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Defending against Juror Bias in Sex Crimes

The presumption of innocence until proven guilty is a cornerstone of criminal law in the United States. When a jury of peers will decide a case’s outcome, these peers on the jury come to the court with their own personal histories, experiences, beliefs and prejudices. These personal perspectives affect how jurors vote regarding guilt or innocence of the defendant. Juror…read more →

Pre-Charge Criminal Cases in Arizona

It is intimidating, frightening and confusing being implicated in a crime in Arizona, just as it is anywhere else in the country. You are likely unsure of how to proceed in your new case. Even if you have been questioned without being put in jail, then released, your problems are far from over. When you are released from custody after…read more →

Are Changes Required In Regards To Juvenile Offenses?

States like California have very harsh laws when it comes to juvenile offenders. As a result of these laws, many young offenders have ended up serving harsh and long prison sentences, which would not have been required had the law been simpler. These harsh penalties were imposed on offenders as part of a wave of harsh new laws that were…read more →

How does the Criminal Process Work?

When someone is stopped on suspicion of a criminal activity and arrested, that initiates a criminal process to determine whether the person is actually guilty of the crime or not. The initial stop or arrest is followed by a number of other processes as listed below: Arraignment – The initial step after the arrest is an arraignment where the specific…read more →

3 Differences Between a Criminal Case and Civil Case

The United States legal system is confusing. Between paperwork, hiring a lawyer and knowing how to best respond to legal cases, many people feel overwhelmed. However, one of the most basic elements of the legal system is its two core entities: criminal and civil court. While both operate under state and/or federal guidelines, these two court systems serve very different…read more →

What are the Common First Offender Charges?

If you’re a first time offender, then you’re likely scared and confused, and perhaps you’re looking for a potential way out. Besides, one act doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re a criminal, right? Being arrested for the first time, even if it’s just a mistake and you weren’t aware you were breaking the law, will carry certain penalties and must be…read more →

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