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  • Criminal Defense

    The latest posts for Criminal Defense are listed below.
    • Reasons Why a Criminal Record Can Haunt You

      Your public record is an extremely important part of your livelihood in many ways. Every time you have some sort of a public affair, such as changing your name, getting married, or even get a traffic ticket, it is notated in the public record. Your criminal history is also a part of this record, and arguably the most important one. Whenever you are convicted of a crime, your action and sentence ...
    • Can I Get a Restraining Order Removed?

      Orders of Protection, or “restraining orders” as they are more commonly known to the general public, are issued to protect abuse and harassment victims from further violence of damage. These orders can be issued relatively easily, particularly in instances of domestic violence or sexual assault, and become legally binding immediately upon their issue. Once one of these orders is issued, they can ...
    • Avoid a DUI this Holiday Season!

      The holidays mean celebrations and festive traditions for many people, often involving alcohol. People consume this alcohol and then get behind the wheel of their car in order to head home, and unfortunately many of these people then cause dangerous accidents. In order to attempt to curtail these entirely-preventable crashes, law enforcement ramps up their preventative efforts and presence on the ...

    Divorce

    The latest posts for Divorce are listed below.
    • Who Gets Custody of Your Pet?

      A 2014 survey by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers revealed that more than one of every four divorce attorneys reported an increase in the number of pet custody disputes in the past five years. This signals a significant shift that could result in a major change in family law somewhat soon. Pets are often considered to be beloved members of the family. They are best friends, faithful ...
    • Steps to Take When Preparing For Divorce

      Are you facing a divorce case? One of the most important keys to a smoother, less-stressful experience and a positive outcome is thorough preparation and readiness for what lies ahead. Here are nine steps you can take to get prepared for your divorce. 1. Retain an Attorney - Your choice of divorce attorney is extremely important, as you will be entrusting their legal ability with a large chunk of ...
    • Donald Trump: Our Most Divorced President

      When Donald Trump becomes our 45 th President in January of next year, he will also become our country’s most-divorced President in history, and the only one in history to have been divorced multiple times. His current wife, Melania, is his third spouse. In fact, this is a dramatic shift from a trend that has seen Presidential marriages hold remarkably strong, even through multiple cases of ...

    DUI

    The latest posts for DUI are listed below.
    • Five Ways to Sabotage Your DUI Defense

      If you are arrested for driving drunk, you will have a very limited amount of time to assemble your defense before your hearing in court. It is strongly advised that you retain an attorney to help you face your charges, and while one can dramatically improve your defense, there are a few things you can do that will sabotage your case, no matter what they do. On this blog, we examine five ways you ...
    • Facing DUI Charges?

      Being convicted of DUI can ruin your life, multiple convictions even more so. Experienced DUI attorneys know that you have rights and will work hard to protect those rights. Murfreesboro DUI attorneys have experience in protecting their clients’ rights and driving privileges. They know that being cited for DUI does not automatically lead to a conviction. Murfreesboro DUI lawyers understand that ...
    • DUI Without Driving

      With the warm weather comes summer parties. For those who will be drinking, there are not many things that will put more of a damper on your summer fun than getting charged with a DUI . After a long summer night drinking at the bar with your friends, you realize you are too intoxicated to drive. Instead of calling a designated driver or cab, you decide to sleep it off in your car for a while. You ...

    Expungement

    The latest posts for Expungement are listed below.
    • Who Carries the Burden of Proof in Expungement Cases?

      Have you ever heard the phrase “innocent until proven guilty?” The criminal justice system is centered around this concept, which is known as the “burden of proof.” Essentially what this means is that one side is going to have the onus to prove the defense is either innocent or guilty. Because an expungement is a criminal proceeding, the same onus is present: one side must prove their part of the ...

    News

    The latest posts for News are listed below.
    • Attorney David Clarke Defends Client in Vehicular Manslaughter Case

      Attorney David Clarke appeared in court this week to represent his client, Gareion Simmons in a probable cause hearing. Simmons is accused of a number of serious charges, including four counts of aggravated assault, criminal impersonation, and vehicular manslaughter. Coffee County authorities allege that Simmons stole a black Escalade and led the sheriff's department on a high-speed chase up I-24. ...
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