Legal Advice for Criminal Rights — 115 results
Written by attorney Kimberly Frye, over 3 years ago.
Many people wonder how they should go about choosing an attorney to represent them in their case. The internet does a great job of giving a person looking for an attorney lots of options.... more
Written by attorney Richard Levitt, 6 months ago.
Finding the right criminal defense lawyer can mean the difference between the best outcome and the worst – or something in between. And this is true not only for the most complex cases but... more
Written by attorney Daniel Hochheiser, over 3 years ago.
Anyone who is unfortunate enough to fall under investigation or arrest for a state or federal offenseby law enforcement must learn their legal rights, or else. Fortunately, in the United... more
Written by attorney Ashley D. Adams, over 2 years ago.
Americans across the country will be heading to the polls next week. However, many individuals with a criminal record may have to stay home.
State laws largely govern the voting rights of... more
Written by attorney William C. Head, almost 2 years ago.
This guide discusses the right to a speedy trial in a criminal prosecution.
Written by attorney Gregory Casale, almost 4 years ago.
If you are charged with a crime, you want to trust that your lawyer will get the best disposition possible. How do you find that attorney? What should you look for? They say that the best... more
Written by attorney Nicolaie Cocis, over 2 years ago.
Both the U.S. and the California Constitutions confer on defendants in criminal cases the right to a speedy and public trial. [US Constitution, amend VI; Cal Const, art I, 15; see also... more
Written by attorney Marc Snyder, about 4 years ago.
Discover two keys to hiring the right attorney to defend you against criminal charges. Learn what is most important to find out, what you should know, and what to look for when deciding who... more
Written by attorney Michael Fate, almost 5 years ago.
One of the more interesting legal issues that arose in connection with the efforts to impeach President Clinton had to do with Linda Tripp's secret recording of her telephone conversations... more
Written by attorney Michael Kraut, 10 months ago.
When a law enforcement officer stops a vehicle, the driver of that vehicle may be inclined to follow each instruction and comply with every request made by the officer. However, many people... more
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