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DWI charges can be surprisingly serious. Many people are surprised to find out they can be charged with DWI while operating a motorized vehicle of any kind. This includes four-wheelers, motorcycles, golf carts, and boats. These charges include fines, imprisonment and frequently a loss of license…
Are you or a loved one facing theft charges? Theft is defined as taking the property of another without their permission or consent with the intent to deprive the owner of that property. The difference between misdemeanor theft and felony theft is the amount of the alleged loss….
The Law Office of David P Ward can handle all types of burglary and criminal trespass cases including, but not limited to burglary of habitation, burglary of a building, burglary of a motor vehicle, burglary of a coin-operated machine, and criminal trespass…
Assault, Sexual Assault and other assault criminal charges are very serious and can result in a person being incarcerated and deprived of one’s freedom…
Homicide is the act of a human being causing the death of another human being. There are both unintentional and intentional homicides, and many different types of homicides are generally treated very differently in human societies; such classes of homicide that can include murder…
Are you or a loved one facing drug related charges? A drug offense refers to the possession, use, sale or furnishing of any drug or intoxicating substance or drug paraphernalia, that is prohibited by law. Most drug offenses are felonies…
Juvenile Law is a subcategory of Family Law. Although a type of criminal law, juvenile crime law only deals with under-age individuals, who are treated very differently than adults in criminal law, and have their own courts of law….
Defendants caught (either by police or probation officers) violating a condition of probation are subject to having their probation revoked (taken away) and all or part of the original suspended jail or prison sentence imposed. Because one typical condition of probation…
A parole revocation hearing is a hearing before a hearing officer to address whether the defendant violated a condition of his parole. If the hearing officer is reasonably satisfied that the defendant violated his parole, the hearing officer may make recommendation to the parole board to send him back to prison…
Expungement refers to the process of sealing arrest and conviction records. Virtually every state has enacted laws that allow people to expunge arrests and convictions from their records. Though the details can vary from one state to the next, most states’ laws provide…
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