Self-Defense As A Criminal Defense

If you have been accused of a crime, you might consider using self-defense as a good technique for the courtroom. This criminal defense is one you can use to suggest that while you did commit a criminal offense, you were justified in doing so. Think you might have a strong defense using the self-defense option? This is what you need to know. Why Is Self-Defense A Legal Defense? While the criminal justice system prefers that individuals do not use excessive force or violence, the courts do recognize that it is sometimes necessary for individuals to protect themselves with reasonable force. Read More 

Driving While High: Do So And Pay The Price

When it comes to driving under the influence, it's not so much about the substance and more about the impairment. Some drivers who like to use marijuana and then drive might be under several mistaken impressions. Read on to find out more. There Is No Way to Measure Marijuana Impairment While it's correct to say that no device or medical test to accurately measure the presence of marijuana exists at present, that is not to say there is no way to detect impairment. Read More 

Do I Have To Follow A Police Order?

During a traffic stop, most motorists comply with lawful orders by the police. Typically, the officer will ask for the motorist's license and proof of insurance. In some cases, the officer might give the motorist an order to exit the vehicle. If you do not comply, the situation could escalate and you will likely face further charges. Political Activism An increasingly common situation is when a motorist considers themselves to be a sovereign citizen and believes that they have to opt into complying with U. Read More 

3 Things To Know About An Ignition Interlock After A DUI

A DUI or DWI charge is a serious offense that will result in consequences, even if you can agree to a plea bargain and get the charged reduced. One of the common consequences people face after DUIs is the requirement of having to put an ignition interlock device in their vehicles. If this is something you will probably have to get, here are three things you should know about it. Read More 

Why A Child Passenger Aggravates DWI Charges

Aggravated DWI (driving while intoxicated) charges attract harsher punishment than ordinary DWI. Having a child passenger is one of the factors that can elevate your DWI charges from ordinary to aggravated charges. Below are some of the reasons a child passenger can trigger aggravated DWI charges. Knowledge of Intoxication Depending on the age of the child, they may not even know that you are intoxicated. Besides, many adults don't show the classic signs of intoxication even when drunk. Read More