Wrongfully Charged With Selling Alcohol To A Minor: How A Lawyer Can Help

Posted on: 23 March 2015
Are you facing legal trouble after unknowingly selling alcohol to a minor? You will need a lawyer to help you prove your case, as selling alcohol to a minor can lead to spending a lot of time behind bars. In this article, find out how a lawyer can help with a minor in possession (MIP) case. How Can a Lawyer Help When Accused of Selling a Minor Alcohol? The first thing your lawyer will do is gather evidence that proves you had no idea that you were selling alcohol to a minor.
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The 5 Stages Of A Personal Injury Trial

Posted on: 12 March 2015
While most personal injury cases are settled outside of the court room, some cases will ultimately make it to the trial phase. If your case is not settled before trial, it is important for you to know what to expect during your personal injury trial with help of personal injury lawyers. Below you will learn more about the five stages that will ultimately result in a jury issuing a verdict in your case.
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Preparing For An Adoption

Posted on: 25 February 2015
Adoption is a wonderful way to make a child not biologically related to you part of your family, but it is also a legal matter requiring the family courts to be involved. Adoption can be a challenge, but here are some tips you can use to get yourself ready for the legal issues you will face.  Have a Home Study The first step in the adoption process is completing a home study.
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When To Get Out Of Your Settlement

Posted on: 19 February 2015
Most personal injury cases never make it to court. Instead, they end up being settled outside of court. When it comes to litigation, a trial can take a lot of time and money. Most courts prefer a person settle outside the court system and both parties reach an agreement on their own. If this cannot happen, a personal injury attorney needs to start preparing the case to head to court. Knowing when to settle or when not to is important to the outcome of your case.
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