Your real estate was likely one of the more expensive items that you have ever purchased, and it is important to protect this investment. Due to the importance of real estate, there is an entire body of law dedicated to dealing with the disputes that commonly arise in this area of life. The following couple of problems are relatively routine in real estate law, and understanding how these issues are addressed with help you to protect your investment in real estate. [Read More]
Understanding The VA Claim And Appeal System
After leaving the military, many veterans deal with the difficult task of transitioning to civilian life. It's more than looking for work and transferring military skills to civilian definitions, although this is a difficult task. The high-pace, often rough lifestyles of military service-members can lead to a lot of wear and tear. Whether you're worn down from years of service, suffering from a severe condition because of a specific event or both, the Veterans Affairs (VA) claim and appeal system may be yet another hurdle between you and moving on with your life. [Read More]
The Law And Your Right To Remain Silent
Countless crime dramas contain pivotal scenes where the suspect is taken into a tiny, windowless room and questioned. Many of these fictional accounts of police procedures leave out the reading of the Miranda Rights. Usually, the Miranda warning is given when the suspect is arrested, but a confusing situation exists for those who are in police custody, but not under arrest. The purpose of the Miranda warning is to give people the opportunity to avoid incriminating themselves while being questioned by keeping silent. [Read More]
What Exactly Is Disorderly Conduct And How Do I Fight The Charges?
Disorderly conduct is a very broad law that can encompass a variety of behaviors. Therefore, it is difficult to predict when you may be breaking the law, but the penalties can be severe, include fines or jail time and will also go on your permanent criminal record. The Reason for Disorderly Conduct Laws The purpose of the disorderly conduct law is to have a reason to arrest someone to prevent that individual from engaging in actions that could become dangerous. [Read More]