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When You Are Accused of Driving Drunk

Drunk driving is a very serious problem in our society, but occasionally law enforcement goes overboard as it seeks to round up people who have broken the law by driving while intoxicated. If you believe you have been falsely accused of drunk driving, you can do a lot to protect your freedom. My name is Michelle, and I work as a defense attorney. Here in my blog I am going to give you the reasons why you may be falsely accused of drunk driving and teach you exactly what to do if you find yourself in this very difficult situation.


Important Reasons To Put An Experienced DUI Lawyer On Retainer

26 October 2020
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A charge of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol can have serious ramifications on your future. You risk everything from losing your drivers license and insurance policy to serving time in jail and paying an expensive fine.  To minimize or possibly eliminate any risk from this charge, you need to hire a DUI attorney to represent you. These reasons are some to put an experienced DUI lawyer on retainer after you are arrested. Read More …

What To Do If You Are Wrongly Accused Of A Sex Crime

22 April 2020
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Have you been wrongly accused of a sex crime? If so, you are likely feeling a range of emotions, from confusion and fear to anger. Instead of trying to ignore the charges or hoping that they simply go away, you need to be proactive in order to prove your innocence. The following are some things to know if you have been wrongly accused of such a crime. Don't Talk to Authorities Read More …

Concurrent Vs. Consecutive Sentencing

29 February 2020
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If you are charged and convicted of a DUI, you may face several different sentences. For separate crimes and charges, you could face a sentence that is either concurrent or consecutive. For instance, you could face a reckless driving or child endangerment charge in addition to the DUI charge you were expecting. This means that you could face a concurrent or consecutive sentence, and it is all up to the judge. Read More …