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    Under What Circumstances Can My Criminal Case Be Reopened If I Was Found Innocent?

    Posted on January 6, 2017 by | Comments are off

    Under What Circumstances Can My Criminal Case Be Reopened If I Was Found Innocent?
    If you've been pardoned or acquitted of a criminal offense, the term "double jeopardy NRS 412.378" will surely take on a deep meaning. This valid legal concept means to protect anyone from being tried twice for the identical crime. In other words, once the courts have either convicted you of a ... read more

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    Right to Remain Silent

    Posted on July 13, 2015 by | Comments are off

    When stopped by the police for any reason at all, you need to remember your rights. One in particular stands out from the rest. Do you know what it is and how to use it? Your Right to Remain Silent By the dictates of the Fifth Amendment, no officer of the law can legally compel you to answer a quest... read more

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    Self-Incrimination and the Fifth Amendment

    Posted on April 5, 2015 by | Comments are off

    Self-Incrimination and the Fifth Amendment
    As every good criminal defense attorney knows, the Fifth Amendment is your friend. It's there for your protection. It gives you the legal right to sidestep questions for which the answers, if you chose to give them, could result in criminal charges against you. The proceedings at which such quest... read more

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