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Learning About Criminal Law Cases

Hello, my name is Trinity Michaels. Welcome to my site about criminal law. When I was a young kid, I would watch court cases unfold on the TV screen whenever I had the chance. My interest in this field developed into a lifelong passion that I pursue to this day. I would like to use this site to help you learn all you can about criminal law cases. I will cover how they begin, the steps involved in navigating them easily and the potential results of each case type. I will cover charges, sentences and other factors involved in criminal law cases. Thank you.

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3 Questions That Will Be Asked About Every Trucking Accident
7 August 2019

When a trucking accident lawyer reviews a case, th

The Risk Of Contempt Of Court For Failing To Follow Divorce Decree
8 July 2019

When you get divorced, you will end up receiving a

Jury Selection: What Every Criminal Defendant Should Know
29 May 2019

Jury selection, or the process known as "voir dire

How Are Cosigners Affected By Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Filings?
26 April 2019

Bankruptcy definitely has a lot of effects, and wh

Age Discrimination: Facts For Employees
27 March 2019

We all get older, but even so, there's no reason a

3 Questions That Will Be Asked About Every Trucking Accident

When a trucking accident lawyer reviews a case, there are bound to be some questions that will come up. These three concerns, however, are ones that will be addressed in every case. What Was the Most Proximate Cause? One of the first defenses drivers and their companies will reach for is that their actions were not the most proximate cause of what happened. A trucking accident attorney, on the other hand, will try to draw as straight a line as possible between those actions and the injuries that occurred. Read More 

The Risk Of Contempt Of Court For Failing To Follow Divorce Decree

When you get divorced, you will end up receiving a document that contains all the agreements and arrangements of the divorce and you and your ex will both have to follow what this document says. This document is called a divorce decree, and it is important to understand that failing to follow this could result in contempt of court. What is contempt of court? Whenever the court issues an order, you are legally required to follow it. Read More 

Jury Selection: What Every Criminal Defendant Should Know

Jury selection, or the process known as "voir dire" in legal terminology, is one of the most important tasks a criminal defense attorney has before trial. In fact, many people believe that the majority of trials are actually won or lost during the jury selection process itself! If you're the defendant in a criminal case, here are the answers to some of the most important questions you may have about the jury selection process: Read More 

How Are Cosigners Affected By Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Filings?

Bankruptcy definitely has a lot of effects, and while some are good, others might not be so great. One of the questions many people wonder when they are preparing to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy is how it will affect their cosigners. If you have debts that have cosigners on them, your cosigners will likely be affected if you file for bankruptcy. Here are several important things to know about this: Read More 

Age Discrimination: Facts For Employees

We all get older, but even so, there's no reason anyone should face discrimination in the workplace just because of their age. Unfortunately, it's clear that age discrimination in employment remains a serious problem, despite longstanding efforts to eliminate it. Here are some crucial facts that all older employees worried about this issue should keep in mind. Protected Many employees are protected from age discrimination by federal law. The law requires employers to avoid treating a worker in a discriminatory fashion due to age in all aspects of the employee/employer relationship. Read More