Legal Articles, Motor Vehicle

Bethel Mayor's Court

Important information regarding Bethel Mayor's Court in southwest, Ohio.

Learning the Law: The Alabama Lemon Law

A summary of the legal options available to consumers under the Alabama Lemon Law.

Failure To Yield Accidents All Too Common

The rules of the road are clear and each driver is required to pass a written test before receiving a driver's license, but most drivers passed this test many years ago and simply forget who has the right of way in many situations.

Speeding Tickets in Georgia

Overview of speeding tickets in Georgia

Discovery & Admissibility of Facebook & Other Social Media Data

As individuals are posting more and more of their personal day-to-day thoughts, whereabouts, and photographs on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, it should come as no surprise that lawyers are turning to the internet to mine this data to assist them in preparation for litigation

Distracted Driving in West Virginia - Texting While Driving Outlawed

Discusses West Virginia's implementation of a new distracted driving law, which makes texting while driving illegal in the state and enforceable as a primary offense.

A Car Came Out Of Nowhere

A legal article addressing the contention of a driver that the other car in an accident "came out of nowhere."

The DUI Process

The DUI lawyer can compose plea bargains or appeals to reduce sentencing for those facing lifestyle altering penalties – which is what DUIs are made of. These lifestyle changes include being unable to drive independently, hikes in car insurance, fees, misdemeanor records and more negative impacts.

Open Container Laws In California

When someone reads the term “open container”, they’re probably picturing a beer with the lid off. This limits the definition and elements of the law. An open container is essentially a container that has a broken seal, it’s been opened, or part of the beverage was consumed.

Driving on a Suspended License

Driving on a Suspended License under California Vehicle Code Section 14601, is a criminal offense in certain instances, depending on the reason for the suspension of the license. Driving on a Suspended License is when someone knowingly drives on license that has been – suspended.

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