Posts Tagged“legal”

I was chatting to a friend recently who works at the fantastic Khan Law Firm and we got on to talking about what it takes to become a great lawyer. The reason that I was asking is that I spend a great amount of my time working with young students in schools across Seattle, helping them with their career choices. Many of my students ask me about going into the legal practice and becoming a lawyer and so I wanted to get my friend’s feedback on what it is that makes someone a great lawyer. And so, I thought that I…

If you have had an accident at work, a fall in the street or any injury which was not your fault and caused through the negligence or carelessness of someone else, you will need some legal representation. In order to get the best legal representation you should take the selection process when choosing your attorney very seriously and there are some considerations which you need to make first. Last year I went through this exact experience and was fortunate enough to find a great team of attorneys in Christensen Hymas law firm who handle my case with aplomb. If you…

In most cases, you did not set out that day in search of trouble. That said when you saw the flashing red lights behind you, what went through your mind at the time? For anyone charged with driving under the influence (DUI), it can prove to be a bad experience. To start, there is the embarrassment that goes with an arrest. Second, there is the reality that such an arrest will have a negative impact on your life moving ahead. Last, there is also the chance that your DUI resulted in one or more individuals having injuries. When you add…

There’s no way around it: being brought up on felony charges is one of the scariest things that can ever happen to you. Prison in America is no joke – if you didn’t commit a crime, you need to mount a vigorous defense – and fast. In this article, we’ll walk you through what you need to do once you have been accused of a felony. 1) Remain silent When you are placed under arrest, you are usually read your Miranda rights – we suggest following them to the letter. According to them, you can indeed remain silent no matter…