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Driver with 3 felony warrants faces 8 additional felonies

Traffic stops are often viewed as inconvenient, if nothing else. No one likes to get pulled over; however, even if a citation is issued, this is minor compared to other criminal charges. Nonetheless, motorists should be aware that something that starts out like a simple traffic stop could turn into a serious criminal matter.

Using self-defense as a defense strategy

Most people think of others as being generally good people. While this can be true, the reality is that even the kindest individuals are capable of doing bad things. Violence against another person is a serious situation and a serious allegation that could result in a person facing harsh criminal consequences. Because of this, it is vital to understand what defense options may be available in order to reduce charges or avoid conviction.

What is the definition of assault in the state of Iowa?

Getting into an altercation is not an ideal situation. However, individuals in Iowa and other states could find themselves in this predicament. Because this can be a hostile and even dangerous situation, this could result in law enforcement being called. If a person is arrested following an altercation, he or she could be charged with an assault. In these matters, it is important to understand the definition of this crime, what evidence has been collected and how this information could be used to assert a defense against these allegations.

Drunk drivers cause accidents and fatalities in Florida

A drunk driving accident can result in significant damage and hardship in the life of a victim. That individual may have to suffer through years of recovery in order to mend their injuries and overcome their fears of being involved in a life-altering crash. For others, surviving a drunk driving accident may not be a guarantee. Fatalities from drunk driving crashes in Florida are both devastating and common.

Understanding what racketeering is

People organize for various reasons; however, a common purpose for this action is to act for a common purpose. In many instances, organizing a group is lawful and considered beneficial for individuals and society. In other cases, organized individuals can be harmful and detrimental if the common purpose is to complete illegal acts. Organized crime can take on various shapes, one of which includes racketeering.

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