New Car Safety Features Under the Microscope

With all the advances in technology, we’ve recently entered a new era in car safety. Instead of focusing on reducing injury and death in a crash, today’s safety features aim to prevent an accident in the first place. Hopefully, the new tech covered below will help...

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Perjury

Perjury is defined as (1) having taken an oath before a competent tribunal, officer, or person, in any case in which a law of the United States authorizes an oath to be administered, that he will testify, declare, depose, or certify truly, or that any written...

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Strategizing a Criminal Defense

It can be scary to think of how your life could be impacted in the even that you are convicted of a crime. There are a number of ways that a criminal conviction could affect you including: loss of employment, expensive legal fees, and time away from family and...

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Don’t Make these Mistakes in Your Personal Injury Case

Let’s say you’ve been injured in a car accident and you’re pretty certain it’s a slam dunk case against the other driver. Nothing is a sure thing, and that is particularly true with personal injury cases. The strongest case can fall apart like a house of cards and you...

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How to Defend Yourself Against a Speeding Ticket

When you're faced with a speeding ticket, you aren't limited to paying the ticket and going on your way. In fact, there are ways you can defend yourself against this violation so you may reduce or eliminate the penalties. While it’s generally a good idea to consult...

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Conflicts Between Federal and State Laws on Marijuana.

It is Time for Congress to Act! By Hon. David Albo.  Member Virginia House of Delegates 1994-2017 (Retired).  Chairman of House Courts of Justice Committee 2008-2017.  Mr. Albo is presently a practicing criminal/traffic law attorney and government affairs...

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What to Expect During Your Accident Claim or Lawsuit

An accident brings stress, uncertainty and a great deal of worry into your life.  There’s a bunch of moving parts that start going full speed after you’re in an accident.  Medical bills, liability, driving records, insurance, and plenty more are just some of the...

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