Will A DUI Automatically Result In Deportation?

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Unless you are considered a citizen, being arrested and convicted of driving under the influence could have a serious impact on whether or not you are allowed to remain in the country. Even if you have already obtained a green card, you could face deportation. To help you understand the seriousness of the situation and what you can possibly do to remain in the country, here is what you need to know.

17 October 2016

4 Mistakes To Avoid After A DUI Arrest

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Being arrested for a suspected DUI can be a very stressful and traumatic experience. If you have never been arrested before or had any type of experience with the court system, you may not know what to expect. DUI is a serious charge, and it is important to do whatever you can to lessen its effect on your life. Unfortunately, many people make mistakes after a DUI. Here are some of the most common mistakes to avoid after a DUI.

17 August 2016

Four Possible Reasons Why Breathalyzer Results Can Be Inaccurate

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If you are facing a DWI charge, and breathalyzer test results are the primary piece of evidence against you, there may be a way to successfully contest the accuracy of these test results. A breathalyzer test is not always completely accurate. In fact, there are some widely recognized inaccuracies to this method of testing how much alcohol is in an individual's body. The following are four possible scenarios that could cause a breathalyzer test to yield inaccurate results.

25 July 2016

4 Advantages Of Going To Trial Instead Of Quickly Accepting A Plea Bargain

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Being accused of a crime can certainly be an unsettling event. Sometimes, a crime can carry with it a hefty sentence, which could take you away from your friends, family and normal life for an extended period. In some cases, people who are found guilty of a criminal act are sentenced to life in prison. As a result, it is important that you received guidance from a criminal attorney throughout your legal process.

15 April 2016

Faqs About Illegal Collected Evidence

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A major part of many drug cases is the evidence collected after a search.  How the evidence is collected can become an issue if the rights of the accused are violated in the process. If you are facing a drug charge and believe that the evidence was unfairly collected, here is what you need to know. Are You Protected from Unreasonable Searches? Whether or not you are aware of it, the Constitution only allows police to conduct reasonable searching of you and your property.

24 February 2016

How To Defend Against DUI Charges By Targeting The BAC Tests

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One of the strategies you can use to defend yourself against DUI accusations is to attack the tests used to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC). Police officers commonly administer blood, breath, urine, and saliva tests to determine BAC. Here are some of the tips to use to discredit the validity of these tests: Your BAC Was Below the Limit at the Time of Your Arrest Prove that the alcohol was still being absorbed at the time of the testing, and your BAC was below the legal limit.

15 December 2015

Caught In The Crossfire: Defending Against Accessory Charges

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It's bad enough to hear that a friend is in trouble, but it's even worse to have the police tell you that the trouble was due to your friend doing something illegal -- and now they want to question you because you let your friend stay in your home or gave your friend a ride somewhere. If you have found yourself accused of being an accessory to a crime, you could face a difficult road ahead.

23 November 2015