Protect Your Interests By Engaging In Your Defense - Questions To Ask Your DUI Attorney

18 May 2017
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Very few mistakes are serious enough to derail the course of your life, but without taking the proper precautions, a charge of driving under the influence may have that potential. However, if you have open and honest communication with your attorney, you may be able to avoid that derailment and guarantee that you can progress down the right track. Forming that communication bond requires you to get answers that can help guide you through the legal process. Read More 

Understanding The Basics Of Breathalyzer Refusal

3 April 2017
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One of the things that many drivers mistakenly believe is that if they refuse a breathalyzer during a DUI traffic stop, they are less likely to be convicted. Whether you've recently been stopped and refused the test or you just want to be sure you understand the basics in case it ever happens, this article will help. Here's a look at what you need to know about breathalyzer refusal and what it could mean for your case. Read More 

Denied Care In An Emergency Room And Suffered As A Result? What You Should Know

14 March 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Most people assume that when they go to a hospital emergency room, they will be provided the medical care and treatment they need for their illness or injury. However, there are many cases in which a person is denied medical treatment in an emergency room. If this has happened to you recently and you feel that you were wrongfully denied treatment, you might be wondering what your options are in dealing with the situation. Read More 

Charged With Driving Under The Influence? Two Reasons Why You Should Get An Attorney

1 March 2017
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Receiving a citation for driving under the influence (DUI) can be a very frightening experience. Although you may have received tickets for other moving violations in the past, none of the charges may have carried penalties that are quite as stiff as those attached to driving under the influence.  While you may have either paid for the tickets or went to court to fight them on your own, it's now time to take it a step further and hire an attorney. Read More