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5 Things That May Mitigate Your Shoplifting Charges

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Shoplifting may or may not be a serious crime depending on the circumstances of your alleged actions. This means that you may be able to water down your charges if you give your defense the right approach. For example, you may succeed in lowering your charges if: The Item Was of Low Value All factors constant, stealing an expensive gold watch will not be treated the same as stealing a toy watch.…

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What College And University Students Need To Know About Drug Charges

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College life can be really stressful. Not only is a student expected to handle an enormous educational load, he or she may be working and coping with the realities of life without parental supervision for the very first time. Experimentation with drugs and alcohol is common – and so are drug charges. Unfortunately, college students facing even small drug charges have some big reasons to worry. Here’s what you should know.…

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What Can You Say When You've Been Arrested For A DUI?

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One commonly asked question surrounding DUIs is what can be said when you’ve been arrested for one. Many people believe that staying completely silent is the best option. However, this is actually going to make it seem as if you are guilty because you are trying to hide something. Instead, here’s what you should know about what can and cannot be said. Don’t Answer Incriminating Questions: While it’s best not to remain silent and to answer basic questions, such as your name, you should not answer any incriminating questions.…

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