Your DUI Case May Be Easier To Win Than You Think

Posted on: 16 March 2015

People often think of DUI cases and open and shut cases simply because of the evidence which is collected through field sobriety and blood alcohol tests. However, the truth is, defending yourself against charge of driving under the influence may be much easier than you think. This is because a qualified criminal defense attorney may be able to have all or some of the evidence against you thrown out if both the arresting officer and prosecution have not followed all of the proper procedures for the collection of this evidence.
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The Discovery Rule: An Exception to the Statue of Limitations

Posted on: 27 February 2015

That statute of limitations is the number of years you have to file a claim after an injury as occurred. And in most cases, if you don't file a lawsuit against the negligent party within that time frame, you have lost your chance to receive compensation for your pain, suffer, medical bills, and lost wages. However, there are exceptions to the law, and the "discovery rule" is an exception to the statute of limitations in personal injury cases.
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How to Cope with Your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Creditor Meeting

Posted on: 20 February 2015

The absolute hardest part of filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy was your decision to file your case with the courts. Once your case has been filed, you no longer have anything to be stressed about. Moving forward you will simply need to attend your creditor's meeting and make your regular payments to the trustee. And, neither of these things should give you cause for worry. Just the term "creditor meeting" might make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end.
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Injured Contractor: Can You Be Held Liable?

Posted on: 11 February 2015

There are a lot of things a homeowner needs to think about as he or she hires a contractor to complete a construction project. One thing a lot of homeowners do not think about is what would happen if the contractor were to get injured. Would the homeowner be held liable? In a large number of cases, the answer is yes. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce your risk of liability.
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