What Should You Do When You Face Criminal Charges?What Should You Do When You Face Criminal Charges?


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What Should You Do When You Face Criminal Charges?

I do my best to stay out trouble with the law. I avoid conflicts and try to help others do so as well. But a few years ago, trouble found me. My ex was quite angry with me after our breakup. Instead of moving on and finding someone else, my ex decided to frame me for something I didn't do. My ex called the authorities and filed abuse charges against me. I explained the situation to the police but they arrested me anyway. I later found out through my criminal attorney that this was illegal. It was my ex's word against mine at the time and I shouldn't have been arrested that day. After spending months clearing my name, I decided to help other victims of unfair crimes. If you need information on criminal law, read my blog. You don't have to fight injustice alone. Good luck.

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Why A Breathalyzer May Give A False Positive Reading

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Testifying In Court And Pleading The Fifth In Your Criminal Case: 2 Major Topics To Understand

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3 Ways To Fight A DUI Charge In Court

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Has Your Loved One Been Arrested? Understanding The Seven Steps Of The Criminal Process

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