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Bonds 101: 2 Different Types Of Bail Bonds

According to the law, you have to stay in jail until the date of your trial if you are in police custody for an alleged crime and awaiting the court

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What Happens to My Children After I Get Arrested?

Getting arrested is an ordeal on its own. If you have children, an arrest can be even more distressing for you as you work through the situation. It also becomes

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How Long Can You Be Held in Jail Without Charges?

Prisons are typically uncomfortable, messy, and unsanitary places. If a person who hasn’t committed a crime, gets arrested as a suspect, the police may keep them in jail for some

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How Can We Fix Pretrial Justice?

The United States has one of the most complicated pretrial justice systems in the world. it’s known to unfairly support the rich and be extremely unfair to the poor.

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Pulled Over for a DUI? Here’s What to Expect

Seeing red and blue lights flashing in your rearview mirror while you drive can be a frightening experience. It becomes worse if you know you’ve been drinking or the law

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Difference Between Secured and Unsecured Bail Bonds

Whatever the reason for your arrest, there’s always a way to get out, and bail bonds are one of them. If you’re arrested for a crime or a pending court

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What Do We Mean by Criminal Liability?

During court proceedings in the criminal justice system, a term that frequently comes up is ‘criminal liability’. However, criminal liability can be fairly complicated to understand. Below we discuss its

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Differentiating Between DUI and DWI

DUI (Driving Under the Influence) and DWI (Driving While Intoxicated or Driving While Impaired) are often loosely used by people. These are both criminal offenses for when a person is

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A Complete Guide to Dealing with False Accusations

False accusations are rare, but they are a real thing. More often, these cases die on their own as the alleged victim has no substantial evidence to back up their

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How to Deal with A Personal Injury Case?

CDC reports that more than 39 million hospital visits are made anually due to unintentional injuries. According to the US Department of Justice, more than 400,000 personal injury claims are