Will Your DWI Charge Be Considered A Felony Or Misdemeanor?

When you get pulled over while you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol, it is highly likely that you will get a free ride in a police car to the local jail. Police officers have the duty of acting when they detect impairment in drivers, and the person driving will then face a DUI or DWI. If this is where you stand right now, you might want to know how the court will charge this crime. [Read More]

Did You Photograph And Video An Intimate Encounter With A Minor You Thought Was Of Legal Age? Get A Lawyer Fast

If you were in an intimate relationship with someone that lied to you about their age, and you took pictures and videos of your sexual encounters, you need an attorney. Unfortunately it can be difficult to tell how old someone is, and if you were sexually intimate with someone who wasn't 18 years old, and they looked much older and lied to you, you will need legal protection. Here are some of the reasons you need protection. [Read More]

Do You Have What It Takes To Present Your Own Personal Injury Case?

Should you hire a lawyer or try to deal with the case on your own? This age-old question has riddled many a personal injury victim in their time of need. With personal injury law, it is often difficult to determine just how much help you need in order to plead your case. While there are an infinite amount of factors that can determine the answer to this question, there are a few things that you should really consider when deciding whether or not to hire a lawyer. [Read More]

Fighting Back Against a Falsely Filed Order of Protection

When a person chooses to file an order of protection, they typically do so with good reason. Perhaps they seek protection against physical or psychological abuse. They may also want to protect themselves against someone who is stalking them or otherwise posing a threat. However, there are times when a person is acting maliciously. In those instances, a person will file for an order of protection based on falsifications against you. [Read More]