Blog Posts in October, 2017

  • Tips of the Week

    || 23-Oct-2017

    If you have been placed on probation keep a log of all contact that you have with the Department of Probation. I always recommend purchasing a good old fashioned black and white composition notebook (the pages are not easily ripped out and they are sturdy). Keep track of each day that you visit probation, the days that you are drug tested and anytime that you call in by detailing the date, time ...
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  • Tip of the Week

    || 16-Oct-2017

    If you have had an order of protection issued against you make sure that you read it thoroughly. It is important that you abide by every order in the strictest sense. If you are friends with the protected party on social media then you need to block them to avoid accidentally sending them a message or having a message forwarded to them. An order of protection is a serious document and needs to be ...
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  • Tip of the Week

    || 9-Oct-2017

    Most people who have never had a connection to the law before have an inclination to trust police officers. To that end, when a parent learns that their child may have committed a criminal offense they want the child to be honest and tell them to be honest about what they have done. Honesty may be the best policy in most situations, but sometimes remaining silent is an even better policy. Never ...
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  • Tip of the Week

    || 2-Oct-2017

    Asking questions of your attorney is always a good idea. In the legal world there is no such thing as a stupid question. If you have a question, then ask!!! I love when my clients come to see me with a list of questions. This way we can go through the list at the conclusion of the meeting to make sure that I have answered all questions. Meeting with an attorney can be a nerve-wracking event. After ...
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