3 Tips To Remember If You Are Pulled Over For DUI

Posted on: 7 January 2019

If you are reading this article, chances are you made a mistake. You might have had one too many drinks at the bar and then decided to drive home. While there are some tips that can help you in the event that you are pulled over under suspicion of DUI, the best tip is of course to never drive drunk in the first place. That said, here are some things you should try and remember if you want to protect your legal rights after you get pulled over by the police.
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Did Your Employer Offer You Some Ownership In The Business? What To Do First

Posted on: 28 November 2018

If you have been working for a business or company for a long time, and the owners have asked if you would like to buy into the business or omit your bonus and use it as money to buy into a business, you want to meet with a business attorney. Before you agree to anything, no matter how great the company or relationship with the owners, you want to make sure that you are making the best decision.
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What a Car Accident Lawyer Can Do for You?

Posted on: 18 October 2018

Anyone injured in an auto accident needs to decide if it's in their best interest to hire an attorney. In most cases, hiring a car accident attorney is a very good idea because they can help you in a number of ways. This article takes a look at some of the most important things an auto accident attorney can do for you. Evidence A vital part of having a successful outcome to a car injury case is gathering evidence.
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Enforcing Child Visitation During And After Divorce

Posted on: 8 September 2018

Just because you have a visitation schedule it doesn't mean that the other parent will honor it; they may have their own reasons for not honoring the visitation schedule. if you find yourself in the situation where the visitation schedule is not being followed, you can take the following measures to remedy the situation: Talk To Them In some cases, you may be able to overcome the challenge simply by talking to the other parent.
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