Nov 19, 2020

Election Day Sees Several States Make Big Changes in Drug Laws

By |November 19th, 2020|Criminal Defense Law|0 Comments

Many changes to drug laws were on the election ballot this November, with several states legalizing marijuana for medical and/or recreational use. One state, Oregon, eliminated criminal penalties for harsher drugs including cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine for smaller amounts. These initiatives ended up on ballots nationwide due to concerns that there are better ways to [...]

Nov 12, 2020

Can You Be Charged with a Crime if a Medical Emergency Leads to a Fatal Crash?

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Suffering a medical emergency while driving is frightening for you, the passengers in your vehicle, and all those around you on the roads. It can be nearly impossible to predict various medical emergencies, but there are some people who should not be driving based on their medical conditions. For example, those diagnosed with seizures might [...]

Oct 21, 2020

Who Can Benefit Most from Collaborative Law?

By |October 21st, 2020|Divorce|0 Comments

Collaborative divorce is a non-conventional way to move forward with illegal divorce. It allows both parties to resolve their differences and bring a dissolution to the marriage without much involvement by the court. For many, this alternative to a traditional divorce process is less stressful and less expensive, both financially and emotionally, to the entire [...]