30 November 2020
The Miranda warning was conceived as a way of informing suspects of their rights to have legal counsel present when they are questioned by law enforcement. Plenty of gray areas exist, though, when a warning should be provided but isn't. Read on and learn more about custodial situations where a warning might be warranted. Are You Being Questioned In or Out of Custody? It shouldn't be that difficult to ascertain the question of custody – but things can get murky sometimes.
10 November 2020
Working moms and dads depend on childcare services to care for their children when they cannot. Unfortunately, even when parents do everything possible to choose a safe and caring daycare situation, the worst can happen. Knowing the signs that something is not right with your daycare is important and taking the right steps later is also vital. Signs of Possible Daycare Abuse The below list of worrying signs is not meant to be exhaustive, nor should any one issue listed on it be considered a definite sign of abuse.
26 October 2020
Whether you are considering making an estate plan or already have one in place, you can learn from the mistakes of others. These are two major issues that can cause your carefully-made plans to be incomplete. Read on to learn more about these issues so that you can avoid the mistakes others have made. Never Revisiting Your Plan Even the best estate plans will eventually become outdated. Failing to update your plan may be more harmful than you think.
12 October 2020
If you are a chiropractor, you have likely spent years in school in preparation for working in your industry. Unfortunately, you may still find yourself in a position where you are facing allegations. This means your entire livelihood could be in jeopardy on the basis of allegations you feel are unfair or improper. If you are a chiropractor, you may need a chiropractor license defense attorney who can help protect your reputation and your future in the career field you love.
22 September 2020
When you don't get enough sleep, it can affect every aspect of your health. In some cases, the inability to get a good night's sleep can be attributed to any number of sleep disorders. For workers unable to do their job due to a persistent lack of sleep, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. Read on and learn more about proving your disability to the Social Security Administration (SSA).
26 August 2020
If you have been charged with a DUI, you will want to make it a point to retain a DUI lawyer as soon as you can. Sure, you do have the right to represent yourself in court and you might have done so when you wanted to fight a parking ticket, but you may not want to do that when the charge is a DUI. Here are a few reasons why:
17 August 2020
When you drink, you probably already know you should never drive. What you might not know is that you should not even sit in your car behind the wheel when you have alcohol in your system. You cannot just sit stationary in the driver's seat, even to wait on a ride from someone else. Doing so can result in a DUI whether you are driving or not. The following are some things you should know if you are ever in this position:
24 July 2020
Getting pulled over after you spent an evening drinking with friends could lead to an arrest and a DUI charge. After the arrest, your first goal will be to get out of jail, and the next goal will be to find a way to fight the charges. One of the questions you might have during this time is what the consequences are for DUI charges. The answer varies, and here are several things to know as you face a DUI charge.
9 July 2020
A collision has the potential to cause injury to every part of the body, including the brain. As a result, some accident victims suffer traumatic brain injuries that result in memory loss. For these victims, compensation is only fair and necessary. If you have a loved one that has been diagnosed with memory loss after an accident, learn more about how these matters are handled in the personal injury claims process.
18 June 2020
The average divorce case takes around one full year, but some cases take much longer. When couples divorce, they typically must go through a series of steps to accomplish this goal. Couples can speed up their cases by quickly working through the steps, or they can drag out their cases by arguing about issues. If you are ready to start a divorce case and want it to go quickly, it might be helpful for you to understand the primary issues that prolong divorce cases.