How Going Off The Grid Can Get You In Legal Trouble

Thinking about going off the grid, saving money, and having a simpler lifestyle? You may think how you live is your own business, but you would be wrong about that. If you ignore local and state regulations, you could end up in jail, and or suffer other penalties. The Size and Type of Your Dwelling Matters Some have turned to tiny dwellings which are easier to maintain, but these may not pass the local size requirements for homes. [Read More]

Understanding The Four Categories Of Criminal Accomplices

If you help or encourage another person to commit a crime, then the law considers you to be his or accomplice.  The act of being an accomplice is known as complicity. Complicity is a serious crime that (depending on your level of involvement) may attract the same charges and sentences as the actual perpetrator of the crime. Accomplices are categorized into four degrees depending on how involved and what part they took in the criminal act. [Read More]

Five Things That You Should Do Leading Up To Your DUI Court Case

If you have recently been charged with a DUI, the process leading up to your hearing can involve a lot of planning with your DUI attorney. Even the best plan of attack can be foiled if you make one misstep during the time before your trial. Here are five things that you should do while you are awaiting your DUI court case. 1. Steer Clear of Bars and the Party Scene [Read More]

Drug Charges: Beating The Rap

If you've been arrested for either possession or attempt to distribute any type of drug, there is little doubt you'r concerned about your future. While some drug charges are certainly valid, in many cases it can often be a matter of at the wrong place at the wrong time. For people facing these types of charges, the first thing to do is to hire a professional attorney who specialized in these types of cases. [Read More]