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January 2016 Archives

Minnesota and the constitutionality of forced blood tests

It should go without saying that all states approach drunk driving and intoxication differently. Every part of the United States is able to have its own rules and regulations that vary in some way from the federal guidelines for intoxication. Across the board, a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 is the legal limit, but the way those who are stopped for drunk driving are treated is very different depending on where you are.

What is asset forfeiture, and do you have to worry about it?

If you're accused of fraud or other white-collar crimes, you need to be quick to defend yourself with your attorney's help before your reputation is stained. One of the things you're going to need to be concerned about is the possibility of asset forfeiture, especially when dealing with white-collar crime accusations. With asset forfeiture, it's not just your reputation put on the line, but everything you've worked for financially, too.

What are some unusual defense options for charges?

When you're facing charges, you need to defend yourself, your life and your liberty. Your future is being threatened, and it's up to you to take charge. Your attorney can help defend your case using one of these or other defenses as an option, so here's a look into some of the defenses you could consider.

Cosby case set to be intense with heavy defenses

How long is too long to wait before a sexual assault claim is unfounded? Normally, waiting years following an event would mean you'd run out of time to make a claim, but in the case of Bill Cosby, the American comedian, a judge has decided to arraign him on one charge for aggravated indecent assault. The alleged assault took place in 2004, nearly 12 years ago.

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