Strategies That Can Help You And Your Speeding Ticket Attorney In Court

Posted on: 30 December 2019

It might seem that there's no way for you to beat a speeding ticket. The officer had your speed verified on the tracking device and issued a citation. Still, it can be worth hiring a speeding ticket attorney if having this offense on your driving record would cause trouble or if the fine is particularly steep. The lawyers use certain strategies to help clients get the citation dismissed by a judge or reduced to a lower offense by the prosecuting attorney.
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When Your Boss Wants You To Stack Products Higher Than They Should Go, And You Are Hurt

Posted on: 1 December 2019

'Tis the season to work retail. Stores hire seasonal help at higher wages to get the right amount of people in to work the maddening holiday sales. However, a very big problem that occurs this time of year is the overstock of goods. Stores are required to stack products far above consumers' heads with the intent of showing that there is plenty of everything and to keep rotating products down to the shelves on the floor.
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What Can You Expect To Pay For Your DUI Charge?

Posted on: 30 October 2019

If you get behind the wheel of a car when you are under the influence, there are a few things you should consider first. While you run the risk of legal trouble or even jail time, you also stand to owe a lot of money for your mistake. Your attorney's fees are just one piece of the pie. You can end up spending thousands of dollars for driving while under the influence.
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How Your Real Estate Attorney Handles A Closing

Posted on: 8 October 2019

A real estate transaction includes a number of steps that must be followed in order to properly transfer a property from one owner to another. A real estate attorney can represent the buyer or the seller, but not both. A closing attorney makes sure that every element of the purchase and sale of the property is satisfied. They draw up the closing documents, make sure there are no liens on the property being sold, and get both parties together to sign documents and complete the sale.
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