Speaking Freely: What To Know About Attorney Client Privilege

Most people have heard that their communications with their attorneys are confidential. When events lead you to conversing with an attorney, you may begin to ask yourself exactly how private are your conversations and what you can safely say to your attorney. Attorney Client Privilege Simply put, nearly everything you say, write, email, demonstrate and convey in any manner to an attorney is considered private. No court or judge can compel that attorney to reveal those communications with anyone, at any time, with few exceptions. Read More 

3 Ways DUI Lawyers Help Defendants Get A Case Dismissed

Everybody makes mistakes, and sometimes people get pulled over and arrested for a DUI when they aren't guilty. Getting a DUI charge on your record, especially unchallenged by a defendant, could lead to the loss of a good job or prevent eligibility in a future job. If you've been arrested or ticketed for DUI, then there are 3 ways you could get your case dismissed with the help of a good lawyer. Read More 

3 Common Affirmative Defense Strategies In Criminal Law Cases

Being charged with a crime is a serious matter. You could be facing jail time, fines, and any number of other penalties. If you are involved in a criminal lawsuit, there are three common affirmative defense strategies that may be able to help you in your case.  Certain ones, such as self-defense, are pretty clear-cut if that is truly the case. Other than self-defense, you can plead insanity or entrapment.  Read More 

Is Your DUI Charge At Risk Of Being Escalated To A Felony?

The majority of DUI charges remain at the misdemeanor level. However, there are a percentage of cases that escalate to a felony charge. If you have been charged with a DUI, it's important to know whether or not you are at risk of your charge being escalated. Factors That Influence Charges  Injury or Death If your negligence leads to the serious injury or death of an innocent victim, your DUI charge can quickly become a felony. Read More 

What Happens If You Miss Your Court Date?

Few people have experience in settings as serious and as formal as the criminal court system. While you might think it's OK to be late or miss an appointment in your day to day life, missing a court date has very swift and very severe consequences. Here's what could happen if you miss your court date and what you need to do about it. Your Lawyer Might Be Able to Get a Short Delay Read More