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Monday, 27 January 2020 / Published in Law
Language is important. Do you remember the debate years ago about the need to tax the estates of people with wealth over a certain sum? The details are not important; rather, it is how the debate was won that matters. Estate taxes are something paid by only the very wealthy. So, 99% of the population,
Thursday, 19 December 2019 / Published in Law
If you have been arrested for and/or charged with a DWI in Arkansas, you face serious penalties such as jail time, fines, and license suspension. However, there are certain actions you can take to either get your charges reduced or your entire case dismissed. Many people make mistakes that typically jeopardize their chances of obtaining the best
Thursday, 19 December 2019 / Published in Law
If you find yourself being arrested by the police, it’s easy to become stressed and overwhelmed. In this frantic state, particularly if you have never been arrested before, you could very easily make a mistake that can significantly harm your case and impact your ability to obtain a successful outcome. And the worst part, you
Thursday, 19 December 2019 / Published in Law
Following an accident, it is natural for injury victims to feel wronged, angry, and helpless. These emotions can sometimes make a victim want to take legal action as soon as possible but, in many cases, it is up to their injury counsel to stay their urgency and wait for something called maximum medical improvement, or
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