Legal Articles, Criminal

Don't Speak

Why you shouldn't speak to the police if you are pulled over for a DUI.

What are the different types of law?

What are the different types of law?

What To Do When You Are Wrongfully Charged With a Crime

What To Do When You Are Wrongfully Charged With a Crime

What To Do If You Are Pulled Over by The Police

Each day police pull over thousands of drivers. Many drivers falsely believe that if they cooperate with the police, they will not get in trouble. This short article discusses what you should do if you are pulled over.

WHAT TO DO IF THE FEDS CONTACT YOU!

A PRIMER ON WHAT TO DO IF FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENTS CONTACT YOU!

POLICE AT YOUR HOME-WHAT TO DO!

AN OUTLINE OF WHAT TO DO IF THE POLICE ARE AT YOUR HOME UNINVITED!

So You Didn't Do It-Now What?1

Detailed guide of what to expect if charged with a crime!

Charged with a Crime on a Military Base? Find Out Why Where it Happened Matters

Service-members and their families travel on and off base all the time — to go shopping, visit friends and family, or go to local bars and restaurants. Sometimes those visits can result in criminal charges.

How Domestic Violence Could Affect Your Criminal Sentence

When an argument with a spouse, former partner, or someone you were in an intimate relationship with gets out of hand, the situation can quickly go from bad to worse.

Second Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct in Michigan: What You Need to Know

Second degree criminal sexual conduct in Michigan is a very serious charge or offense. CSC 2nd Degree carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.

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