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The dark scanner; and your rights

The expansion of facial recognition technology is moving faster than the law can keep up with.

Understanding the miranda warning and your rights as a criminal suspect

Before the police question a suspect under custody, they are required to give what is known as a “Miranda Warning.” You are probably familiar with this warning already. It is the familiar admonition that you have the right to remain silent and the right to have an attorney. If you ever find yourself in custody, it is critical that you understand and invoke these rights to protect yourself.

Differences between civil lawyers and criminal lawyers

The government prohibits crimes, which are considered to be public wrongs. In case of federal or state crime, a criminal lawyer comes in to handle cases for defendants accused of committing the act. Civil lawyers play a different role. In the United States, the judiciary has two primary branches. One is the criminal justice system, and the other is the civil justice system.

Differences between civil lawyers and criminal lawyers

The government prohibits crimes, which are considered to be public wrongs. In case of federal or state crime, a criminal lawyer comes in to handle cases for defendants accused of committing the act. Civil lawyers play a different role. In the United States, the judiciary has two primary branches. One is the criminal justice system, and the other is the civil justice system.

Victim rights in wisconsin

In 2020, Marsy's Law was ratified into the Wisconsin constitution. Marsy's law guarantees victims of crime equal right to those accused of crimes. But what does that really mean?

California supreme court ends unaffordable cash bail

In In re Humphrey, for the first time the California Supreme Court held that the uniform application of bail to the rich and poor alike violates the due process and equal protection clauses of the constitution.

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Criminal defense attorney Michael Bouldin discusses various firearm and gun violations in Kentucky.

Six signs you hired a bad lawyer (for you)

If you are thinking you don't like your representation, consider if that is because you chose a bad lawyer for you needs or personality.

Understanding dwi related license suspensions in texas

This article outlines the different types of suspensions associated with a DWI arrest.

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