Posted on: 22 December 2020
Property crimes are common, more common than you might think. Property crimes are crimes in which the target is a piece of property or item instead of a person. A variety of crimes fall under this umbrella. These are some examples of property crimes. Shoplifti

Posted on: 17 December 2020
If you fear that your nursing license is on the line, you may need legal help. Nursing license defense is available to help you, but the first challenge comes with recognizing that you may be facing the loss of your license in the first place. As such, these a

Posted on: 2 December 2020
If your rights were violated, you might still be shocked. After all, you believe that your rights are guaranteed, and they can be violated in one instant. As such, one of the best things you can do in the wake of what you feel to be a Constitutional violation

Posted on: 16 October 2020
When the average person thinks about drugs, cocaine, heroin, and other street drugs often come to mind. However, from both a scientific and legal standpoint, many prescription medications also fit the bill of being a drug. For this reason, some people are shoc

Posted on: 29 September 2020
One of the basic arguments for invalidating a will is what a probate lawyer would call undue influence. This occurs when a third party in a position of trust relative to the granter of the estate unduly imposes their judgment on the terms of the will. Let's ta

Posted on: 11 September 2020
When child custody is in contention, emotions can run high. Without a doubt, child custody issues can throw a divorce agreement into a state of chaos in no time at all. Family court judges often depend on a child study to help them make a custody decision. If

Posted on: 29 July 2020
If you've been charged with a crime, hiring a criminal defense attorney is a critical move. Criminal matters can be extremely serious, even if it's a first-time offense. Being honest with your attorney will only help them represent you better and there's plent

Posted on: 29 July 2020
Some of the most common questions attorneys receive regard the legality of property searches. For example, you may have been arrested for a DUI in your vehicle, only to find that an officer searched your home. Is this legal? Can evidence found during a home se