What to consider when hiring an attorney to help with your traffic tickets.
Things were going so well. Yeah, you got in some trouble with the law a few months back, but you had been doing a great job! Now, almost by accident, you've violated your probation.
You were out tonight, either at a party or with some friends at the local bar. You had a few drinks, maybe 3 or 4, maybe 7 or 8. But, you felt alright to drive and....
You've been charged with Possession, and I'm not talking about the demonic kind. So now, what do you do? Well, the kind of charge you are dealing with is going to depend a great deal on the drug you've been charged with.
As a person who works in Criminal Defense I get questions, on occasion, about defending guilty people. How can I, an ostensibly good person, defend people who are guilty?
You hear the blare of the siren behind you and you glance into your rear-view mirror. Lights are flashing and you swallow down your nerves as you pull over on to the shoulder of I-70.
I've recently been thinking a lot about the cost of legal services and the people who get left out. Especially in regards to both Criminal Law as well as Family Law. There is a gigantic gap in the justice system.
While I don't only defend juveniles, I represent people adults in criminal courts as well as all varieties of people in family cases or personal injury, I tend to focus on helping juveniles.