The Basic Steps Of A DUI Defense

Posted on: 10 February 2021
Defending yourself against DUI allegations can feel like a massive task. Judges generally place a lot of weight on reports, evidence, and testimony from police officers. If you're going to mount a defense, it's important to get the basic steps right. Here's what you need to know about the process of presenting a DUI defense. Write Contemporaneous Notes ASAP Your memory of events is likely to fade faster than you'd expect.
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How To Get Help In A Car Accident Case

Posted on: 14 January 2021
Recovering from a car accident takes time and will likely also require several rounds of physical therapy. You'll also need to get legal assistance if you want the case to push forward with the help that you need. Here is what you need to know about dealing with vehicle wrecks and the legal fallout that it brings. Get help and get the accident on the record Before anything else, you have to make sure that you get an official record of the car accident.
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Steps To Take To Increase Your Compensation In An Accident Case

Posted on: 11 November 2020
If you were injured in an accident and you choose to pursue a personal injury lawsuit, there are steps you and your accident attorney can take to maximizing the compensation you receive for the case. 1. Get Medical Treatment When you are injured, one of the most important things you can do is get medical treatment. If you want to prove that you suffered an injury, you will need to be able to show formal proof of the extent of your injuries and all the treatments you underwent because of your injuries.
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Settle Down: How to Cope With Divorce Settlement Agreements

Posted on: 11 November 2020
A large part of divorce is agreeing on issues so that things can become final. Before that happens, divorce settlement agreement meetings may be needed so that the couple can address contentious issues outside of court. To find out more about these meetings and how to cope with them, read on. What Is a Settlement Meeting? Some people get confused about settlement meetings and divorce mediation. Mediation may be voluntary or it might be court-ordered and it is presided over by a neutral third-party mediator.
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