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Can Statements You Make To Police While Intoxicated Be Used Against You?

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It’s standard procedure for police to ask people questions when they pull them over for DUIs. If you were intoxicated when the arrest occurred, though, you may be wondering if it’s legal for the police or prosecuting attorney to use your statements against you in court. It depends on the circumstances of arrest and the laws in your state. Here’s what you need to know. Involuntary Confessions In most jurisdictions, statements made while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is still admissible in court.…

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Planning Holiday Parties At Your Home This Year? How To Protect Yourself Against Personal Injury Claims

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If you’re going to be throwing holiday parties this year, you need to make sure that you’re not setting yourself up for a personal injury claim. You never know when someone is going to injure themselves on your property. When they do, you may spend the rest of the holiday season looking at a lawsuit for those injuries. This is particularly true if you knew about the hazards on your property, and did nothing about them.…

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Tips for Claiming Damages for Your Back Injury After an Accident

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If you have been in a car accident when you were not at fault and your back in injured, you are likely very frustrated. Your mobility is probably severely limited by pain, which will keep you from doing your favorite activities and if you work a manual job, will keep you from going to work and making money. It could cause you to lose your job. Here are some tips for claiming damages effectively after your accident in a personal injury case so that you can get the money that you need to heal and fully recover your life.…

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