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Is Fetal Weight a Predictor of Birth Injury?
Studies have shown that in the United States 7 out of 1,000 children born suffer from some form of birth injury.
What Happens to a Mortgage in a Connecticut Divorce?
A home, like other marital property, must be divided upon divorce along with the associated mortgage.
Maximum Misdemeanor Sentences
The maximum sentence for a misdemeanor is 90 days in jail and a $1,000 fine.
Reasonable Suspicion for Traffic Stops
The police need reasonable suspicion of criminal activity before they can stop a motor vehicle.
Minnesota DWI Penalties
Minnesota DWI penalties are largely controlled by statute. The amount of jail time you could be facing depends on the type of DWI charge, as well as any prior DWI convictions.
Minnesota Wrongful Death
Wrongful death lawsuits are complicated. However, the right lawyer can help recover compensation for the wrongful death of a loved one.
How to Pass Safely and Avoid a Car Accident
The most important duty of a motorist is to ensure safety on the road and this can be accomplished by driving carefully and prudently.
Self Defense in Minnesota
Self-defense in Minnesota can be available if a person is charged with a number of different crimes, including assault, domestic assault, homicide, and even disorderly conduct.
California Physician Sunshine Act
Northern California Medical Malpractice Law Firm
Domestic Violence
Victoms of domestic violence need to recognize the warnings signs and not remain silent.
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