Monthly Archives: March 2012

Five Things to Think About Before Filing Your Case

Filing a lawsuit is a big decision. Do not make it lightly. The best advice is to consult a knowledgeable attorney. Continue reading

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Tips for Keeping Your Composure in Court

Emotions raging during a court case can make it difficult to stay calm and focus when you need to. Practice being calm and let your attorney guide you. Continue reading

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When Myths Can Make You Look Bad

Don’t believe everything you hear. It could make you look a fool in public court. If you are arrested, don’t do anything until you talk to an attorney. Continue reading

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Civil Law Versus Criminal Law: Do You Know the Difference?

If you are involved in a civil or criminal court case, arm yourself with as much knowledge as you can and contact an experienced attorney. Continue reading

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Courts Being Forced to Decide the Rights of Prisoners

The question is whether prisoners should have the same access to medical care as the non-incarcerated population. Continue reading

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Who Are You “Dating”?

Some online dating service web sites are no more trustworthy than many other sites. When they use others’ information illegally, it’s time to make them stop. Continue reading

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Double Trouble

A person can be tried twice for the same crime. When charges are filed both in a criminal court and a civil court, the cases are treated separately. Continue reading

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Is It Better To Opt For A Class Action Case?

Sometimes it is better to file a class action lawsuit if your circumstances involve several people affected by the same situation. Continue reading

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When Sporting Events Go Horribly Wrong

When a wrestling match goes wrong, the case goes to court to try and settle a horrible injustice. Continue reading

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Is It Possible To Keep The Details Of Your Lawsuit Quiet?

If you file a lawsuit, is there any chance you can keep the details quiet and non-public? In some cases, courts will “seal” a case. Continue reading

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