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Build doubt to reduce the chances of a conviction

When you've gotten into trouble with the law, the best thing you can do for yourself is work to develop a strong defense. In most kinds of criminal cases, it has to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt that you participated in a crime. If you can create enough doubt, then the case should move in your favor.

Don't let a DUI charge ruin your holiday season

It's that time of year again where you can find a crazy mash-up in the stores of everything from Halloween treats to Christmas gifts. It's also that time of year where you can pretty much count on the fact that there will be feasting, parties, plenty of alcohol to go around at every event -- and plenty of extra police officers patrolling for suspected drunk drivers.

Your criminal defense attorney will protect your interests

When you commit a crime, the first thing you should do is remember that you have a right to an attorney. Whether you committed a crime intentionally or not, what happens next is largely up to the authorities. Some prosecuting attorneys might seek relatively simple charges. Others, however, are more aggressive and will push for the harshest possible charges and penalties.

Facing a DWI: Here's what to think about with a breath test

If you want the best chance of defending your DWI case, you need to know if taking your breath test or avoiding it is the right choice. In the majority of cases, taking the test is the best option, since failing to do so results in an immediate one-year loss of your license.

Facing charges? Here's why a defense attorney is important

As someone who is in trouble with the law, the last thing you should do is try to represent yourself. Even if you are familiar with working in law or are an attorney yourself, the importance of working with separate council shouldn't be understated.

What do you wear to court?

Appearances matter in court. As someone who is facing criminal charges, this needs to be made clear to you. If you walk into court in an orange jumpsuit and in chains, there's going to be an automatic bias in the jury or by others. That's not fair, but it's the way that society works.

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