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What Does A Drug Lawyer Do For You

August 14, 2018

A drug lawyer is a criminal defense attorney who represents someone who has been charged with a drug-related offense. Charges for drug offenses cover a wide range and could be a minor in possession (usually a misdemeanor), or possession with intent to distribute (almost always a felony). For example, if you are caught with more…

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Murder Lawyer – Divine Law, LLC

July 24, 2018

A murder lawyer, also known as a criminal defense attorney, works with defendants who have been accused of the crime of killing another person, representing them in a court of law. They spend a proportionate amount of time gathering the facts, analyzing critical information, handling all the legal paperwork that relates to the case, handles…

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What Does A Divorce Lawyer Do?

July 10, 2018

A divorce lawyer is an attorney who specializes in family law, handling a wide variety of issues from divorce, annulment and legal separation to child custody, support, visitation rights and more. A divorce can take weeks or months to become final, depending on whether it is a “fault” or “no-fault” divorce, contested or uncontested or…

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DUI Lawyer – Do You Need One?

June 25, 2018

What does a DUI lawyer do and why do you need one? Every state considers driving under the influence (alcohol, drugs) a crime – with the possibility of serious charges being brought against you, resulting in a criminal record.  A DUI charge is handled in a court of criminal law. You have the right to…

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CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY – DEFENSE OF ROBBERY CHARGE

June 12, 2018

An experienced Missouri criminal defense attorney defends persons charged with robbery. The state of Missouri recognizes varying degrees of robbery (referring to the amount of force or threat of force displayed in the act of stealing something from someone else). Chapter 569 of the Missouri Revised Statutes, Section 569.020, specifically states that robbery in the…

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