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Aggravated Battery to Police Officer 18CF2831 M.R.

Client was charged with head butting police officer and DUI.   The Ag.Battery was a class2 Felony…carrying 3 to 7 years Dept of Corrections exposure , The DUI carried up to 1 year in jail   Final result: 1 year Conditional Discharge on Misdemeanor Battery…non reporting..no probation!  Felony dismissed! On Dui: 1 year court supervision (no conviction) $500 fine, dui school.

Drunk Driving: Myths You Need To Know About

Believe it or not, many people continue to drink and drive because they have bought into the many myths that surround drunk driving. These myths have been passed on from generation to generation, and it’s frustrating that people still actually take them as fact. More often than not, they only realize the following are myths when they’ve finally been charged with DUI and have to get the services of a versatile DUI lawyer to get them out of trouble. Myth#1:  You can beat a breathalyzer by sucking on a penny. Fact: This is one of the most ridiculous drunk driving… Read More

Medical Malpractice Cases Occur On A Larger Scale Than Most Believe

Medical Malpractice cases occur quite often when compared with the annual death percentage. Medical malpractice is when someone either suffers an injury or dies as a result of doctors, surgeons, anesthesiologists, medical facilities, medical staff, among others negligence and or, recklessness.  The reasons why medical malpractice occurs vary from case to case such as medication error, anesthesia mistake, operating on the wrong body part, cutting a nerve, and more. Medical malpractice injuries can result in catastrophic repercussions. A person may have to live their whole life with a disability that could have been prevented. Medical malpractice cases are intricate because… Read More

Five Worst Crimes Committed By NFL Players

While some Football players may seem untouchable on the field, a number have gotten in trouble with the law off field. Here are five of the worst crimes committed by NFL Players: Jim Dunaway Miami Dolphins player Jim Dunaway was the primary suspect in the murder of his wife, Nonniel Dunaway. In 1995, she was found dead in a swimming pool. Suspicion fell on her husband, who was arrested. However, the grand jury felt there was not enough evidence for an indictment. Despite this, his children filed a civil wrongful death suit and in 2002, received $500,000 in damages. Rae… Read More

DUI Attorneys – What To Do When Being Pulled Over

It is very important to understand what you should or should not do if you are ever questioned by law enforcement for DUI (driving under the influence). How you behave will be closely watched by law enforcement and if you show even just a small sign of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs you may be asked to submit to field sobriety tests and a breathalyzer test. What to do When Being Pulled over for DUI: – Do stop your motor vehicle, turn off your engine, roll down your window and place your hands on the wheel when stopped… Read More

How Do I Know If I Am Actually Under Arrest In Arizona?

An arrest in Arizona can happen for wide variety of reasons, but it’s important to note that all United States citizens who have been arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. If you’ve been arrested in Arizona, or you have a loved one who has been arrested for a crime they didn’t commit, it’s important to understand the process of arrest, protect your rights and know your options to fight the charges. What Does It Mean to Be Under Arrest in Arizona? Being arrested means that you are legally in the custody of the arresting law… Read More

Do I Have An Assault Case?

At face value, “assault” is a criminal offense. But the act of assault can also form the foundation of a personal injury lawsuit. An assault is an “intentional tort” in the eyes of the law. This means it is an offense that can lead to a civil lawsuit for damages. What is assault? Under tort law, assault is an intentional act causing fear of imminent harmful or offensive contact. This fear is inflicted from one person to another. But assault does not always include physical contact. When it comes to tort law, the simple fear of an offensive act or… Read More

How Much Do Dui Attorneys Cost

DUI attorneys bill differently than other types of attorneys, such as personal injury lawyers. Some personal injury lawyers work on a contingent basis, but criminal attorneys do not. You usually need to pay them a deposit, and they will charge you based on various things, such as the fee structure they have in place, the type of results you’re wanting to get and how complex your case is. Fee Structures DUI attorneys tend to use two types of fee structures. One of them is an hourly rate and the other is a flat rate. If they charge by the hour,… Read More

The Importance Of Hiring A Criminal Defense Attorney

The justice system has several players each with different roles to play. It is common to come across situations where you need legal help, and it is unwise to go about the procedures on your own. Hiring a criminal defense lawyer can cost you some significant amount of money but having the right one can be advantageous to your situation. Hiring a lawyer has several benefits and is always the better route when you are faced with criminal charges. The court system and laws are complex, and it is hard for one to understand them unless you work in that… Read More

Car Accident Question And Answer

Q: If I was in a rear-end collision as the driver and another driver collided with my car from behind, is it possible to settle without a car accident lawyer? What should I do after a car accident? A: Insurance companies are motivated to avoid settling for any significant amount of money, even if it means going to trial. Conservative insurance companies are especially known for this strategy. Working with an Arizona car accident lawyer is your best chance at obtaining a reasonable settlement since the insurance company will never want to offer you a fair settlement without representation. Hiring… Read More