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What Happens If You Get an Out-of-State Warrant for Arrest?
February 8, 2021 | Criminal Defense
There are several ways a person can get an out-of-state warrant for their arrest. Usually, out-of-state warrants for arrest happen during traveling, whether for leisure or business. But just because something happened in a different zip code does not mean you can ignore it. How Do People End Up With Out-of-State Warrants for Arrest? Maybe… read more
Difference Between Lawyer and Attorney
January 25, 2021 | Criminal Defense
If you are charged with a drug crime, assault, DUI, or another criminal offense, you want to ensure that you hire the right lawyer to handle your case. However, when you search online for a criminal defense attorney, you notice that some law firms refer to themselves as “attorneys” while other law firms refer to… read more
Is it Illegal to Have Sex in a Car?
January 15, 2021 | Sex Crimes
There are times in which your vehicle may feel like the only private space away from family, friends, or roommates. However, regardless of make or model, a car can’t guarantee privacy from the outside world. Indecent exposure refers to reckless or even purposeful displays of public nudity or sexual activity. While your intention may not… read more
5 Things to Remember If You’re Up Against False Accusations in Court
January 10, 2021 | Criminal Defense
The American justice system moves slowly. Oftentimes, this means that false accusations can take a lot of time and effort to disprove. In the meantime, you could live under a cloud of suspicion that may affect your family life, career, and even where you can live. However, you can beat a false accusation in court…. read more
How Hiring a Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Help If You’re Accused of Domestic Violence
December 31, 2020 | Domestic Violence
Domestic abuse is an enormous social problem. But the ways that the legal system deals with the issue of domestic violence has created additional complications. For instance, false allegations of abuse are sometimes used as a strategy to gain leverage in divorce, legal separation, and custody proceedings. False domestic violence claims are very damaging to… read more
I Got a DUI – What Does That Mean For My Nursing License?
December 22, 2020 | DUI
If you are a nurse or working to become a nurse in the commonwealth of Kentucky, a DUI can impact your ability to practice your chosen profession. If you have been arrested, charged, or convicted of a DUI in Kentucky, you may be asking yourself: what does this mean for my nursing license? Reporting Requirements… read more
How Long Does Alcohol Stay on Your Breath?
December 15, 2020 | DUI Defense, DUI Law
Getting pulled over by a police officer can be a nerve-wracking experience. This is especially true if and when an officer asks you to take a breathalyzer test to determine if your blood alcohol content (BAC) is over the legal limit. In Kentucky, a BAC of .08 or higher would be considered over the legal… read more
Classes of Felonies in Kentucky
December 12, 2020 | Criminal Defense
Generally speaking, criminal charges are broken down into two categories: misdemeanors and felonies. Misdemeanors are less serious crimes and are often punishable by fines rather than significant time in jail. Shoplifting, trespassing, and the violation of a restraining order are all examples of misdemeanors. Felonies, on the other hand, are far more serious in nature…. read more
What is An Indictment?
December 10, 2020 | Criminal Defense
You have probably noticed the use of indictments in numerous high profile court cases around the country. An indictment is the formal charging of an individual with a serious crime. Under the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution, an indictment is laid out as a right, meaning a person can’t be charged with a serious federal… read more
Tips for an Effective Character Letter for a Judge
December 8, 2020 | Criminal Defense
Character letters can be effective in some criminal cases. A family member, friend, employer, or other party writes a letter to the judge to help mitigate sentencing. In cases in which character witnesses are not allowed or limited, character letters could be the only way for a judge to learn more about a defendant’s character… read more