Blog Posts in 2013

Changes with the Department of Motor Vehicles and Hardship Licenses that took Effect July 1, 2013 (DUIS)

There are numerous reasons for which an individual may have his or her driver's license suspended. Multiple traffic violations, reckless driving and DUI are all reasons the Department of Highway ...
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The Issue with Unfair Guidelines for Federal Child Pornography Cases

Federal law defines child pornography as any image, photograph, video or other visual rendering of sexually explicit conduct involving a minor. These types of images do not need to be developed, ...
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Websites Hit with Lawsuits & Other Fallout for Alleged Violations of Arrestee Rights

Being arrested for committing a crime can be a very embarrassing and humbling experience. One moment you are going about your business just like you would on any other day, then suddenly you are put ...
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Higher Stakes for DUI Defendants as NTSB's recommends Lower BAC

On May 14, 2013 the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) voted unanimously to recommend that 50 states reduce the blood alcohol content (BAC) limit from.08 to.05 or lower. In addition to this ...
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