Why You Might Be Able To Be Bailed Out A Second Time

After you have been bailed out of jail, you are required to show up to court, and not doing so is referred to as a "failure to appear." If you fail to appear, a bench warrant might be issued for your arrest and you might forfeit the bail amount. However, you might be able to obtain a "failure to appear" bail bond. How a Failure to Appear Bail Bond Works [Read More]

3 Things You Need To Know Before Taking Out A Bail Bond For Someone

Taking out a bail bond for someone is not just a matter of whether you care for them or whether you believe they are innocent or not. There is a lot that goes into the bond process and you are putting yourself in a legally binding situation. The last thing you want to do is to walk into a bond office without any idea of what is going to be expected of you and what the process will be like. [Read More]

Distracted Driving And Your Motor Vehicle Accident Case

Were you in a motor accident that may have been caused by a distracted driver? This is a growing problem as more and more things vie for the attention of all drivers. But what exactly is distracted driving? And how can you prove it during a personal injury case? Here's what every auto accident victim needs to know.  What Constitutes Distracted Driving? When they envision distracted driving, most people tend to think about someone using their cell phone to either talk or text. [Read More]

3 Reasons Why You Should Contact A Lawyer After A Domestic Violence Incidence

In many cases, domestic violence occurs when there are underlying issues within a marriage or other romantic relationship. As a victim, you may feel trapped and unable to escape the situation, which leads to an escalation of violence over time. Even if you're not sure whether you want to take legal action, it's smart to get in touch with a lawyer as soon as possible after the domestic violence incident. You may need a lawyer to help you navigate the complex criminal justice system. [Read More]