Defending Yourself Against Criminal Charges

Posted on: 7 May 2015
If you have been accused of a crime, your first step is to find a defense attorney who can help you with the case. The attorney can look at the facts of your case and try to conjure a defense strategy that can help you avoid a guilty verdict, or at least reduce the punishment handed down to you. The law requires that all charges against you are proven beyond reasonable doubt.
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Three Harsh Truths About Medical Marijuana Laws That You Should Know Before You Travel

Posted on: 10 April 2015
If you're a medical marijuana patient, traveling to and from work or vacation can present some unusual problems. Even if medical marijuana is legal in your state, you can end up facing drug charges over a traffic stop. Here are 3 harsh truths about medical marijuana you should know before you hit the road. 1.) It isn't legal to drive while on medical marijuana. Depending on the state that you live in, the mere presence of any marijuana in your system is enough to convict you on a driving under the influence (DUI) charge.
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Don't Face A Careless Driving Charge On Your Own: An Attorney Can Help You

Posted on: 6 April 2015
When you get behind the wheel, you are signing an agreement that you will commit to safe driving. Failing to honor this agreement doesn't just put your safety and the safety of other motorists on the road in jeopardy, but you also put your ability to drive at risk. If you are convicted of careless driving, you face harsh and lasting consequences. Familiarizing yourself with these penalties can show just how important having legal representation is.
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How to Deal With a DUI Case in Tennessee

Posted on: 27 March 2015
If you live in Tennessee or drive through it for any reason, you need to be aware of the laws of the road. One of the worst driving penalties that you can receive in the state is a driving under the influence (DUI) infraction. This misdemeanor criminal charge can cost you some serious money and time, and can even land you a jail sentence, with a criminal record. Each state handles DUI cases differently, so you need to be sure that you are able to inform yourself properly of what you might face, so that you can act accordingly.
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