Legal Advice for State, Local And Municipal Law — 29 results
Written by attorney Christopher Zachar, 12 months ago.
Phoenix Pedestrian Accident Lawyer, Chris Zachar of Zachar Law Firm answers your personal injury questions. Visit http://www.zacharassociates.com to live chat with our support staff 24/7,... more
Written by attorney F. Powers, over 1 year ago.
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Hi, I'm Bill Powers of Powers/McCartan, and we get calls on a daily basis from people that may have... more
Written by attorney John Phillips, 3 months ago.
Aria Jewett - Lawyer John Phillips Argues for Bullying Victim Before Appellate Court
Written by attorney James Cummings, about 1 year ago.
Hi! James Cummings with the law firm of Cummings Cummings, and I want to talk to you today about speeding in a school zone. It can be found in Chapter 20, Section 141. There are several... more
Written by attorney Sean Cichowski, about 1 year ago.
A person operating a recreational vessel has the same obligation to act as a reasonably safe person, as we all do when driving on the highway.
When a boat operator fails to act as a... more
Written by attorney Aaron Boria, about 1 year ago.
Do I have to talk to poliAs a criminal defense lawyer I am often asked, am I obligated to talk to the police?
NO You do not have to talk to the police ever under any circumstance.... more
Written by attorney Michael McGinley, over 1 year ago.
This is a video of one of my favorite law professors (and former defense attorney), Jim Duane. In it he explains the many pitfalls of a suspect being interviewed by law enforcement. The... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, over 1 year ago.
Do you want to learn about the difference between a retainer and a retainer agreement. Join business and personal law attorney Peter J. Lamont as he explains the difference.
Written by attorney Erick Platten, over 1 year ago.
If something like this has happened to you feel free to contatct the Platten Law Office.
Written by attorney James Hayslett, almost 2 years ago.
A new California Supreme court case may change law enforcements ability to search your cell phones for emails, texts and personal photos WITHOUT a search warrant. This case is significant... more
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