No Idea Why You Got A DUI? 3 Steps To Prepare Your Defense

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Even if you always vowed to be responsible and never drive under the influence of an intoxicating substance, you can, unfortunately, still face charges that you never imagined would be an issue. Sadly, DUI charges sometimes do happen to innocent people. Whether you are dealing with an overzealous law enforcement agency or may have inadvertently taken a substance without your knowledge, it is important to protect your reputation by following these three steps as your DUI lawyer helps you prepare a defense.…

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Two Ways To Safeguard Your Manhattan Restaurant From ICE Raids

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If you run a restaurant in NYC, then you understand what a hot topic current immigration law is. Most restaurant kitchens are staffed by immigrants, and many of those immigrants are undocumented. While you might not have spent much time in the past vetting your employees, that sort of negligence can come back to haunt you. If you happen to be visited by ICE officers who are conducting a raid of your kitchen, you might end up in legal trouble for hiring and employing persons who are not legally here.…

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Why "Over/Under The Legal Limit" Is Not A Driving Guideline

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Some people use their state’s blood alcohol limit as a guideline for driving while intoxicated. Any DWI attorney will tell you that that is not what is meant by “over the legal limit” or “under the legal limit.” Here is why you were still arrested for a DWI when you used blood alcohol levels as a driving guideline. Driving After Drinking Is Illegal, Period Driving after having a drink or having ten drinks is illegal, period.…

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