Were You Illegally Pulled Over When You Got Your DUI?

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The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution makes it illegal for law enforcement to carry out unreasonable searches and seizures. Because of this, police officers have to follow specific rules when they pull over cars and stop drivers. An … click to read more

Negligence Per Se and Personal Injury Claims

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Most personal injury claims are the result of a person acting negligently. Negligence occurs when a person fails to act as a reasonably prudent person would act in a given set of circumstances, and when those actions cause harm to … click to read more

Modifications of Child Support

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Child support payments are calculated based on equations that factor in many variables, including the earnings of both parents, the number of children, and the amount of parenting time each parent has with the children. In most cases, parents ordered … click to read more

Damages Caps in California

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When a person suffers injuries as a result of another person or entity violating the law, the injured person can recover monetary compensation for the harm that was done to them. In personal injury cases, this is most often the … click to read more

Mediation in Custody Battles

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The battle over custody of minor children is often the most emotionally charged aspect of a divorce case. Parents might have wildly different opinions about how much time each person should have with their children, and what the breakdown of … click to read more