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Criminal defense strategies: Should I deny the charges?

It doesn't matter how serious your criminal charges are, and it doesn't matter how much evidence the prosecution has gathered against you: You still have the right to defend yourself in court with the assistance of a criminal defense lawyer.

Your defense lawyer will investigate the evidence, facts and circumstances surrounding your arrest, and review the laws at issue in your charges, and potential punishments in the event of conviction to determine the most appropriate criminal defense strategies to employ your case. As such, whether you outright deny your charges may depend on the unique circumstances of your case.

A divorcing father can benefit from a parenting agreement

Going through a divorce can be one of the most difficult times of your life. This is even more so the case if you have a child with your ex-wife.

Although you may not be able to save your marriage, it doesn't mean that your relationship with your child should struggle. Instead, you need to take the right steps during the divorce process to ensure that your relationship stays strong now and in the future.

Tips for when your marriage ends in your 20s

You and your significant other got married young, around the time you graduated from college. You were wildly in love, but it fizzled out quickly. Something just changed. What had been an exciting college relationship turned into a taxing marriage, and then you decided to call it off. You're still in your 20s, and you both want to move forward with your lives, rather than giving decades to something that simply wasn't meant to be. If so, here are a few tips that can help you with the next stage in your life:

Is it possible to reduce your felony offense to a misdemeanor?

In most cases, offenses are categorized as either misdemeanors or felonies. However, there are certain situations where an offense could be considered both a misdemeanor and a felony. These are called, "wobblers." Some offenses have the potential to "wobble" between a misdemeanor and a felony.


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