DUI Cases: 3 Personal Ailments That May Impact A Standardized Field Sobriety Test

Posted on: 9 June 2016
If a police officer pulls you over and suspects that you have been driving impaired, they may request to conduct a process known as a Standardized Field Sobriety Test. These are tests that can showcase if you have the mental and physical capabilities of someone who is sober. While these tests may work in general, failing them may not only occur just because you are drunk. Instead of being used as evidence against you in a drunk driving case, an attorney can prove that personal conditions lead to the failed test.
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Duty Bound: The Duties Of The Executor

Posted on: 23 May 2016
Being appointed executor (also known as personal representative in some states) is both a high honor and a heavy responsibility. Only the most trusted of family members or friends are appointed to this duty, and the duties consist mainly of carrying out the wishes of the deceased and ensuring that the will is probated. You must be prepared to act on the behalf of the deceased, and you must do so in a discreet and fair manner.
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Things To Consider When Filing ERISA Disability Claims

Posted on: 16 May 2016
If you're injured and need to go on disability, it's important to do so in the right way. Making certain mistakes can make it less likely your claim will be approved. There are a number of factors to take into consideration when making ERISA disability claims. When To Leave Your Job Don't resign or quit your job just because your employer suggests it. This isn't a good idea, and should only be done once your doctor says it isn't possible for you to work.
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Thinking About Pulling A Prank On Someone? Consider This First

Posted on: 9 May 2016
Every so often, a prank goes too far—and that can lead to big trouble for the prankster. What most people don't realize is that there are often serious legal repercussions for pranks that cross the line. If you're remotely tempted to try to prank someone, this is what you should consider first.  It isn't harmless fun. Pranks can cost a lot of money, deplete government resources, and terrify victims. For example, one form of prank that's trending is called "
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