What Should I Expect From Unsupervised Probation?

Posted on : July 11, 2021
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People who have been found guilty may be sentenced to probation. There are two types of probation: supervised and unsupervised. Here are the specifics of unsupervised probation, including what to anticipate and how to get the legal support you need after being charged with a crime. Unsupervised Probation Defined  Unsupervised probation does not involve random Read More

What Is Illegal Search & Seizure?

Posted on : June 8, 2021
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The United States Constitution was written to restrict the authority of the police and government officials over the American people, while giving them enough to maintain peace within U.S. communities. By prohibiting authorities from searching the property or person of citizens, the Fourth Amendment safeguards the right to privacy.  How a police search is conducted Read More

What’s Next If I’m Charged With Acting As a Criminal Co-Conspirator?

Posted on : May 14, 2021
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It’s a common misconception that if a person didn’t commit an actual crime, they can’t be considered legally responsible for any part of it. However, you could be charged with  conspiring to commit the crime, and proving your innocence can be tough. You’ll need strong evidence that illustrates how you were uninvolved in the incident. Read More

When Can I Get An Expungement?

Posted on : April 22, 2021
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Facing criminal charges is difficult and may leave you wondering if you have any options to mitigate the damage of being convicted of a crime will have on your life. You may find it difficult to get a job, buy a house, or even apply to college. Fortunately, not all criminal records are permanent. Some Read More

What’s Next If I’m Charged With Acting As a Criminal Co-Conspirator?

Posted on : April 19, 2021
Brooklyn Arrest Lawyer
It’s a common misconception that if a person didn’t commit an actual crime, they can’t be considered legally responsible for any part of it. However, you could be charged with conspiring to commit the crime, and proving your innocence can be tough. You’ll need strong evidence that illustrates how you were uninvolved in the incident. Read More

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