What Is Maritime Attorney?

December 5, 2012, by GuestBlogger.

Anything that is related to the sea let it be an object or an activity is known as Maritime. It is an adjective. About: Every field has its own rules and regulations. In the same way the marine sector also has many rules and norms which have to be followed. A maritime attorney is the […]

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What to Look for in a Criminal Lawyer

December 2, 2012, by GuestBlogger.

When you find yourself in a tough spot, it may be time to find a criminal lawyer. Many people never think they are going to be faced with such a situation where a criminal lawyer is necessary so aren’t properly prepared. If you are looking for the right lawyer, then there are a few things […]

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The Initial Reason You May be Pulled Over by the Police

November 25, 2012, by GuestBlogger.

When a police officer pulls you over, you can’t help but wonder why the officer asked you to stop since you’ve been diligently driving along. You know that you didn’t break any traffic law, so why did the cop stop you? Well, first and foremost, a police officer must have a valid reason for asking […]

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Five Things To Do If You’re Pulled Over By Police

November 9, 2012, by GuestBlogger.

Occasionally we can have a run-in with the law and come into contact with a police officer. Even if we haven’t done anything wrong, we may feel nervous and not represent ourselves as we should really. This may illustrate itself in an overtly defensive or even hostile nature. We may not be able to present […]

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4 Things You Must Do Straight Away If You’re Planning To Claim For Unfair Dismissal

November 8, 2012, by GuestBlogger.

Having a job is so important to nearly every single person in the country. It means you can provide food and shelter for your family which is crucial. Especially in the last few years when everything seems to be getting turned upside down. The economy is worse than ever and prices seem to be going […]

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Northern California MMA Fighter Pleads Guilty to Murdering His Sparring Partner

October 24, 2012, by GuestBlogger.

A mixed-martial arts fighter Jarrod Wyatt pled guilty to murder and mayhem after killing his sparring partner, Taylor Powell. Murders occur all day everyday in this country but the gruesome details of what transpired in March 2010 makes this incident seem like something out of a horror movie. This murder involved the use of hallucinogenic […]

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Am I an Accomplice to a Crime?

October 24, 2012, by GuestBlogger.

Many movies have been made about sneaky accomplices to serious crimes; and sometimes, being an accomplice is glamorized. But these sly individuals, though they do not take part in the real crime, have hands that are as dirty as those who perform illegal acts. They may only be the car drivers to an armed robbery […]

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Deciding Where You Stand on the War on Drugs

October 17, 2012, by GuestBlogger.

There are probably few more polarizing issues in the political process today than the decades-long “War on Drugs”, as first declared by former President Richard Nixon over 40 years ago. Although the times have certainly changed since the flower-child days of the 70s when drug abuse was rampant, the United States still spends billions of […]

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Arrest Warrant – What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

October 14, 2012, by GuestBlogger.

For instance, you’re in a nice restaurant with your family having a scrumptious dinner in celebration of your daughter’s graduation. You were just about to get a bite of that succulent lobster when, all of a sudden, two policemen approach you and tell you that you’re under arrest. They help you up and handcuff you, […]

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ICE Ices Juvenile and Others at Notre Dame Tailgate

October 12, 2012, by LawBlogger.

Indiana State Excise Police Officers, working as part of the Intensified College Enforcement program, or ICE, arrested 72 and charged 99 in alcohol-related charges at the Notre Dame football game on Sept. 22, 2012. ICE is a program that is designed to reduce underage drinking and access to alcohol at the following college campuses: Purdue […]

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