Your Requested Sentencing Of DUI School Could Be A Challenge In These Situations

Posted on: 27 November 2018

When you and your attorney look at the sentencing options that are possible following a guilty verdict in a DUI case, one of the more favorable ones may be to attend DUI school. Sitting in a classroom and learning about the risks and consequences of driving drunk isn't particularly difficult, and when you compare it to jail time or a fine, DUI school may seem like the best outcome of this difficult situation.
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SSDI: Know The Facts Before You Apply

Posted on: 20 October 2018

When a medical condition means having to leave to your job, the Social Security Administration (SSA) has a solution for you. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a government program that provides some workers with a monthly financial benefit. You can improve your chances of getting approved and perhaps reduce the wait time if you plan ahead. Read on for some useful tips on preps to take before you apply for SSDI.
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What Does It Mean When The Court Imputes A Parent's Income?

Posted on: 27 August 2018

Most parents do right by their children and contribute in every way to their care and well-being, including financially. As the $32.9 billion in child support arrears can attest, however, some parents don't want to foot their fair share. The court has many tools available to get parents to pay what they owe, and one of those is to impute their incomes. Here's more information about this legal maneuver. Deciding Your Income for You
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Civil Litigation: Why This Is The All-Encompassing Grab-Bag Of Legal Cases

Posted on: 30 June 2018

When you think of court cases and lawsuits, you probably think of divorce court or personal injury and car accident lawsuits, right? Maybe you think of murder cases or cases where a jury is required to decide someone's fate. Each of these examples is governed by a specific branch of law; family law for divorce, personal injury for car accidents, and prosecution law for murder cases. However, a vast majority of cases, all of which are a little bit of everything, fall under civil litigation.
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