2 Questions You May Have About Expungement

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Do you have a felony or misdemeanor charge on your criminal record that you are looking to have expunged? If so, you likely have questions about the process and what this actually means for you in the long term if the expungement is successful. Here are some things you need to know before moving forward. What Kind Of Charges Can Be Expunged?  Every state is different when it comes to what kind of charges are even allowed to be expunged, with some states being more lenient than others.…

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3 Times You May Need to Hire an Employment Lawyer

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Many states are beginning to adopt employment at will statutes. Essentially what this means is that employers do not need to show cause for termination if the employee is not under contract. Instead, an employer simply has the right to terminate the employment at will. Unfortunately, far too many employees take this to mean that they have no legal recourse against an employer who is acting in an unlawful manner, but this is not the case.…

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Common Surprises You Might Encounter After A DUI

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After you have been involved in a DUI accident, you may find that you’ll face several consequences in addition to the fines and imprisonment you might face for your DUI. For this reason, you’ll want to work with a DUI attorney to make sure that you have your charges dismissed. Job Loss You may lose your job as a result of a DUI. Some employers will fire employees if they are convicted, and others will not hire an employee who has a DUI.…

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