Legal Advice for Criminal Rights — 108 results
Written by attorney Mark Deniz, about 1 year ago.
When I was a prosecutor I was asked by several people who would I choose as an attorney. Sometimes the ones that are marketing out there were not the ones giving me fits in court.
I have... more
Written by attorney Salman Borhani, almost 5 years ago.
Right to an Attorney Defendants have the right to an attorney throughout legal proceedings. The court will appoint an attorney for the defendant at no charge if she can't afford to hire... more
Written by attorney Todd Mosser, 9 months ago.
After a criminal case results in a conviction, often there is a breakdown in communication between the client and the lawyer. Lost in that process is the client's wish to pursue an appeal.... more
Written by attorney Colin Murphy, over 1 year ago.
Each year, the prohibitionists from the Iowa DNR announce their intention to crack down on drinking and boating on Iowa waterways with increased checkpoints (of questionable legality) and... more
Written by attorney Michael Helfand, about 5 years ago.
Your rights Even if you've done nothing wrong, it's in your best interest to remain silent. It's true that anything you say can be used against you. Don't be tempted to give explanations... more
Written by attorney Christopher Daniel, over 1 year ago.
No. However, if they start questioning you after an arrest but havent read you your rights, they cant use anything you say as direct evidence against you at trial. What are these rights?... more
Written by attorney Alexander Montgomery, almost 2 years ago.
Criminal background checks for employment purposes are commonplace. But recent literature from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency charged with enforcing... more
Written by attorney Thomas Blauvelt, 8 months ago.
A NJ appeals court recently dismissed a DWI charge for the State's failure to provide discovery to the defendant's attorney for 531 days. The court reasoned that the defendant's speedy... more
Written by attorney Douglas Riddell, over 1 year ago.
If you or someone you know has been charged with an OVI in Ohio, there are a few important facts you should know about the legal process and your rights in Ohio.
Written by attorney William Summers, over 3 years ago.
Evaluating the Need for Expert Testimony in a Criminal Case and Finding the Right Expert
* William L. Summers
One of the most challenging and rewarding aspects to trial preparation is... more
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