What You Should Know About Probation Violations After Being Placed On Probation
24 April 2019
One of the punishments you might face after being convicted of a crime is being placed on probation. If the court gives you this punishment, you will meet with a probation officer, and he or she will explain probation to you and give you a list of conditions and rules you must follow. Breaking any of these rules can result in a probation violation. Here are several things to understand about probation violations.
3 Details To Consider When Purchasing Commercial Real Estate
17 March 2019
If you're interested in expanding your space for your business or investing in a new business site, you may choose to purchase commercial real estate. Before you start submitting offers for potential properties, here's a few details to examine to make sure the property fits your needs.
1. Your Surrounding Neighbors
Ideally, the property's surrounding neighbors should complement what your business offers or at least blend in with your product or service.
Three Things To Know If You're Arrested
7 February 2019
Getting arrested can be a terrifying experience, regardless of innocence or guilt. Understanding the process beforehand can help you protect your rights and act as your own advocate. Here are some things you should know if you are ever arrested.
Your Miranda Rights Are Ongoing
You've likely heard the Miranda warning while watching television, but perhaps you haven't spent a lot of time thinking about what it means for you. If you are arrested, you have the right to an attorney.
When Appearances Do Matter: Dressing For Your DUI Court Appearances
28 December 2018
For those charged with driving under the influence (DUI), your attire may be the last thing on your mind. Once you have your court date, however, you must be prepared, and being presentable may be more important than you think. Appearances do matter, so read on to learn how to create a favorable impression when your day in court comes around.
Consult With Your Attorney
When preparing for your day in court, the ultimate form of support should come from your attorney.