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February 2018 Archives

Defending yourself: Drug possession charges

Drug possession is a charge that encompasses many different circumstances. It could refer to someone who is in possession of prescription medications without a prescription, someone with heroin in his or her vehicle or someone in possession of a small baggie of marijuana.

What are soft-tissue injuries, and how long until they appear?

There are many kinds of soft-tissue injuries. Some occur immediately following an accident, while others don't appear for hours or days. For instance, if you suffer from an impact, a bruise may take time to develop, not fully developing for 24 to 48 hours. Until then, you may not notice how sore or injured you are.

What type of drug possession charge are you facing?

When faced with a difficult situation, you may not always immediately know where to turn. In some instances, you could have the ability to tackle the challenge on your own, but in other cases, you may need help. If you face a predicament in which police have accused you of a crime, you could feel that professional legal assistance may prove useful.

Remember these helpful tips after getting into a crash

You just started driving, so you know that the fact that you got into a crash isn't going to look good. You also know that it wasn't your fault. You were pulling through an intersection, and the driver to your right didn't stop for the red light. You know you're in the right, but you also need to protect yourself against the unfair assumption that all teens are bad drivers.

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