Don't Blow It: Ignition Interlock Devices And Your DUI

If you've been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) then you are facing a number of potential punishments. Even first-timers can look forward to things like probation, classes, rehab, fees, and a massive clamp down on your driving privileges. One way to continue to drive after a DUI is to agree to an ignition interlock device. Read on to find out more about this way of curbing the use of alcohol while behind the wheel. [Read More]

What You Need To Know About Personal Property Memorandums

Estate planning is the only way to ensure that your assets are handled the way you want them to be after your death. Most people know about wills and trusts, but there is another important estate planning document that you may find useful when preparing for your eventual death. This document is known as a personal property memorandum. To ensure that your estate is fully prepared to be passed along to your heirs, you may find that you need to include a personal property memorandum in your legal materials. [Read More]

4 Things You Can Do To Help Your Attorney Win Your Medical Malpractice Suit

If you have been injured due to some kind of medical negligence, you may be able to sue the medical practitioner or facility where the injury happened. If you are thinking about suing, you are going to need to have an attorney who has worked with this kind of case in the past. There are several things that you can do to help the attorney that you hire to help you with your case. [Read More]

What Are Victim Impact Statements And Panels?

If you are convicted of a crime that either caused harm to someone or potentially could have caused harm to someone, you might face consequences that involve the victims of the incident or victims of other incidents. This can occur through victim impact statements or victim impact panels, and here are a few things to know about these things. What is a victim impact statement? When someone is hurt by a crime committed by another person, this person is considered a victim. [Read More]