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How Can You Assist Your Lawyer in Your Criminal Defense Case?

Criminal charges can be a daunting idea for a lot of people and one of the first things that come to mind when faced with them is how you can assist your lawyer in your criminal defense. The truth is that there are actually quite a few things you can do to assist your lawyer Read More

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How Soon After My Injury Should I File the Lawsuit?

After an incident or accident occurs that involves an injury for one or more parties, it’s important that the individuals involved take some time to process the injuries that have resulted. This is important in deeming the severity of the injury and how much medical treatment will be needed, if any. If you decide to Read More

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What Rights Do Crime Victims Have?

  To assure each individual of a given court case is treated equally, there is a set list of rights that have been deemed by the state and federal government. The defined list of rights as well as the individual deemed a “victim” will be established by the court system in the given state. A Read More

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Grand Jury vs. Criminal Trial

There’s a great deal of confusion between the ideas of grand jury vs criminal trials that can cause a lot of stress for someone who doesn’t understand the two independently. When looking at the two kinds of cases it’s important to understand they’re two completely different things and to help illustrate this we’ll break them Read More

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How Can Negligence Affect My Injury Case?

In a personal injury case, the court will take negligence into account if there is a situation that involves a person(s) that has “breached” their duty of care in the accident or incidental case. To be considered negligent, the injured individual would need to prove that the other individual or individuals involved have failed to Read More

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How Child Support Is Determined

In the event that one spouse or the other will have to begin paying child support, there may be a difference between states on how that is determined. Regardless of which state you’re living in, it’s important to remember that both parents will ultimately be financially responsible for the child or children. In Wisconsin, the Read More

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Things You Should Know About Worker’s Compensation

While worker’s compensation is a rather sad subject it’s unfortunately a common one for many people. Understanding what les you apply for worker’s compensation, key information, and the after effects is important to making sure you can get the money you need after an injury. Here’s a quick look at some things you should know Read More

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What Does Litigation Mean and How Can It Affect My Injury Case?

Litigation is one of those terms that’s often tossed around in Hollywood and provides a lot of confusion for the average person. When it comes to your injury case, it’s important to understand exactly what litigation means and how it will affect your injury case. In this post, we’ll take a look at what, exactly, Read More

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Am I Still Obligated to Pay Child Support If I Wasn’t Married?

In the case of child support where you’re not married to the father or mother of the child there’s a long and short answer that goes along with the question. If you’re asking if you’re still obligated to pay child support if you weren’t married the short answer is, yes. The long answer still comes Read More

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Probation: Ins and Outs

There are many possible outcomes when a person is convicted of a crime, one of them being probation. Probation is a period of time that you are released from custody with certain terms and condition you must follow. Generally, probation is a good thing because you don’t serve your full sentence. However, probation is not Read More

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