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What It Means To Accept The Prosecutor's Plea Bargain

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When under arrest, many people go into full panic mode. This combination of fear, stress, and anxiety creates a condition where they are willing to do almost anything just to make the situation go away. At the first visit to the judge, they will likely receive an offer of reduced charges or fees if they plead guilty. Should You Accept a Plea Bargain Pleading guilty doesn't mean that you are guilty.

5 May 2015

How To Use Social Media When Engaged In A Personal Injury Suit

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If you are currently a plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit, you need to think twice before you sign into your favorite social media accounts. During a personal injury lawsuit, the defense has the right to subpoena personal information about you through the discovery process, including how you spend your time online. Here are a few tips for using social media while engaged in a personal injury suit. Keep Your Posts In Check

5 May 2015

Fault Vs. No Fault Divorce: What Are The Differences?

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If you and your spouse are planning to file for divorce, you need to decide if you are filing for a no fault or fault divorce. No fault divorces are more common, but there are some petitioners who prefer to file a fault divorce. Before filing, here is what you need to know about no fault and fault divorces.  What Is a No Fault Divorce? A no fault divorce means that neither person in the marriage is claiming that the other did something to cause the divorce.

29 April 2015

Damaged Goods? 3 Tips for Getting Your Money Back

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When you own your own business, things don't always go as planned, especially when it comes to ordering product. Not only is it relatively common to not receive items you ordered, you might find that a very small percentage of your receivables are damaged or shorted to the extent that the whole shipment is useless. Fortunately, most vendors will gladly replace the product or refund your money without much fuss. However, there is bound to be a time when you and a vendor cannot come to an amicable agreement.

29 April 2015