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What is a conditional or absolute discharge in Canadian criminal law?

15th November 2010
When individuals are charged with certain offences like domestic assault, theft, or even drug possession, conditional and absolute discharges are offered by the Crown Attorney as an appropriate sentence for the offence often followed by probationary per... Read >
Author: T.O. Criminal Lawyer

CALIFORNIA LICENSE APPLICANTS: AVOIDING THE MOST COMMON REASON FOR DENIAL OF THE LICENSE

19th August 2010
The single most common ground in California for the denial of a license for any of the 800+ occupational categories that must be licensed or credentialed by the State-- including Registered Nurses, Licensed Vocational Nurses, real estate salespersons... Read >
Author: License Advocates Law Group

Maine Felony OUI

12th May 2010
Although an OUI, operating under the influence of alcohol, offense may seem relatively minor, the state of Maine treats it as very serious. Your first offense is a misdemeanor in many jurisdictions, as is the second in a ten-year period, even though each ... Read >
Author: William Bly

Credit Card Fraud Punishment Can Range From A Slap On The Wrist To Incarceration.

02nd November 2009
There are a number of factors that determine what a credit card fraud punishment is going to be. The state where the offense occurred, the person's previous history of credit card fraud, and the amount of money involved are all contributing factors. But w... Read >
Author: John Phillips

Most Common Traffic Law Violations in California

16th September 2009
Each state creates and implements its own traffic laws not only to facilitate the flow of traffic but also to ensure the safety of the passing motorists. Traffic law violations not only endanger the motorist's life but of those around him as well. ... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

5 Types of Theft Sentencing for Theft Crimes

09th August 2009
Are you familiar with the sentencing of theft crimes? There are a variety of theft crimes out there from fraud to embezzlement, robbery, identity theft, and etc. There are many different types of theft sentencing for these theft crimes also.To begin with,... Read >
Author: Romel Whiteside

Examples to Learn From in Sentencing Theft

05th August 2009
If you have been accused of a crime, the first thing you want to know before you receive a theft sentence is "What type of punishment will I get?" Each theft sentence varies on a lot of factors. For each theft sentence: the jurisdiction, the state you... Read >
Author: Romel Whiteside

7 Types of Identity Theft Penalties

05th August 2009
Do you want to know more about theft penalties? Whenever a theft crime is committed, theft penalties for the crime, varies depending on where you live. Also, different states and jurisdictions have their own laws for theft crimes. It also depends on wheth... Read >
Author: Romel Whiteside

Just in Case You Were Wondering; Here is the Identity Punishment Theft List

05th August 2009
So you are probably wondering what the rules behind identity theft punishment are. There have been many laws that have been passed on identity punishment theft. In 2004, Bush passed a bill that made it tougher on criminals. With identity theft being o... Read >
Author: Romel Whiteside

7 Facts You Should Know When Faced with Misdemeanor Theft

31st July 2009
If you are charged with a theft crime, you can face a variety to penalties. Every state and jurisdiction has its' own rules so please be aware of that. There a number of factors that play into how someone is punished when sentencing ... Read >
Author: Romel Whiteside

Arizona DUI Laws

30th October 2008
While state DUI laws have many similarities, understanding the specifics of the laws in the state where you are driving will help you if you are ever accused of driving under the influence. In the state of Arizona, DUI laws state that you can be arrested ... Read >
Author: Cary B

Can I Get My DUI Expunged in California?

07th April 2008
Being charged for a DUI (Driving Under the Influence) in California means that your criminal record will be slightly tarnished. However, in certain cases there is a chance that the DUI charge can be expunged if you've been on "good behavior" during your p... Read >
Author: Maria Palma
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