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Want to stay on top of new developments in tax law? We've compiled a list of the most influential tax attorneys and tax law experts who are talking about it on Twitter.
Many different kinds of evidence can be used in a court case. However, they have to adhere to certain standards in order to be admissible. Here's everything you need to know about evidence...
While there are many reasons why an applicant may not receive a job, or why an employee finds themselves terminated, there are several tell-tale signs that could point to a law-breaking and/or biased employer.
Being the victim of assault can be a traumatizing experience. To get the legal justice you deserve, you need to be aware of the different types of assault, as well as what to do after the incident.
Once charged with a crime, a person becomes a criminal defendant and the state has to prove its case against the suspect. Every criminal defendant has certain rights, whether caught in the act of committing a crime or not. Learn what these rights are...
A good debt settlement firm can definitely help you work with creditors to improve your financial situation. So, how do you tell the difference between the quality firms and the sleazy vendors? Keep reading.
The drama that unfolds in TV and movie courtrooms isn't just riveting—it's also unrealistic. Learn about the 5 legal things that would never, ever happen in real life.
Generally speaking, juveniles must be afforded the same basic constitutional rights that adults have in criminal cases. However, they don't always enjoy the same level of protection. Find out more here.
Disability determinations are based primarily on a claimant’s medical records. Claimants who do not have sufficient medical information to prove that they are disabled may be sent to a consultative examination (CE). Learn more about CEs here.
Alimony is a simple concept, but the details can get very, very complicated. Find out how it works in this Justipedia article.
Child support laws vary from state to state, but there are some general rules that apply to most if not all cases. Here, we answer your questions about paying child support.
Has the negligence/incompetence of a medical professional led to the injury or death of a loved one? Here's what you need to know about medical malpractice in a legal context.
When it comes to celebrity divorces, courts are obliged to make judgments based on the facts, not on media stories and public opinion. Here are some important lessons that you can learn from high-profile divorce cases.
Been involved in a serious car accident? In this article, you'll learn what to do following the incident, how to win your case, and get the biggest settlement possible.
Want to learn more about personal injury? We've compiled a list of the most influential feeds that are talking about it on Twitter. Check it out here.
Parents often feel responsible for their kids' actions. As it turns out, they may also be liable. Here, we take a look at what parents are legally responsible for when their children misbehave.
Lights, camera, action! Check out this infographic of the best legal movies of all time.
From arrest to investigation to sentencing, this article will help you understand how criminal charges move through the criminal justice system.
Attorney fees can vary wildly based on a number of factors. We provide some guidelines on how lawyers charge—and how you can reduce what you'll owe. Learn more here...
Michael Jordan, Mel Gibson, Neil Diamond... what do they all have in common? These high-profile divorcees have been involved in some of the most expensive divorce cases in U.S. history. Learn more about them and how much they cost.
Allocution is the name given to a specific point in criminal court proceedings that occurs after conviction and prior to sentencing. This is when the defendant can Read more
A fine is one form of punishment imposed when someone admits to or is found guilty of breaking the law. The amount of money that the person must pay may vary based Read more
Extrinsic fraud is the legal term for an action or actions taken to prevent someone from acquiring information or otherwise learning about their rights in certain Read more
In camera is a Latin term meaning "in chambers." When used in a legal context, it refers to a private hearing. Such hearings or discussions are usually held in the Read more
An inchoate offense is a crime that consists of planning to undertake another crime. Examples of this include conspiring with others to commit a crime; attempting a Read moreView All