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Understanding coercion when you face criminal charges

Facing criminal charges is understandably frightening. If you care about your future and want to get your life back on track, it is imperative that you fight for your rights and clear your name. Doing this on your own is difficult, but with a legal representative to help, you can navigate the criminal justice system. One of the factors that any skilled attorney should consider is whether coercion played a role in the charges.

Using bankruptcy to deal with credit card debt

Are you racking up thousands of dollars in credit card debt and constantly missing payments? If so, you might be wondering about your best option. Maybe you have already tried negotiating with your creditors to lower your interest rate, but it has not worked. You might be considering bankruptcy but concerned about the impact it will have on your credit score.

Understanding the debtor education course after bankruptcy

Some may not be aware, but there are additional steps to take after you file for bankruptcy. In order to receive a discharge for your bankruptcy, you must complete the debtor education course. This makes it an important and critical step in your bankruptcy process.

Failing a roadside test while unimpaired

Although a law enforcement officer may think he or she has a valid reason to believe you may be driving under the influence of alcohol, there is a battery of tests that typically confirms or refutes the suspicion. Unfortunately, this Standardized Field Sobriety Test is not foolproof, and you run the risk of a DUI charge if you fail, even if you have not had a drop to drink.

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