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Super Lawyers Criminal Defense Articles

How to Seal a Criminal Record in New York

Criminal defense attorneys give their legal advice

Lying About Your Age Online and on Social Media: Is It Legal?

Stay safe and on the right side of the law online

Driving Barefoot: Is It Legal?

"Will this get me in trouble?"

Private Gun Sales: Are They Legal?

Going through the proper channels

When Should I Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney?

Knowing when the time is right

How To Pay For a Criminal Defense Attorney

Navigating the costs of an experienced attorney

What Is The Difference Between Civil and Criminal Law?

Some key distinctions to build your knowledge

How To Choose the Right Criminal Defense Attorney for You

Some tips for narrowing your search

When Must You Talk to Police and When Should They Have a Warrant?

We ask an Idaho criminal defense attorney for advice

When Should You Plead the Fifth in Kansas?

And when to ask a criminal defense lawyer for advice

If There Wasn't Probable Cause or a Warrant, Will I Go Free?

What Kansas law says about evidentiary searches in a criminal case

A Look at Criminal Record Expungement in Indiana

And reasons why to consider erasing criminal history

Exploring Criminal Record Expungement

How and why an Illinois resident can get their criminal charges expunged or sealed

What Are Syndrome and Mental Defect Defenses in Criminal Cases?

How they have been argued and applied in federal and California courts

Understanding Oregon's Measure 110

Violations still carry penalties

Philadelphia Votes Yes To Police Reform

How do the two new measures impact residents?

The Types of Bail in Oklahoma and How to Post It

What will it cost, and how long might you stay in jail?

What to Do If You Face Charges of Rioting in DC

Legal advice for charges related to protesting in Washington, D.C.

Is My Assault a Misdemeanor or Felony in Alaska?

How state laws define it, and how an attorney may be able to help

How to Get a Record Expunged in Indiana

How the Indiana Second Chance Law works for criminal matters

What 'Stand Your Ground' Laws Mean in Missouri

How Senate Bill 656 affects gun owners’ carrying, usage and defending of themselves

How You Can (and Can't) Get Out of a Subpoena

Colorado courts can force you to testify

What to Do When You’re Arrested for a Crime You Didn’t Commit

The steps to take and places to turn when you’re innocent in Oregon

Penalties for Probation Violation in Tennessee

And what can you argue in your defense if you violate parole?

Can I Perform a Citizen’s Arrest in Ohio?

There can be many risks and drawbacks involved

How Do Mistrials Work?

In Florida, throwing out a case can happen in one motion

What to Do If Your Child is Arrested or Charged in Illinois

Diversionary options to protect a juvenile’s criminal record

Police Can Search Your Phone in Minnesota

What the law says in regard to cellphones and your privacy rights

In Minnesota Is Graffiti Art or Illegal?

Minnesotans should think twice before that inspiration gets out of hand

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