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Criminal Attorney

Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Criminal Attorney

Posted on June 1st, 2017 · Posted in Criminal Law

If you have been charged with a criminal offense including DWI,DUI,any violent assault, sex crimes or other criminal charges do not even let it cross your mind that you can.. read more

Escape From Prison

Easy Escape From Prison at Clinton Correctional

Posted on April 2nd, 2016 · Posted in Corrections News

Escape from Prison: Clinton Correctional Facility Escape Mistakes The 2015 escape from prison by Richard Matt and David Sweat from the Clinton Correctional Facility on June 6th, 2015 grabbed national.. read more

Prison Escape California

California Prison Escape Ends Strangely

Posted on March 30th, 2016 · Posted in Corrections News

California Prison Escape Ends Rather Strangely The California prison escape of Hossein Nayeri, Jonathan Tieu, and Bac Tien Duong made headlines across the nation thanks to the daring nature of.. read more

The BAR in Courtroom

What Is The BAR When Talking about Attorneys

Posted on December 22nd, 2012 · Posted in Criminal Law

The bar can refer to the legal professional membership in your area and can also be the railing which separates courtroom observers from the judge, lawyers and other personnel.

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About the Miranda Warning

Posted on July 13th, 2012 · Posted in Criminal Law

Many of the rights in the Constitution and Bill of Rights, such as Habeas Corpus, The right to remain silent, and The right to an attorney, are designed to ensure that those accused of a crime are assured of those rights. Your Miranda Rights are important not only to advise you of your rights but also to the prosecution’s case against you and here’s why.

Criminal Charge Expungement

Posted on March 17th, 2012 · Posted in Criminal Law

An expungement is a legal process where the petitioner or attorney asks a court to seal court records and any and all arrest information. In other words, expungement is simply the process of going to court and asking a judge to seal your court record. Usually, people ask for an expungement when they have been denied a job, housing, or a professional license because of their criminal background. Find out more about expungement

Rick Perry first Governor to Exonerate A Dead Man

Posted on December 17th, 2011 · Posted in Corrections News

Timothy Cole was one of the 56 innocent prisoners exonerated under then Governor Perry. A little too late as Mr. Cole died behind bars in 1999 … its noted that the real criminal had tried to confess for years