How to avoid an arrest

How to avoid an arrest

Common Sense I’m not trying to help you commit a crime.  The following info is How to avoid an arrest and police attention for whatever reason you may have.  I’ve noticed that a lot of silly mistakes have caused many of my clients to face some major problems due to a minor indiscretion. Think of this information as more commonsense…

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Can I Plead Not Guilty?

Yes, of course! It’s not a lie when you plead “not guilty” during an arraignment. An arraignment is usually the first hearing in court in front of a judge where a defendant makes a plea of “not guilty” or “guilty.” In fact, if it makes you feel better, change the words “not guilty” to mean, “I want to preserve my…

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What Happens on the first Day of Court

What Happens on the first Day of Court

THE PURPOSE OF ARRAIGNMENT Your first court date will begin with the judge telling you what charges have been filed against you. These charges will sometimes be the same as what you were initially ticketed or arrested for. In other cases, the charges will have changed. This is because the prosecutor in your case may disagree with the arresting officer…

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Women and Crime

Women and Crime

It’s unknown why more women and crime has historically had less coverage.  But recently, there seems to be more interest. It could be that more of their crimes are being reported as the new generation see women as more equal in rights and culpability.  In light of police brutality and unfairness of arrests for minorities, officers may also be forced…

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Do I have to talk to the police? Know your rights!

Do I have to talk to the police? Know your rights!

Most people are under the impression that you have to talk to the police or answer all of their questions.  It couldn’t be further from the truth.  It’s true we are all raised to respect the police and to fully comply with authority.  That usually means that the authoritative figure has a good reason to stop us and inquire about…

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