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Unfortunately, if you are accused of theft, it is best not to say anything, especially to the police. Often times if you are being questioned by a superior, the police, or an intimidating character you may nervously provide information that-
According to Psychology Today, over 3 million incidents of domestic violence are reported each year. In fact, they also claim that in the United States nearly 20 people every minute are physically abused by an intimate partner. But remember,-
In the state of Colorado, your driver’s license may be suspended for any one of several different reasons. These include: Criminal conviction of a DUI Traffic tickets Conviction of a series of traffic violations Vehicular manslaughter Defacing public or-
My name is Shannon Lynch and I am an intern in Mr. Bresee’s office. I have been working for Mr. Bresee for the past year and a half. In that time, there seems to be a change in the way that-
Have you heard the term elements of a crime? Maybe you heard the District Attorney talk about how the elements are proven in your case? What does this term elements mean? How does it impact your trial? Are you unsure-