Being accused of a probation violation can have serious consequences. Probation is the equivalent of having an invisible collar around your neck. You are not free to do whatever you like. In fact, probation simply means that a judge determinedContinue reading Accused of a Probation Violation?
Hollywood director Randall Miller has plead guilty to charges of involuntary manslaughter for the death of an assistant camera operator who was killed in a train accident last year. The Accident Last year assistant camera operator Sarah Jones, 27, wasContinue reading Director Pleads Guilty to Involuntary Manslaughter
A criminal defense lawyer, for your teen? It might sound a little bit crazy. Here’s why it’s not. Raising a Teen in 2015 When raising a teen in this media-saturated world it can sometimes seem as if the loving childContinue reading Have a Teen? Then You Should Have a Criminal Defense Lawyer
The term “homicide” applies to the act of one person killed another person. But within the distinction of unlawful homicides, there are two other distinctions: Murder and Manslaughter. Difference Between Murder and Manslaughter The main defining difference between “murder” andContinue reading Are Murder and Manslaughter Two Different Things?
If you’re facing serious penalties or time in prison, you will want to hire a criminal defense lawyer to represent you. Since no two criminal cases are alike, a defense lawyer is trained to spot certain arguments and factors thatContinue reading Why You Should Hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer
Consent can be a difficult criminal defense to establish. Below we review what “consent” actually means, how it can be proven, and how it can be used as a criminal defense. Consent Using “consent” as a criminal defense does notContinue reading Proving Consent as a Criminal Defense