Close Menu
+
Better Understand the Law

Category Archives: Criminal Defense

What Makes A Well-Rounded Lawyer?

By Attorneys.org |

A lawyer’s proficiency in their chosen specialty hinges on a combination of knowledge, skills, traits, and resources. Though obtaining a law degree is an essential first step, several other elements contribute to a lawyer’s expertise in a specialized domain. In-Depth Knowledge: A lawyer excels when they have a thorough understanding of the laws, regulations,… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Overview About Lawyer Fees

By Attorneys.org |

Money is often the number one cause of misunderstanding between a client and attorney.

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

What Is Manslaughter?

By Attorneys.org |

Learn the difference between the two types – voluntary and involuntary.

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Criminal Law

By Attorneys.org |

Our general overview of criminal law – what constitutes a criminal act beyond a reasonable doubt?

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Why OJ Simpson was acquitted of murder yet found liable for wrongful death?

By Attorneys.org |

End results can be very different depending on whether a case is in criminal or civil court – the burdens of proof aren’t the same.

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Criminal Law Glossary

By Attorneys.org |

Criminal law has its own language – understand the legal jargon so you don’t get lost.

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

How to Identify Criminal Cases and Personal Injury (Civil) Cases

By Attorneys.org |

It’s important to understand the differences to determine which type of case you are involved in.

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Should I answer police questions?

By Attorneys.org |

Whether you are innocent or not, never answer police questions without an attorney present.

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Will I be sentenced to jail?

By Attorneys.org |

Whether you’ll be sentenced to jail depends on the particulars of your case. There are factors that may mitigate it.

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Do criminal defense attorneys take all criminal cases?

By Attorneys.org |

Most criminal lawyers handle a variety of cases but some may specialize on your specific case type.

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn