Introduction To Criminal Defense: Driving Under The Influence

How to Beat a Criminal Charge

Have you been arrested or do you feel like constant police harassment will lead to trouble with the police in the future? You still have your rights. Here's what you need to do to protect them and avoid criminal charges. Never Run or Fight Never run from or fight the police. This should be obvious, but how many videos are there of people doing just that? It doesn't matter if you're right or wrong.   Read More...

Factors That Determines The Seriousness Of Statutory Rape Charges

Statutory rape is a criminal charge in which you are accused of involving in sexual relations with a minor. The crime can range from a misdemeanor to a high-level felony. Here are the factors that determine how serious your statutory rape charges are: Age of the Victim In most states, crimes against children are considered more heinous than crimes against adults. Therefore, the younger the victim is the more serious will be the charges against you.   Read More...

Wrongfully Charged With Having Sexual Relations With A Minor

Are you being accused of sex crimes with a minor? Were you unaware of the other party's age during the times in which you were sexually involved with him or her? If you are afraid that you will have to spend a long time in jail for a crime that isn't your fault, hiring a lawyer is very important. The lawyer will be able to help you prove that you had no idea that the other party was underage during the relationship.   Read More...

Understand Your Rights With Warrantless Searches

If you were to use television shows like "Cops" and "Live PD" as a learning tool for the law, you may end up somewhat confused. These shows make it appear that you may not have any rights to keep law enforcement from searching your vehicle, but that is really not the case. Law enforcement has to abide by the laws, or their findings during an unlawful search and seizure could be invalidated.   Read More...

Getting Legal Help After Causing An Accident While Intoxicated

Driving while intoxicated (DWI) is one of the worst decisions that you can make, as it often leads to automobile accidents. If you recently caused an accident and was under the influence of alcohol, you are likely facing numerous penalties. Depending on the number of DWI offenses on your record and state laws, you can end up in jail for a long time. A DWI attorney can assist with helping you get the most minimal penalty to make the situation easier to get through.   Read More...