What Proof do You Need for a Restraining Order?

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When it comes to advising on restraining orders, most focus on the process of getting one rather than the evidence you need. But without proof, who cares how easy or difficult the process is? Obtaining a restraining order is similar to any other legal proceeding, and the person making the order fills out the required …

Why is Moonshine Illegal?

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In recent years, Moonshine has been enjoying a sort of come-back. The discovery channel so much hyped moonshines with the help of “Moonshiners,” the TV show, fans were forced to buy distilling gadgets to prepare their moonshines. So, now the question is, why is moonshine illegal? Let’s get in-depth to understand it better. Still, if …

Lewd as an offense- What does it mean?

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Meaning of lewd The word “lewd” means something that is sexually promiscuous or lustful. Synonyms of lewd are vulgar, indecent, obscene, and lascivious. Lewd means a sexual act that offends community standards of decency. It is a sexual crime that often involves a child where physical penetration is unnecessary and is a felony offense. Penalties …

Can You Get Arrested at an Arraignment?

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Before answering whether a person can go to jail at an arraignment, let us first become familiar with the general arraignment procedure. The article will help you understand all the essential details about whether you can go to jail for an arraignment.  In case you are charged with committing a crime, there are many different …

What is an Arraignment: All You Need to Know

what is an arraignment

An arraignment is the first step in a criminal proceeding where the defendant is brought to trial before the court to hear the charges against them and enter a plea. They are brought either the same day or the day after the arrest and charged before a magistrate. At that time, the defendant learns about …

What is a High BAC for a DUI Case?

What is a High BAC for a DUI Case?

In every state in the United States, the legal limit for blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is 0.08 percent (except for CDL drivers who drive vehicles during detention and underage drivers).  If your BAC is 0.08 percent or more, you are about to be arrested for DUI. As you drink, your BAC increases; hence, BAC and …