Many commonly asked legal questions can be answered without the need for an in-person consultation, saving you time and money.
I was convicted of a crime when I was 14 years old, and now I want to get into college. How can I get this negative information off my record?
Because juvenile convictions are confidential, you may be eligible to seal your criminal records. You should act as soon as possible, to prevent sensitive information from being disseminated.
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I was arrested recently and made bond, but I am still waiting on my court date. Is it too soon to hire a lawyer?
ABSOLUTELY NOT! There may be options available to take care of your case outside of court, but time is of the essence.
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I'm already on probation for a felony, and I got picked up on a new misdemeanor. What can I expect?
You need to be prepared to deal not only with your new offense, but with sentencing options that still exist on your original conviction.
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I want to go to trial on my case. Should I go to a judge or a jury?
The decision about whether to try your case to a judge or a jury is a complex one that depends on the nature of the charge, the judge of the court, and the amount of time/money that you are willing to invest.
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