Appealing A Criminal Conviction: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 20 July 2015

When a defendant is found not guilty during a criminal court case, that is merely the end of the trial. However, this is not necessarily the case if the defendant is found guilty. In criminal court cases, if an individual is found guilty, there are many times when he or she can appeal the case, which is to say that he or she was found wrongfully guilty for one of a number of reasons.
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3 Things You Should Know About Postnuptial Agreements

Posted on: 7 July 2015

Marriage is designed to be a lifelong endeavor; however, approximately 50% of all marriages end in divorce. If you recently got married and did not have a prenuptial agreement, but are now worried about the way things are going, it might be a good idea to look into getting a postnuptial agreement. If you are wondering what they are, why they're used, and how to create one, here are the answers you need to know.
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Plea Bargaining: 3 Things You Should Know If You Are Facing Criminal Charges

Posted on: 16 June 2015

According to Find Law, approximately 90% of criminal cases are closed through plea bargaining, but does this mean that a plea bargain is right for you? Before you can decide what to do, you will need to hire and talk to a criminal defense attorney. As you talk with your attorney, there are three things he or she is likely to discuss with you relating to plea bargains. What Is a Plea Bargain?
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4 Factors Often Involved In Serious Prison System Personal Injury Cases

Posted on: 21 May 2015

Time in prison is meant to punish guilty parties for their crimes in a humane and just manner. Humane treatment must include prompt access to medical care provided by professionals able to accurately diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions. Unfortunately, recent investigations revealed that prisons across the United States lack the medical response, capabilities and equipment to keep inmates healthy throughout their stay. In fact, the lack of medical care has lead to permanent disability and even premature death of inmates unable to seek help for themselves.
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