Archive, October 2016.

While few people ever plan for their arrest, it is still important to know what to do if you are arrested by law enforcement. What you do during and after an arrest can have a huge impact on your case. Even answering questions that, at first, may seem benign may end up causing problems for you later. Most importantly, those under arrest should remember to contact a skilled criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.
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Every state has different laws regarding guns and gun ownership. It is important to understand the laws in your area if you are planning to own and carry a firearm. Keep in mind that gun laws are constantly changing, so you should talk to a skilled gun charges defense lawyer to find out the most up-to-date laws in your area.
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Marijuana laws are changing rapidly all over the country, and it is important to stay up to date on the changes in your state. To be sure, keeping abreast of the following marijuana laws in the state can help ensure you avoid facing drug charges in the future.
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Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (DUI) is a serious charge in Illinois. While DUI convictions have a lot of consequences, including fines, potential jail time, license suspension, higher insurance and other consequences. Typically, in Illinois, a DUI will be a misdemeanor, but there are some situations where the DUI will be a felony and therefore the penalties will be even stiffer.
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Losing a baby is one of the worst things that can happen to a parent. The nightmare becomes even worse for a parent if he or she is suspected of causing the child’s death from shaken baby syndrome. However, over the past several years, questions have arisen as to the validity of the science that backs up shaken baby syndrome claims against parents and caregivers.
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