Knowledge Center

When it feels like the world is against you, knowledge is empowering.

Criminal law is complicated and broad, whether it involves drug crimes, traffic violations, domestic violence, or something else. And researching a specific crime can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve put together this collection of resources, including legal terms, typical charges, and ways we’ve helped clients successfully preserve their freedom.

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Possession of Schedule I Drugs

Possession of Schedule I Drugs

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PreTrial Diversion Programs

PreTrial Diversion Programs

For many young people, new freedoms, pressure from friends and the desire to take risks will lead to a mistake or two. It’s part of growing up and becoming more mature. But some mistakes come with steeper consequences than others: consequences that can limit an...



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Can I still drive after being arrested for DUI?

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