Getting arrested for a DUI, or driving under the influence, can lead to a lot of personal, professional, legal, and financial troubles. This is why you will want to make use of the following tips should you ever find yourself indulging in some alcoholic drinks at a party, wedding, or night out on the town.
Do Not Skip Out On Eating
Two drinks on an empty stomach will effect someone much worse than two drinks would when that person has been eating.
If you have a loved one who has been charged with a violent crime, they may still be sitting behind bars because their bail is so high or because no bail was set. As such, you may be looking to help obtain a violent crimes attorney to help them. If you have never been in this position before, you may not know what to look for in an attorney. Most criminal defense attorneys offer a free consultation where you can get to know the attorney.
When pursuing a gun injury case, it isn't just enough to show that the owner of the gun was negligent. You will also need to show causation, which is a fancy way of saying that you will need to prove that the owner's negligence actually caused your injury. Only then will you be able to recover damages from the gun owner. Here are the two things that the court will analyze to determine causation:
There has been much discussion in the news lately about suspected H-1B fraud that is taking place and the measures that are being put in place in order to combat this fraud. But truthfully, most people probably do not know, nor understand what constitutes fraud. If you suspect that H-1B fraud is occurring, here is some information you may need to know:
Exactly What is H-1B?
Each year, thousands of foreign nationals participate in a lottery.
When facing a criminal charge, one of the first things you will be asked to do is to enter your plea. The common pleas are "guilty" and "not guilty;" most people are familiar with these pleas. There is also a third plea, however, that many people don't understand well – "no contest." By entering a no contest plea (nolo contendere in legal lingo), you are telling the court that you neither agree to or deny the charges against you.