4 Reasons To Hire An Attorney After A DWI Arrest

A charge of driving while intoxicated (DWI) is very serious, and if you are pulled over and arrested for suspected drunk driving it is in your best interest to hire an experienced DWI attorney as quickly as possible. While you are not required to have an attorney after being arrested for DWI, trying to defend yourself in a court of law is usually one of the worst things you can do. [Read More]

Prerequisites For Applying For Marriage-Based Visa For Those Already In The U.S.

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requires the marriage-based visa applications to be made while the applicant is in their home country. You are supposed to do this from the U.S. consulate catering for your country of origin.  However, you may be able to make the application within the U.S. provided you meet these conditions: Prove You Entered the Country Legally If you are an illegal immigrant living in the U. [Read More]

How To Get Your Criminal Sentence Suspended

If you receive a suspended sentence, it either means you don't have to serve any time in prison or you only have to serve a portion of it. Getting a suspended sentence isn't a constitutional right, but there are a few steps you can take to boost your chances of getting one. Here are three common routes of getting a suspended sentence: Ask the judge Any defendant, even those facing serious crimes, has the right to ask for a suspended sentence. [Read More]

2 Reasons To Get Legal Representation For Your DUI Charges

If you have recently been charged with a DUI, you may be tempted to represent yourself in your case. However, self representation for driving under the influence is not always advantageous. Here are a couple reasons why: It is sometimes your word against that of a law enforcement officer. The decision to arrest you and charge you with DUI is basically that of the arresting officer. If he or she believes that your driving is impaired and thinks that drugs or alcohol may be involved, you can be charged with a DUI, even though your blood alcohol content is not high enough to exceed the legal limit. [Read More]