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What to Understand about Your Constitutional Right to Remain Silent

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Being read a Miranda warning is an inevitable part of all arrests. The right to remain silent goes back to a major Constitutional right in the Fifth Amendment and is meant as a form of protection against being questioned without the benefit of counsel. This right is not just important but is largely misunderstood. Here you can read more to learn some facts that you may have missed about the right to remain silent during a law enforcement action.…

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Curious About Your First-Time DUI Arrest? What To Know

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You might have heard that the law goes easy on first-time driving under the influence (DUI) offenders. Unfortunately, even when the law does give some first-timers a break, the results can still be harsher than expected. DUI convictions and punishments are among the worst – particularly when you consider that the offenders are often charged with a misdemeanor. To get a better idea of what to expect with a first-time DUI charge, read on.…

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Been Through A Divorce? 4 Reasons To Sit Down With An Estate Attorney Immediately

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Divorce can cause a total upheaval to your life. There are so many things that need to change after a divorce. Unfortunately, one necessary change is often overlooked; the estate plan. In the rush to finalize divorce proceedings, many people fail to update their estate plan once the marriage ends. This mistake can have disastrous effects on the family that’s left behind, especially if the necessary changes are never made. If you’ve recently been through a divorce, you need to sit down with an estate attorney right away.…

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