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What you need to know about the 4th Amendment

Written on December 13th 2017.

The 4th Amendment of the United States Constitution bars the government from conducting unreasonable searches and seizures.

The most common place the 4th Amendment is triggered is traffic stops. The stop itself is a seizure of your person, which triggers the 4th Amendment. Any subsequent search o… read more

How Pre-Trial Intervention Can Help You

Written on November 28th 2017.

Pre-trial intervention (PTI) is a diversion program available for certain first-time offenders; the program provides an alternative to going through the court system. Generally speaking, violent offenses are not allowed into PTI. It is also important to know that different Solicitor’s Offices have d… read more

What to do after a car accident

Written on November 7th 2017.

For those of us who’ve experienced or witnessed car accidents, they can range from frustrating to fatal. We’ve always been taught to “call the insurance company” right afterwards.

If you are injured in a car wreck, call your car wreck injury lawyer before speaking to the other driver’s insurance … read more

Posted in Car Wreck Injury

Supporting your loved one during a DUI defense case

Written on September 19th 2017.

As a family member, it’s only natural to protect and advise your loved one during life’s challenges. When he or she goes through something as painful and confusing as a DUI charge, knowing how to offer support and advice can be instrumental. The legal issues that often accompany a DUI defense case m… read more

Posted in DUI

Why I became a criminal defense lawyer

Written on August 25th 2017.

Ever since I was a teenager, I wanted to be a criminal defense lawyer. I thought the courtroom and trying cases would be fun – and I’d always found criminal law the most interesting. I also believed protecting clients’ constitutional rights would be very fulfilling.

After law school at the Univer… read more

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