2019

Your Criminal Defense In States With The Death Penalty: What You Need To Know

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Recently, California made the news in regards to death row inmates and the death penalty in that state. No more executions will be performed. For hundreds of inmates awaiting execution, that is a sigh of relief. However, thousands of other inmates in multiple other states are not quite so lucky. If you are charged with a crime worthy of the death penalty in your state, you will need a very good criminal attorney in your corner.…

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Understanding The Basics Of ICE Visits For Immigrants

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As an immigrant in the United States, you may eventually find yourself in a situation where ICE agents knock on your door. How you handle these interactions can make a big difference in your legal status in the country and what ICE will do going forward. Here are a few tips to help you navigate the process of an ICE visit to your home as an immigrant. Answering The Door…

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Can Your Dispute Your Denied Workers' Compensation Claim?

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If your employer’s insurer denied your workers’ compensation claim, you may wonder if it’s okay to appeal your case. If you completed all of the correct forms and medical exams needed for your claim, then yes, it’s possible to file an appeal with workers’ comp. However, you must be able to prove your case properly. Here are some things you may consider when appealing your denied workers’ compensation claim. Make Sure Your Employer Filed Your Forms…

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3 Benefits Of Using A Mediator During A Divorce

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As the old song goes, “breaking up is hard to do.” It’s even more difficult when it’s a marriage and children are involved. Thankfully, more and more family lawyers are recommending the parties go through divorce mediation. Here is a look at three benefits of mediation. You’ll Potentially Save Money When a divorce is uncontested, and everyone agrees with how the assets will be divided and the children will be dealt with, the legal process is straightforward.…

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