Legal Advice for Criminal Rights — 782 results
Written by attorney Andrew M. Morgan, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
The Right to Confront is not Bulletproof The United States Constitution gives you the right to confront your accusers in any criminal trial. In most other hearings, you don't directly... more
Written by attorney Ethan Meaney, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
If you are convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) by a trial court, you still have a right to appeal the court's finding to an appeal (sometimes called appellate) court. This appeal... more
Written by attorney John M. Kaman, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
CA Probation: Formal or Informal? To understand how probation works in CA you must understand the difference between formal and informal probation (court probation). Formal probation... more
Written by attorney Grant Scheiner, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Remain calm, be polite. Police won't usually break down the door of your home unless they believe you have a weapon or they think you might be hiding and refusing to answer the door. If a... more
Written by attorney Paul J. Stablein, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Filing the Claim of Appeal Within 42 days of a felony conviction, the defendant must file what's called a Claim of Appeal with the Michigan Court of Appeals to preserve the right to appeal... more
Written by attorney Andrew M. Morgan, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
A quick look at self-defense in Wisconsin, as well as the associated rights of defense of others and defense of property.
Written by attorney Thomas S. Hudson, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Many of the legal consequences of a DUI conviction are well known: Jail, fines, suspension and the revocation of driving privileges. But DUI is an iceberg, and its vast bulk lies hidden... more
Written by attorney F. Powers, about 1 year ago.
Debt collection in North Carolina (and throughout the United States), given the extended period of financial hardship during the "Great Recession," has become increasingly confrontational.... more
Written by attorney Martin Lijtmaer, about 1 year ago.
Everybody has heard the following dozens and dozens of times on TV and in movies:
You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.... more
Written by attorney James Nesci, 12 months ago.
The short answer is No. The triggering event for Miranda Rights is whether you are in custody or not. If you are not in custody, the police can ask you whatever they want to ask, and... more
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