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Suppression of Evidence in Criminal Cases

Criminal defense is a complex practice area that requires in-depth knowledge of criminal law. One critical facet of criminal defense is suppression of evidence, which can drastically affect the outcome of a criminal case.

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What to do When Charged With a Felony

What to do When Charged With a Felony

Once you have been formally charged with a felony offense, there’s a very good possibility that you have already been arrested, fingerprinted, ID’d, interrogated, and spent some time in jail before bail could be set. At arraignment, you will be required to appear in court to enter a plea, which should be “not guilty.”

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