3 Benefits Of Jury Trials

Posted on: 13 October 2015
If you are facing criminal charges and have the option to have a judge hear and settle the case or a jury, your criminal defense lawyer might recommend choosing a jury trial. There are several key benefits offered through jury trials, which is why you may want to choose a jury trial over one settled by a judge alone. Jurors work on emotions If your case is presented in front of a judge, he or she will base the decision on the law alone.
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Debunking Myths Involving Whether Or Not Motorcycle Helmets Are Safe

Posted on: 28 September 2015
According to the U.S Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motorcycle drivers are at a huge disadvantage on the road because they are 35 times more likely to endure a fatal accident on the road than someone who is driving a vehicle. Statistics also show that head injuries are the most common cause of motorcycle crash fatalities as motorcyclists without a helmet are 40 percent more likely to pass away from a head injury and 15 percent more likely to suffer from a head injury that is not fatal.
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3 Things To Do When Appointing A Guardian For Your Children

Posted on: 8 September 2015
As a parent, it can be uncomfortable and saddening to imagine both you and your spouse dying before your children become adults. But if you want to ensure that your kids' best interests are protected and your personal wishes are taken into account, it is important to think about guardianship. Naming a guardian to care for your children in the absence of parents is a serious decision that requires a lot of thought.
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Do You Get Your Money Back After Bailing Someone Out Of Jail?

Posted on: 18 August 2015
If you put your credit on the line to get a quick bail bond for a loved one, then you probably want to know when you are getting your money back. A bail bond is an insurance policy that guarantees that a defendant makes court appearances until the case is completed. Here are three things that will determine whether you receive your money. Cash Bond A cash bond is when you pay the full amount of the bond in cash.
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