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A Grand Jury Investigation Is Conducted To Interpret The Evidence

Grand juries differ from trial juries. The members of a trial jury are charged with the task of deciding the guilt or innocence of a defendant who has been accused of committing a crime. A grand jury’s job is to determine if there is enough evidence to prove that a crime has indeed been committed Read More

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An Estate Lawyer Will Know What Kind Of Will Is Right For You

Yes, there are different types of wills for different types of estates. A simple will for instance, is perfectly fine for people who want to leave a straightforward bequest as to how their possessions should be distributed. Even though it is basic, a simple will must comply with state law. If you have a living Read More

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A Binding Contract Is More Than Just A Promise

A contract is an agreement between two existing parties. What makes it “binding” is the condition that the provisions of that contract can be enforced under the law. Every jurisdiction operates in compliance with the specific contract laws of their state. If a contract is valid according to the law, penalties can be enforced if Read More

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Look For A Lawyer That Is Experienced In Every Phase Of The Bankruptcy Process

According to bankruptcy law once you file with the court, your creditors are immediately prohibited from harassing you. This is called an “automatic stay,”and it means an end to the constant phone calls, bills in the mail and threats to your possessions or livelihood. That may sound great, but there are some exceptions to every Read More

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Plan Well To See That Your Will Is Carried Out As You Wished

Probate is the legal term for the way an estate is administered through the justice system. When a person dies their estate – their personal possessions and properties – is left behind. A probate court is set up to organize and disburse those properties according to the terms specified in the will. The first step Read More

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A Defendant Has Constitutional Rights And Legal Options

Once you have been formally accused of a crime you become the defendant. This doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to offer up a defense. You also have the option to “remain silent” and make the prosecution prove that you are guilty. If you think your chances of being convicted are pretty good, you can Read More

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Harassment Must Meet Certain Criteria In Order To Be Considered Illegal

If you are having a hard time at work because of an arrogant or overbearing boss, you may have to find a way to cope with it or try to find a different job. Criminal harassment is specifically defined under the Fair Employment Law. It has to be determined that an employer is discriminating against Read More

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Criminal Law Is Defined By Degree

A criminal lawyer deals with “crimes against the people.” These kinds of crimes are prosecuted by the state or federal courts whereas a tort, or civil wrong may or may not be taken to court. Whether or not to pursue a civil case is up to the injured party involved. Even though the two types Read More

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There Are Certain Protocols That Apply To A Jury Trial

The evidence and arguments of a criminal case can be presented before a judge, or a jury. Most jurisdictions leave the choice up to the defense, but in some the prosecution is allowed to call for a jury trial as well. The U.S. Constitution states that every defendant is entitled to have a jury trial, Read More

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A Criminal Case May Be Decided Before It Goes To Trial

When police answer a call claiming that a crime has been committed, further investigation may render no cause for an arrest and the entire incident may just have been a misunderstanding, but if an arrest is made the matter becomes a criminal case. There are several ways that the case can be concluded stretching from Read More

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