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Feb 23, 2022

Effects of Divorce That No One Talks About

By |February 23rd, 2022|Divorce|0 Comments

When you think of divorce, your mind probably goes to the negative aspects that come with it. You may think of lengthy courtroom procedures and heated arguments. While this may be the case in some divorces, not every divorce is battle worthy of a Netflix movie. While there may be some areas of contention, there [...]

Feb 16, 2022

Cannabis Edibles Are Making Kids Sick

By |February 16th, 2022|Criminal Defense Law|0 Comments

The legalization of cannabis is becoming more common across the nation, for medical and recreational purposes. As a result, children are inadvertently ingesting marijuana and becoming seriously ill. On the national scale, these incidents are increasing. There were a reported 187 marijuana edible exposure cases for children 12 years and younger in 2016. In 2020, [...]

Feb 9, 2022

In Modern Divorce, No One Moves Out

By |February 9th, 2022|Divorce|0 Comments

When you hear the word divorce, do you think of going to war with your ex? In today’s day and age, this is no longer the case for many couples. in fact, some couples may not appear divorced at all, because they’re still sharing the family home. A recent essay in the New York Times [...]

Feb 2, 2022

License Plate Readers Lead to Drug Bust in Lebanon, TN

By |February 2nd, 2022|Criminal Defense Law|0 Comments

Earlier this month, Lebanon police officers made an arrest that theoretically took drugs and other paraphernalia off of Tennessee streets. However, the way in which they went about this is a highly debated topic. They used controversial surveillance technology to make a stop and arrested a 22-year-old. The technology they used is license-plate-recognition software that [...]

Jan 19, 2022

The Elements and Penalties of Human Trafficking Crimes

By |January 19th, 2022|Human Trafficking|0 Comments

A crime attracting national attention over the past few years is human trafficking. Human and sex trafficking is a crime that can occur anywhere with anyone, in a variety of forms. For example, in November 2021, a Delaware-based truck driver was arrested in Cocoa, Florida, and charged with six felony counts, including human trafficking, kidnapping, [...]

Jan 5, 2022

Can I Get More Child Support?

By |January 5th, 2022|Child Support|0 Comments

As a parent, you can personally testify about how the pandemic has affected your household’s finances. Your grocery bill may be a little steep because your children are learning remotely and home all the time. Maybe you were one of the millions of workers whose hours were severely reduced, and it’s difficult to keep up [...]

Dec 15, 2021

New Cars Might Be Required to Have a Drunk Driving Warning System

By |December 15th, 2021|DUI|0 Comments

The $1 trillion infrastructure bill that was recently passed will initiate many changes for various modes of transportation. The bill will help to fund necessary improvements for roads, bridges, and different modes of public transportation. Amtrak in particular will have $66 billion set aside for freight and passenger rail improvements. In addition to public transportation, [...]

Dec 1, 2021

Breaking Down Felony Drug Charges

By |December 1st, 2021|Criminal Defense Law|0 Comments

Earlier this month, the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Deputies executed a search warrant at the home of Chris Appleby, a 33-year-old Amish man in Lawrence, Tennessee. According to various news sources, there were enough complaints lodged by neighbors to justify the warrant. It appears that justification was right. During their search, law enforcement officials discovered about [...]

Nov 10, 2021

What Are the Signs of High-Conflict Divorce?

By |November 10th, 2021|Divorce|0 Comments

There are many indicators that your divorce may be contested by your spouse. Physical abuse is the most widely recognized red flag, but there are often other signs that you could be headed for a contentious split. At the Law Offices of Adrian H. Altshuler & Associates, we’re ready for high-conflict cases. Often, there are [...]

Nov 2, 2021

Obsessed with True Crime Docs? It May Be Ruining How You See the Justice System

By |November 2nd, 2021|Criminal Defense Law|0 Comments

While true crime has always been an obsession for Americans, there has been an increase in true crime influencers and online media in general. Netflix documentaries like Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer and American Murder: The Family Next Door give an interesting glimpse into how social media played a significant role in [...]

Oct 27, 2021

What Makes a Prenuptial Agreement Invalid?

By |October 27th, 2021|Family Law|0 Comments

Requesting a future spouse to sign a prenuptial agreement is not a sign of strife to come in a marriage.  There is a healthy and beneficial way for partners to initiate conversations about signing prenuptial agreements for future spouses; one of those ways does not include springing prenups on future spouses at the last minute. [...]

Oct 20, 2021

How Do Pardons Work?

By |October 20th, 2021|Criminal Defense Law|0 Comments

A pardon is a government decision that exempts someone from being punished for a crime. While the President (federal) or governor (state) has the right to pardon someone, the decision to pardon rests solely in the executive’s discretion. Once the decision is made to pardon someone or not, it is final and is not subject [...]

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