Criminal Law Blog

What Happens When Charged with Robbery After the Fact?

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Being charged with robbery after the fact is a serious matter. If you have been charged with armed robbery, it is crucial to learn how to move forward best. Understanding what the different types of robbery are and what evidence is needed for a robbery conviction is your first step except maybe calling a robbery […]

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What Happens If You Get a DUI Out of State?

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Dealing with a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) charge or conviction can affect your life in a number of ways. When dealing with an out-of-state DUI, it is important to recognize if or how that affects you differently than an in state DUI.

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Traveling to Canada? Your DUI Charge May Prevent It (Unless You Know This)

The following is a guest article post from AllCleared. If you have been charged with a DUI in the United States, you may have a misdemeanor or a felony on your record. However, if you want to travel to Canada, you will be judged by the toughest standard, which is called “indictable.” While foreigners can generally […]

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Cyberstalking: A Frightening and Horrific Road to Domestic Violence

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Unfortunately, this may be a story that may hit entirely too close to home. As you most likely know, domestic violence victims have one thing in common. They all share or have shared some kind of relationship with the individual who has placed them in fear. Truth be told, the act doesn’t always have to […]

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Can You Be Prosecuted for Something You Did as a Minor?

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Being charged with a crime is intimidating, especially if you have no information about what happens next. If you are now an adult being charged with a crime you committed while under the age of 18, understanding what that means for your case is helpful. When accused of a juvenile crime as an adult, the […]

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