How to Handle Criminal Traffic Tickets

Hi, everybody. We’re going to talk about something we haven’t talked about in a while. But it’s one of the basics and the roots of the beginning of my practice. That’s traffic, criminal traffic, and specialties that come in traffic. The first point I want to touch about was just general infractions that anyone can…

Whether to Plead or Proceed to Trial

Defendants might find themselves standing at a crossroads when they have to decide if they should proceed to trial or not. At this point, regardless of the attorney’s belief, it’s the defendant that gets the final say in the matter. As long as the defendant’s decision is ethical and legal, the attorney has to act…

What Is An Injunction?

An injunction is a legal solution to a problematic situation that is imposed by the court. In simpler words, an injunction means that a party is to refrain from doing something or has to do something to resolve a situation. If you need more clarity on what an injunction is, let us enlighten you. Let’s…

The Legalities of an Indictment

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team recently indicted or and gotten guilty pleas from 33 people and three companies associated with the Russian collusion investigation. That group consists of five former Trump advisers, 26 Russian nationals, three Russian companies, one California man, and one London-based lawyer. Seven out of the group have already pleaded guilty. The…

Medicaid Fraud is a Serious Crime

In 2012, the Medicare Fraud Strike Force had uncovered $452 million dollars worth of false billings in seven cities across the nation. It was the biggest crackdown of Medicare fraud in history. More than 100 people (doctors, nurses, social workers) were arrested for suspicion of committing medical fraud. One of the allegations included workers at…