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Don't wait too long to start on your defense strategy

In our recent blog post, we discussed how the investigative process plays an important part in the criminal justice process. If you recall, there are some instances in which errors will be made during this process. It is up to your defense team to try to fish out those errors so that we can use them as part of your defense.

The investigative progress matters in criminal cases

Many criminal cases hinge on the information that is collected during the investigative process. Understanding how the investigative process works can often help people who are facing possible criminal charges. The way that this process works can vary from one case to another; however, there are some basic components that remain fairly constant in almost every investigation.

Defense options for larceny depend on what happened

When you are charged with larceny, you are facing possible fines and incarceration. You are also facing a criminal record that could lead to issues with basic necessities like employment and housing. With that in mind, if you are facing these charges, you should seek experienced legal guidance as soon as possible.

Trial pending for middle school student accused of stealing milk

In the current state of the economy, municipalities and other government entities are having to find ways to cut costs so they can stay within budget. It seems like a bit of a ridiculous story when you read a headline stating that a middle school student is facing charges over an incident involving a $.65 carton of milk.

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