Why A Second DUI Charge Is A Lot More Serious Than A First

DUI laws vary from state to state, but all states view a second DUI charge more seriously than a first. When you face your first DUI charge, it is a lot easier to avoid major consequences from it, but when you commit a second DUI, you will likely face much harsher consequences. Here are some things to understand about the difference. A second charge makes you a repeat offender Courts are almost always more lenient on people who do not have any criminal history, and this is true with DUI cases. Read More 

4 Factors That Can Impact A Child Custody Case

If you're going through a divorce, you could likely be facing a custody battle if you have kids. This can be a very trying time, and it's in your best interest to think about the factors that will affect your ability to get custody of your children. There are things that can play in your favor or against it and knowing these can be helpful. 1. Amount of your income Read More 

3 Reasons To Hire A Lawyer For Help With A Loan Modification

Getting a loan modification might be the only way for you to save your house, apart from filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, but getting a loan modification is not the easiest task to accomplish. Loan modifications are difficult and complex, so here are three reasons you should hire a lawyer if this is something you need or want to pursue in the near future. To have a better chance of getting it approved Read More 

What To Do If You Think You’ve Been The Victim Of Gender Discrimination

Discrimination can take many forms. Age or racial discrimination is very hard to deal with because it deals primarily with judgments based on your looks. However, when you are discriminated against because of your gender, the emotional anguish can be extremely hard to get through. It hurts to think that someone has treated you unfairly simply because of your gender identity. If this has happened to you and you're not sure where to turn, the following information should be very helpful. Read More 

Violation Or Not? Checking Up On Your Arrest

The line between a violation of your rights and a lawful arrest can be extremely thin. If every action by law enforcement during an arrest situation was not carried out to the letter of the law, all evidence and the charges that followed could be thrown out" – making you free from a conviction. To help you understand the breadth and scope of your rights as guaranteed under the US Constitution, read on for some common arrest issues that might prompt defensive actions on the part of your criminal defense attorney. Read More