The Benefits Of Expunging Your Criminal Record

Posted on: 23 November 2017

If you have completed your criminal sentence, paid back your restitution and shown that you are staying out of trouble, you may be able to file to have your criminal record expunged. Having a criminal record expunged is an uphill battle. It requires you, or an attorney you hire, to convince a judge that he should expunge the criminal conviction from your record. Because it can be such an uphill battle, you may find yourself wondering if it is something that is truly beneficial.
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Making An Impression: What To Know About Your DUI Court Appearance

Posted on: 13 October 2017

Being arrested for driving under the influence is a serious matter, one that requires the help and expertise of a criminal defense attorney. Once you have that important legal advocate on your side, you are ready for your day in court... or are you? Your behavior and appearance can go a long way toward improving your chances of success that day, so read on to learn more about making a good impression when you go to your DUI court appearance.
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3 Reasons To Hire A DWI Attorney

Posted on: 16 June 2017

Being charged with a DWI is an extremely frightening and serious issue, mostly because of the short-term and long-term penalties that can often be associated with a DWI conviction. The following are three reasons to hire a DWI attorney to help you.. Save Yourself Money In The Long Run One of the biggest reasons to hire a DWI attorney is in order to save yourself quite a lot of money in the long run.
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Some Things You Need To Do After Getting A DUI Charge

Posted on: 18 May 2017

A DUI charge can be serious and life-changing. It is seen as a criminal offense and if you don't take care of it properly it could hurt you and your ability to drive for the rest of your life. Here are some things that you need to do to make sure the DUI doesn't follow you and taint your future. 1. You Need To Talk To An Attorney A DUI might seem cut and dry enough that you think you can go through it on your own.
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