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Should I represent myself in a criminal case?

Aug 05, 2020 - No competent attorney would ever tell you to represent yourself in a criminal case. Even accomplished attorneys, with distinguished criminal defense records, use other counsel for their personal legal matters, including when one occasionally gets in trouble. If you’ve been arrested or believe that you are going to be charged with a crime, you should contact a criminal defense lawyer immediately. What’s involved in constructing a criminal defense? In order to build a solid criminal defense, an attorney needs to prepare by doing all of the following:   ●     Acquire the police documents, including the police report and the probable cause affidavit ●     Depose any witnesses to the alleged incident, including any officer that was involved. ●     Review discovery evidence against their client, including video, witness statements, crime scene photos, and physical evidence, like fingerprints,...
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What crimes can lead to deportation?

Aug 05, 2020 - The reasons why people commit crimes and the reason behind this behavior have been studied extensively. It’s interesting to know whether people who commit crimes do so without giving a thought to its risks or to its consequences and compare their motivations to people who would never commit a crime no matter how dire their circumstances. And while some people carefully plan their crimes in order to increase their gains and minimize the risk of being discovered, others act impulsively, driven by the adrenaline rush they get or fueled by fear, anger, greed, jealousy, pride, and many other emotional factors. The idea of facing stiff punishment for a crime should be enough of a deterrent to anyone contemplating committing a crime. Still, if you add to the mix the possibility of deportation and being separated from the life they know and from their community and family, the conclusion should be that nobody would intentionally commit a crime. However, the reality is fa...
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May 07, 2020 - It is unlawful for a person who is under the influence of alcohol to drive. If you have been arrested and found the police found 0.08 percent or more, by weight, of alcohol in your blood, then you can be arrested for driving under the influence (DUI). If your driving was impaired by other types of substances, including prescription pills, then you can also be arrested for DUI. You will either be charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on whether any property was damaged or people were hurt. Additionally, if you have any prior DUIs, then those will affect how you’re charged and what consequences you will have to face. Criminal Procedures There is a process that your case will follow after you have been arrested. First, you will be arrested and brought to the police station for booking. During that phase, you will be fingerprinted and your mugshot will be taken. You will be detained until your arraignment. If you already have an attorney, this is the time t...
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