Legal Advice for Criminal Rights — 115 results
Written by attorney Alexander Montgomery, over 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 Colin Murphy, about 2 years 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 William Summers, over 4 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
Written by attorney Vitaliy Kertchen, 29 days ago.
This guide explains eligibility requirements for restoring firearm rights in Washington state. Governing law Two different laws, state and federal, govern firearm rights. The governing law... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Rolnick, 8 months ago.
The first step toward reaping all of the benefits of having an attorney on your side is to begin your search for the right lawyer to fight for you. This lawyer should play a critical role... more
Written by attorney Cy M. Abdo, over 4 years ago.
4th AMENDMENT: YOUR RIGHT TO BE FREE FROM UNREASONABLE SEARCH AND SEIZURE The 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution provides:
The right of the people to be secure in their... more
Written by attorney Douglas Funkhouser, over 4 years ago.
Over the last fifteen years of practicing law, I have discussed criminal cases with potential clients countless times. Below are the questions I think you should ask your potential... more
Written by attorney Thomas Blauvelt, over 1 year 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, about 2 years 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 James Huber, over 3 years ago.
Sobriety Checkpoint Rights
What are Sobriety Checkpoints?
A sobriety checkpoint is a public place at which law enforcement officers maintain a roadblock to detain motorists in order... more
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