“It was only a few drinks. I’ll be fine,” you think to yourself as you drive off. Everything seems to be going okay — that is until you look up and see the flashing red and blue lights...
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A criminal conviction is serious and potentially life-changing. You stand the risk of losing everything you hold dear—your job, money, and most importantly, your freedom. Criminal charges cover a wide range of offenses, including DUI, drug crimes, gun...
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Bail Reduction Motion Philadelphia
Bail is generally set at the accused’s preliminary arraignment, which will usually occur hours after the arrest. The terms of bail can vary from being released on one’s own recognizance (ROR) or Sign On Bond (SOB) all the...
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Preliminary Hearing Philadelphia
In a criminal case in Pennsylvania, the preliminary hearing is a court date that will happen following the preliminary arraignment, almost always on a different day. Prelims, as they are called for short, usually happen within a few...
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Motion To Quash Philadelphia
First things first. The correct term is “Motion to Quash.” People often mishear, mispronounce, or search the Internet for “Motion to Squash.” Now you know. Also, Motions to Quash are called Writs of Habeas Corpus in many counties in...
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