If you’re determined to fight a traffic ticket, you should meet with a traffic attorney to discuss the angle that you’ll take. One option that can sometimes be effective is to argue that the officer who wrote the ticket wasn’t in a good position to clearly see your alleged driving infraction. This can be a tough argument to make in many cases, but you may have a legitimate point if the officer was driving ahead of you at the time that he or she pulled you over.…Read More »
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When parents divorce, custody choices are sure to follow. This issue can naturally be emotional and therefore contentious. It pays to understand what is meant by the term sole custody with its physical and legal variations. Read to learn more about this important divorce issue. Sole Physical Custody When the parents or the judge decides that the child should reside with one parent primarily, that is sole physical custody. Both parents still have equal legal responsibility for the child, however.…Read More »
Following an injury, it’s common to have a series of discussions with the party that you believe was negligent in your accident. For example, if you slipped and fell in a gym, you might go back and forth with the gym owner about the status of your injury — and he or she may make some financial offers to you. If your injury has worsened or you’ve otherwise decided to hire a personal injury attorney, it’s common for him or her to ask that you stop communicating with the other party once you’ve signed legal representation paperwork.…Read More »