There are two phrases you never want to hear. Those are "You have the
right to remain silent" and "You’ve been served." If you've had the
unfortunate opportunity to hear either one of those phrases then you've
either gotten yourself into trouble with the law or someone wants to
disrupt your life in a big way. Chances are your very next thought
would be "I need a lawyer." As you begin to navigate your way through
the legal system, you should gather as much information that you can.
Fortunately, you've come to the right place.
This site provides a vast amount of up to date resources on all the
various state laws pertaining to divorce, bankruptcy, misdemeanor,
felony, or DUI charges. And theses resources are 100% free! Whether
you're in trouble now or know someone who is, this it one site you
should definitely bookmark among your favorites!
For years, Americans have been entertained by the dedicated (but
fictitious) cops and lawyers on such shows as "Law & Order" and
"CSI." After watching these shows we may think we know all about the
legal system but you can't solve real legal problems in an hour. The
truth of the matter is that once you've been arrested and charged with
any offense, it's serious business. It's the type of situation that not
only affects you but everyone around you.
Every state has different classifications for crimes committed within
their borders. You could be arrested for a misdemeanor
in Texas but charged
as a felon for the same crime in Illinois. Do you know the basic
difference between a misdemeanor and a felony? What are the punishments
for different types of crimes in your state? Can you remove an arrest
from your record? These are the types of questions you can find answers
to right here.
Many people who get stopped for a DUI admit it was a stupid mistake.
But that one error in judgment can have a devasting impact on the rest
of your life. A DUI arrest is now a part of your permanent record which
means any potential employer or loan officer can run a background check
and prevent you from getting that new job or obtaining a mortgage.
Did you know that in some cases you can have your DUI arrest record
expunged, which means removed from any background check? Does your
state allow for DUI expungement? What are the punishments for a DUI
conviction? Find out the specific DUI laws for your state before you
call a lawyer.
Bankruptcy & Divorce
There are some people who might think that bankruptcy and divorce go
hand in hand. The truth of the matter is that just like criminal
offenses, bankruptcy and divorce laws vary from state to state. People
faced with the challenges of bankruptcy or divorce are dealing with
some very complicated legal issues as well as potentially painful
A small measure of comfort can be found once you know all your options.
With all the resources on this site at your disposal there is no excuse
for becoming fully informed about any legal matter you might be facing.
Remember that this site is not designed to take the place of real legal
advice from an attorney - if you are currently involved in a legal
matter you should contact an attorney today.