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How Much Will an OWI Cost Me?

It’s no secret that an operating while intoxicated (OWI) charge is expensive. There’s the cost of hiring a lawyer and going to court – and if you lose the case, the fines and fees and surcharges you’ll deal with for years. But that’s not all an OWI will cost you. If...

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Did I Commit a Crime??!!

Sometimes people are accused of a crime that actually wasn’t a crime. Or, sometimes people do something and then begin to question whether what they just did might be a criminal offense. Information and knowledge is so valuable. You need to know exactly what constitutes a certain crime and what doesn’t.

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Always Talk to an Attorney

Sometimes people feel intimidated by attorneys and hesitant to talk to them. There are probably thousands of cases each year that go unaddressed or improperly handled. If you ever have a legal question, don’t just assume that it’s probably silly or a non-issue, call an attorney and make sure. Attorneys are just people and almost always are more than happy to talk with you and figure out if you actually need to hire an attorney.

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Possession. What is it??

Possession of a Controlled Substance. Possession of Marijuana. Possession with the intent to deprive. There are so many criminal offenses that involve possession, but what exactly is possession. There are two general types of possession that are involved in criminal offenses. You might think possession is an obvious thing, but it can be way trickier than that and it’s important to be properly informed.

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Should You Take the Alcohol Breath Test?

If you are pulled over and the police officer believes you have been drinking and possibly intoxicated, they will almost certainly ask you to take a chemical test. That test can be either a breath sample or a blood sample. If you refuse to take this test, you WILL lose your license for at least 1 year. You need to know all the issues involved in taking the chemical test before you agree or disagree to take it.

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Tell the Police NO!!!

If the police ever ask to search your car without a warrant, tell them NO! It is never in your best interest to comply with their request. You never know who may have left something in your car without your knowledge.

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