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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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What Are The Circumstances That Determine Liability

If you have been injured from a slip and fall incident while on another person’s property is that property owner responsible? The answer to this question would fall under the premise liability laws of your state. Most of these laws are based on the assumption that a proprietor is obligated to maintain his grounds in Read More

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Anyone Can Benefit From A Trust Fund

When we read or hear about someone setting up a trust fund we often assume that that person has an estate worth a vast sum of money or property. In fact, a trust is merely a legal way to manage the dispersion of funds, and is a practical approach for anyone concerned with protecting their Read More

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There Is More Than One Defense Against A Drug Charge

If you are charged with possession of an illegal drug your lawyer will have a choice of defenses to enter on your behalf. The specific circumstances of your situation will help him determine which one to use. Unlawful search and seizure is one possible defense. In order for it to work, your attorney will have Read More

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Know All The Facts Before You Decide To Take Legal Action

A wrongful death lawsuit may be filed against an individual or an enterprise that is believed to be the cause of an untimely death. In order to be found legally at fault for the death it must be proven that the accused acted deliberately or failed to take reasonable measures to prevent the death from Read More

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Parental Kidnapping May Well Be A Crime

Many couples caught up in divorce also face the issue of child custody. Before a formal court ruling settles the dispute by delegating custody to one parent or the other or by setting guidelines for joint custody, parents may try to take things into their own hands. Before matters get out of hand in your Read More

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A Mortgage Company Must Act In Compliance With State Law

When a borrower falls short of his responsibility to make payments to his mortgage holder the lender has the right to foreclosure. Every state has its own foreclosure laws that vary accordingly. Some states for instance, require that an intention to foreclose be filed with the courts while other states don’t. There are some basics Read More

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Harassment And Stalking Are Criminal Offenses

You may not realize that having a heated argument with another person could possibly result in you being arrested for harassment.  Colorado law states that directing what may be construed as offensive language toward someone in a public place could be considered harassment.  Even though a charge of harassment is a misdemeanor, it could mean Read More

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The Opening Statement Sets The Tone 2

The opening statements in a court of law are the jury’s introduction to the case before them. This is not the time to present arguments, but only to lay the framework for what is to come during the trial. The prosecuting attorney will tell the jury about the evidence that he intends to produce and Read More

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The Rule Of Double Jeopardy Was Effected For Our Protection

A defendant who has been acquitted in a court of law cannot be tried again for the same offense. That is the rule of double jeopardy and is constitutionally provided for the protection of the citizens of our society. The original intention was to safeguard the people from being harassed by an unchecked and over Read More

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