When charged with driving under the influence (DUI), one of the first things that most people want to know is the strength of the case against them. Even before talking to a DUI lawyer, the following signs should tell you that you have a good chance of fighting your charges: You Have Good Witnesses Witnesses are always important to any criminal case, including DUIs. In the case of a DUI charge, you will want a witness who can testify that you hadn't been drinking (or had only taken a sip) in the hours leading up to your arrest.
26 September 2016
Being charged with DUI can be life-altering and in some ways, a good thing. If you have been sentenced to time in a rehab center, taking advantage of it can help you stop drinking for good. Making the choice to stop drinking can be tough, especially if you have never been in any kind of trouble because of it. However, if you have been charged with DUI, you might consider the possible consequences if you had killed someone in an accident because you were intoxicated.
23 September 2016
If you are involved in a personal injury case, don't understate the value of psychological injuries as part of your claim. Being injured can bring up some difficult and significant emotions or psychological illnesses. Anxiety Anxiety is something that may affect you after a severe injury. You may find yourself reflecting back on the day of your injury with fear, or you may have an inexplicable sense of fear going forward.
5 July 2016
Many crime shows on television are packaged up as smooth true-life stories, but while it's presented nice, it's far from the reality of real criminal cases. If you've been charged with a crime, you may rely on your viewing of crime shows to gain knowledge on the process. Unfortunately, this may lead to many false pretenses and misconceptions about your case process. As you seek out a criminal defense lawyer, you should understand five different misconceptions about the process and ways it is projected on TV.
24 February 2016