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How can you defend against conspiracy charges?

Criminal conspiracy is a charge that is often added along to other charges, like tax evasion or engaging in a pyramid scheme to defraud other people, when there are co-defendants on trial for the same crime. The prosecution usually theorizes that co-defendants who acted together must have planned their actions together at some point along the way and agreed to work together.

Charged with drug possession? Find a litigation defense attorney

If you've been charged with drug possession, look for an attorney who is prepared to litigate your case, not one that will automatically go for a plea deal with the prosecution for the minimum sentence possible. Otherwise, you could be trading your entire future stability for a quick end to your present problems. Here are a few things to consider.

Military divorce, children and the family care plan

Are you and your spouse military parents in the midst of getting a divorce in Ohio? If you said yes, then you have likely been concerned about your kids. Military divorces are typically more complicated than civilian divorces, and child custody matters especially complex. One of the biggest concerns divorcing military parents experience is what will happen to their kids if both parents are deployed at the same time.

These mistakes can hurt your financial stability after divorce

A divorce is a difficult time in your life, and you may want to do anything you can to make it end as quickly as possible. Remember that what you do now can affect you later, though, and it's not always a good idea to settle quickly. Here are a few mistakes that you should avoid for your own future security.

Health conditions that affect field sobriety tests

Law officers use FSTs, or field sobriety tests, to help estimate the blood alcohol content of a suspected drunk driver. Three tests have been approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: the horizontal gaze nystagmus, the walk-and-turn test and the one-leg stand. If you are arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, the prosecutor will use the results of these tests as evidence against you in court. However, there are various health issues that might affect the outcome of FSTs, making them an inaccurate indicator of a BAC level.

Accountant pleads guilty to embezzling $1 million from workplace

Embezzling, which is when you take funds or misappropriate funds that were given to you for business reasons. For instance, if you have a client who sells a home for $20,000 and you are supposed to receive $500 for the sale, taking anything more than that through false fees or fake withdrawals for services not rendered could be considered embezzlement.

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