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Denied an Interview Because of Past Mistakes? The Law Can Protect Your Rights
Criminal Defense Lawyer in Schaumburg and Throughout the Chicago Area
The Danger of Medical Marijuana on Illinois Roads
Illinois joined the growing group of states to allow the use of medical marijuana.
Tips for Staying Safe on California Roads During the Holiday Season
This is the time of year when California's highways become full to capacity with parents, children, cousins, grandparents, and friends traveling through the state to be together for the holidays.
Right to an Additional Test When Arrested for DWI
If you have been arrested on suspicion of DWI in Minnesota and have submitted to a blood, breath or urine test at the request of law enforcement, then you have a statutory right to obtain an additional, independent test.
Missouri DWI Administrative Hearings- The Fight for Your Driver’s License
If you have been charged with a DWI in Missouri, you need to act quickly if you want to protect your driving privilege. In order to avoid an suspension, you or your attorney must file a request for an administrative hearing before your 15 day permit expires.
Informing Jurors of the Consequences of a Guilty Verdict
If jurors are being asked to decide an individual’s guilt, why not also allow them to factor the punishment a defendant would face into that equation?
Pensylvania DUI Arrest
DUI arrest effects
Arizona’s Tough Ignition Interlock Device Law
Since September 2007, Arizona law requires that a Mandatory Ignition Interlock Device (IID) be installed on the cars of all those convicted of driving under the influence (DUI), including first offenders.
Can I Expunge a DUI Conviction in Arizona?
There are a variety of criminal convictions that can be sealed or expunged from an individual’s criminal record in Arizona. However, when it comes to driving under the influence (DUI) charges, there is no way to expunge the prior DUI conviction.
Entrapment as a Defense to a Criminal Charge in Minnesota
In Minnesota, and the majority of states, entrapment exists where it appears that law enforcement lured the accused into committing an offense which he otherwise would not have committed and had no intention of committing.
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