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Ignition Interlock Devices: Consequences of Drunk Driving

Drivers should never drive drunk. Those who do are hazards, threatening not only their own lives, but the lives of […]

The Most Common Driving Citations

A vast majority of drivers have had at least one run in with ol’Johnny Law. It may have been a […]

Tuition Refunds for Law School Grads

Attending law school is an extremely trying endeavor. Law school entails three years of hard work and dedicated studying. It […]

Self-Defense, the Specifics of Protection

Victims of assault often report the trauma of their assault stays with them for the rest of their life. Truly, […]

Speeding Offenses in Arizona

Many drivers are unaware of the fact that there is more than one different form of speeding ticket that can […]

Felonies: The Baddest of the Bad

Felonies are the most severe form of crime an individual can commit in the United States. Felonies first appeared in […]

Misdemeanors: Just a Little bit of Crime

Breaking news, this just in: laws are complex! Comes as a shock doesn’t it? If you printed out every law […]

Class action: Men vs Might

How can a mouse hope to stop a charging elephant? It can’t. It can only scamper away, or choose to […]

Breaking Bad: Lawyer Seeks Supplemental Income

Who hasn’t been there before – a little short on funds for the month, with rent coming due and a […]

What is White-Collar Crime?

It seems like a strange term: White-collar crime. It was originally defined by a sociologist named Edwin Sutherland in 1939. […]