Archive for March, 2017
Across the U.S., police departments are starting to adopt body cameras to ensure police misconduct is kept to a minimum and that definitive evidence is recorded to protect officers, victims, and alleged perpetrators alike. The recommendation to increase the use of these body cameras is really taking off, and 77% of police officers believe that body cams are more effective than the ones they have on their car dashes.
However, in order to be effective, these body cameras need to work in the way in which they were intended. And while New York City
In personal injury cases, timing matters. In the first instance, there’s only a limited period of time during which claims can be filed. This period may vary for minor children, and also for minor children who were accompanied by adults at the time of the accident that caused the injury. Second, as personal injury attorneys advise their clients, once the claim has been filed, it is best not to be in a hurry to settle. The long term consequences of injury take time to manifest themselves, and the costs should be factored into a settlement. The first step in filing a claim for personal injury is finding a good attorney who can advise any support you every step of the way.
What is a personal injury claim?
Personal injury claims arise out of injuries or harm caused to an i
Are you currently contemplating divorce? Are things with your spouse not the same as when you married them? Are you both so unhappy that a divorce is the only option? If you are considering divorce, you may also want to consider divorce advice from a divorce attorney. Divorces often bring up a lot of surprises between the spouses, even in the most predictable of divorce cases. Avoid costly surprises during your divorce proceedings with the services of a professional divorce attorney.
Ownership of possessionsYou may assume that the joint possessions will be equally divided among spouses. You may assume that your spouse is on the same terms as you are with who gets what. This is usually not the case. One spouse may feel that they are more deserving of high value items, either because they b
You may know it as “driving while intoxicated” (DWI), “driving under the influence” (DUI) or “operating under the influence” (OUI). It’s also commonly known as “drunk driving,” and no matter what you call it, it’s a crime.
So if you’ve been charged with this common but serious offense, here are 10 things you need to know.
- It’s complicated. Being arrested for a DWI, DUI, or OUI means that you’ve been caught driving “under the influence” — but that could mean the influence of alcohol, illegal drugs, or even legal drugs like sleeping aids. It also doesn’t mean you were driving a car. Driving other vehicles, like ATVs, golf carts, and sometimes even bicycles, can also be grounds for arrest.
You could be pulled over for driving erratically, but if