Teen Arrested? How You Can Protect Your Child

Posted on: 5 July 2018

The first goal of a parent is to protect their child. However, children sometimes make bad decisions -- decisions that could land them behind bars. If your child has been charged with a crime, it is a serious matter. It's vital you know what to do to protect your child. Here are some things you should do now.  Take the Matter Seriously You and your child must take the matter seriously.
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Having A Crime Expunged From Your Record: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 3 May 2018

If you have a misdemeanor conviction on your criminal record, then you're probably aware of just how much of an impact even a minor criminal conviction can have on your life. On the other hand, many states offer expungement opportunities for convicted criminals, meaning that you can have your charge sealed from your record. From there, you no longer have to disclose your conviction to potential employers or others because it won't show up on a standard criminal background check.
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Top Legal Needs For Your Small Business

Posted on: 3 April 2018

Start-up companies require a lot of cash to help them become established. When allocating resources to your small business, it can be tempting to overlook the funding of a legal team. This decision could prove to be a costly one for you in the long run. The legal needs of small businesses can vary, but all businesses have basic legal needs that must be addressed by an experienced attorney. Forming a Corporate Structure
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How You Are Randomly Selected for Jury Duty

Posted on: 27 February 2018

The judicial system always says that people are randomly selected for jury duty. Well, that is only partially true. The thing is, if you cast a vote in a ballot box or have a driver's license,  you would be on the judicial radar as someone that could do jury duty. Never getting called for jury duty your entire life is rather unheard of, but not unlikely. Here is more on this particular method of randomly selecting you as a juror to appear.
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