Mental Health Issues And Witness Credibility: Learn More About Why It's Important And What You Can Do

Posted on: 22 November 2016

If a prosecution witness is suffering from any serious mental illness that could make his or her testimony unreliable, should the defense be told in advance? Absolutely. Prosecutors are supposed to disclose anything that could cast doubt on a criminal defendant's guilt. Learn more about how the mental health of a witness could be an issue in your case, why the prosecution has a duty to disclose anything it knows, and what you can do to help yourself.
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Quick Bail Bonds: A Guide For New Customers

Posted on: 11 October 2016

There is nothing that can disrupt your life much more than getting put in jail. In most cases, you will be locked up suddenly, with no warning, and you are left dealing with loose ends, missed time from work, and a lot of worry.In these situations, when you don't have the money to pay your own bail to get out of jail, quick bail bonds can be a good option. If you don't have a lot of experience with the legal system or bail bonds in general, you will definitely want to know more.
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Divorce Law: 3 Types Of Evidence You Can Find On A Cell Phone To Prove Infidelity

Posted on: 11 October 2016

Getting a divorce is so easy and acceptable nowadays that 40% to 50% of all marriages typically end in divorce. A common reason for divorce that hasn't changed through time is infidelity. While many states allow for no-fault divorces, being able to prove fault may help your case when it comes to requesting alimony, support, or even better custody terms and conditions. Your divorce attorney will advise you as to whether proving infidelity in court may be beneficial for your case.
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Injured? How To Find Out If You Have A Case

Posted on: 22 September 2016

Injuring yourself at a place of business can be stressful on many levels – you are in pain, you may miss work, there are now medical bills to deal with, and the event may also have been embarrassing. For all of these reasons you may be considering a personal injury lawsuit against the business, especially if their insurance is failing to compensate you fairly. Before calling a lawyer, read through the following points to see if you have a case.
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