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August 16, 2019
If you're driving and have a blood-alcohol level over .08 percent, you could receive a DUI.
A pool is a summer luxury, but when guests are injured, you might be held legally accountable for their medical bills.
Multiple federal statutes make deceptive behavior used for personal gain illegal.
If you received money from a settlement, your work isn't over yet. Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may owe taxes on what you were awarded.
A burden of proof is a legal standard the prosecutor or plaintiff must meet to prove a legal claim is true.
If you lost a legal case or did not receive the compensation you sought, you may decide to appeal the judge’s decision.
Whether or not you can file a civil lawsuit after identity theft depends on your state law.
Is your past coming back to haunt you? Read on for more information about sealing criminal convictions so that you can move on with your life.
Railroad accidents can cause serious injuries, but when it comes to compensation, the waters can get murky.
Are you in a legal dispute? Learn the difference between civil and criminal proceedings and what to expect from each.
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