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now for a case… of murder! (and also manslaughter) and the difference between the two murderer is killing someone with malice aforethought this is fancy lawyer talk for killing someone with a particular intent there are several ways you can kill someone that the law considers sufficient to show malice aforethought first it’s murder if

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What rights or privileges will an individual lose if they’re convicted of a felony? Hi, I’m attorney David Aylor of South Carolina and I’d like to briefly go over the rights and privileges an individual will lose if they’re found guilty of a felony. First of all, if you’re found guilty of a felony in

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now let’s talk about stealing people’s stuff there are several different crimes that cover this depending on how the stealing takes place taking someone’s stuff is larceny for the stealing to count as larceny you have to take it with the intent to permanently keep it from the owner so taking Aunt Agnes’ heirloom crystal

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Hello, congratulations on having your case expunged. My name is Jennifer Strange and I’m one of the attorneys at Higbee and Associates. I’m going to answer some commonly asked questions that people have after they have their case expunged. Now since your case has been expunged, it’s no longer considered a conviction. What that means

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so what if you don’t commit any crimes but you help someone else commit one you’re off the hook, right? surely being helpful isn’t a crime, it’s in the boy scout motto well there are crimes that cover being just a little too helpful you can be charged as an accessory which is hilariously ironic

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Hi i’m David Cantor with the Law Offices of David Michael Cantor and welcome to Arizona Criminal Law TV What i’m going to talk to you about today is what to do if your stopped for a DUI, I get asked this question all the time. If an officer stops you and says sir have

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I won my first DUI trial by saying one word, objection. How did I do that? Well I was a third year law student at Wake Forrest University. I was in a special program that allowed me to work with other attorneys during my third year. One of those rotations I was in the public

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My name is David Lewis and I’m running for justice on the Texas Fifth Court of Appeals. I’m a born and bred Texan. I got my undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin and my law degree from Baylor University where the faculty selected me as the outstanding law student. Out of law

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