Revenge Porn And Sexual Assault: Common Questions

Posted on: 26 March 2020

Maybe you sent sexually explicit images to someone during a romantic exchange. Perhaps you made a sexually explicit video with someone you trusted. Unfortunately, when things go bad between two intimate people in the modern world, more worries than ever can emerge. Revenge porn is a phrase that describes using sexually explicit imagery that was given in confidence to somehow harm a victim.  So, is revenge porn a form of sexual assault?
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Should You Take Your DUI Case To Trial?

Posted on: 26 March 2020

When you get charged with DUI, you have options. You can try to go to trial, or you can see what kind of deal you can get. Here are some of the things you should think about. Can You Get a Good Plea Deal? In most places, the district attorney will offer a plea deal on almost every case. Sometimes it will be a good deal, and sometimes it won't. The best deal for most people is if you get the charge moved to a traffic violation instead of a criminal DUI.
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What Kind of Evidence Can Be Admitted in Criminal Cases?

Posted on: 26 March 2020

Even if you're 100% sure you're innocent in a criminal proceeding, it's a good idea to think about the types of evidence that might be used to convict you. For many clients, this means they should talk with a criminal defense lawyer about what can be admitted and how that might happen. Let's look at 5 types of evidence that can be brought against you. Testimony Sworn statements from witnesses and experts are often admitted.
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What Happens First? Preparing For Your Loved One's Release

Posted on: 24 March 2020

When a loved one has been arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI), it can be a confusing time. It might help if you know what happens right after the arrest and what needs to be done on a priority basis. Things are best divided up between incarceration, release, and after the release. Incarceration In most cases, drunk driving offenders are held at the city or county jail. You will likely be phoned from a correctional facility after the arrest by your loved one.
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