March 25, 2020


Felony Probation Violation: Consequences of Violating Probation

Not all criminal cases end in jail time, especially those with minor misdemeanors, with some even being able to bail themselves out of jail. Often, a judge will see a misdemeanor and deem jail time to be a little too much, and most likely not commensurate, to the crime the defendant committed. In most states,

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Legal Speak 101: What Does “Case Disposed” Mean?

In this article of Legal Speak 101, we talk about the term “disposed” in reference to a case. Have you checked on the status of your case and found that it was disposed? Here’s what it means and what you should do next. What Does “Case Disposed” Mean? If your case status says that your

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Objection! What You Need to Know About Being a Trial Lawyer

Lawyers occupy a very strange position: on one hand, lawyers who work for big corporations or the X industry or as defense lawyers for (allegedly) corrupt politicians are almost-always universally despised, especially when you see how much they’re getting paid. But on the other hand, you have those honest, salt-of-the-earth Atticus-Finch types who take on

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