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Facing DUI With A Pending Child Custody Case? What You Need To Know

Most people arrested for and convicted of a DUI will face all sorts of legal issues after the fact. From the fines that must be paid to the likely license suspension, you'll have a lot of details to address and sort out. However, you will also have the potential of far greater issues. For example, if you are in the midst of any kind of custody battle, it is important that you understand how your DUI might affect your child custody case outcome. Read More 


If you grow up in one of the states that have both DUI and DWI charges, you may be confused about which is which. In spite of the similarities in the terms, DUI and DWI are not exactly synonyms. If you are being accused of committing one of these crimes, you need to understand the core differences between them. Understanding DUI Charges Driving under the influence, or DUI, is a common charge. Read More 

Getting Out Of Jail For A Price

If you find yourself arrested and locked up, the main thoughts you have are how to get out and how to do it quickly. Besides the obvious reasons for seeking freedom, there is the notion that it will be far easier to defend yourself against the criminal charges if you aren't behind bars. The criminal justice system provides those arrested with several protections, since those arrested are considered innocent until proven guilty. Read More 

The Real Reasons You Need a Criminal-Defense Attorney on Your Side

Facing a serious criminal charge can be scary. Without the guidance and support of an experienced criminal-defense attorney, you may end up spending more time behind bars than you need to or paying more out in fines than you have to. You may have many family members and friends telling you why you need a lawyer. Check out the real reasons you need to discuss your criminal charges with an experienced criminal-defense attorney soon. Read More 

What’s A Wobbler? Understand More About Crimes That Can Be Charged Different Ways

Has your attorney referred to your situation as a "wobbler" case? Learn more about what that means and how it can affect your future. A Crime That Can Be Charged Two Different Ways  If you're charged with a "wobbler" crime, it means that the District Attorney could choose to prosecute you either for a misdemeanor or a felony. For example, in some areas, a simple DUI can be prosecuted as a misdemeanor if no one was injured as a result. Read More