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Considering a Deferred Prosecution for DUI

A deferred prosecution is a provision in the law that says if you complete a treatment program, consume no alcohol, and do not use drugs, at the end of five years, your Driving under the Influence (DUI) charge will be dismissed from your record. Alcohol Deferred Prosecution To qualify for an...

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Your Guide to Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Workers' compensation insurance exists to protect workers after they become injured or ill in the workplace. However, the policies can be complex and difficult for employees to understand. Below is some information to help you understand your company's workers' compensation policy and the...

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Felony & Misdemeanor Charges (US)

Though none of us want to believe it can happen to us, the fact is, 1 in 3 Americans are arrested at least once in their lifetime. Further, most of us know little more about the law than what we see on television. In reality, the law is a complex system and the process is continually shifting and...

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The Differences between Fault and No Fault Divorce

Many of those experiencing the fallout from an upcoming divorce have little knowledge of the technicalities. For most, divorce is divorce, and its exact form seems unimportant when viewed in the grand scheme of things. But if you’re one of those who’s affected, it’s time to brush up on your...

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