Super Lawyers criminal-defense Articles

How Precise is DNA Evidence in a Criminal Case?

It’s not as open-and-shut as you might think

Legal Tips for Safe Injection Facilities in Philadelphia

Medical professionals and opioid users need to know the dangers

Can Police Seize My Property?

Civil forfeiture law in Minnesota

How Bail Bonds Work in Maryland

An explanation of the lender systems involved in getting out of jail

How Arraignments and Bond Hearings Work

The first steps in the criminal justice system in Michigan

Stop and Frisk in Texas: Is It Legal?

What are my rights if I’m stopped and questioned?

Can I Get My Record Expunged in Massachusetts?

The process to request sealing your criminal past

The Do's and Don'ts After Being Accused of a Crime

Three New York defense attorneys weigh in

What is a Romeo and Juliet Law?

This and other sexual consent rules in New Jersey

Host with the Most … Liability

Hosting underage drinking is a bad idea in Ohio

Revenge Porn and the Law

Illinois has made it a Class 4 felony

Sexting Can Land You in Jail

Child pornography and age of consent laws in Washington

Consent is Complicated

The legal standards to determine sexual consent in Minnesota

Asking Questions About Shooting First

A New York City primer on Duty to Retreat vs. Stand Your Ground

Will I Go to Jail for a Drug Possession Charge?

The state and federal penalties you could face in West Virginia

Look Out Georgia Left-Lane Drivers!

Driving the speed limit could get you a ticket

Breaking Down the GPS Stalking Law

New York attorneys say it's not a significant advancement for victims

What You Can and Can't Do with Marijuana in Oregon

It's legal, but there are some limitations

Self-Defense and Deadly Force in Oregon

Be prepared to prove you feared for your life

How Civil Asset Forfeiture Works in Illinois

How you can lose your property even without a conviction

Florida’s New GPS Law and Where It Applies

Private citizens who use GPS devices against others now face criminal prosecution and …

What to Know About the New Warrant Requirements for Electronic Communications

California’s new law increases privacy protections for individuals

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