Everyone Should Learn a Little about Law
About Me
Everyone Should Learn a Little about Law

While lawyers and judges are the ultimate legal experts, of course, I believe that every citizen should take the time to learn a little about law for several reasons. First, it is important to know your rights, and knowing them can come in handy if anyone ever accuses you of a crime you didn't commit or threatens you legally in another other way. Second, learning about your local, state, and federal laws can help you act as a better citizen. When election time comes around, you can then truly understand ever change in law being proposed by a candidate and whether it benefits society or not. I plan to share posts about law topics explained in plain English on my new blog, so you can come back often to sharpen your legal knowledge!


Everyone Should Learn a Little about Law

  • After Bankruptcy: How You Can Regain Your Financial Independence

    2 December 2016

    After filing for bankruptcy, it's time to begin the uphill battle to long-term financial security. Recovering from massive debts and poor financial circumstances may seem impossible to you, but with planning and careful decision-making, you will eventually gain the financial freedom you seek.  1. Stay in contact your lawyer. Even after the case is complete, your lawyer is still a wealth of information. Your lawyer can provide you with any legal documents you might need to show your landlord or employer regarding your bankruptcy.

  • Getting Away With Murder? Truths About The Insanity Defense

    17 October 2016

    Families of murder victims and the public often have misconceptions about the insanity defense. The most common misconception is the insanity defense is a tactic used by the accused allowing them to get away with their crimes. Use of the insanity defense is more complex than many people realize. The Insanity Defense Is Rare The use of the insanity defense is rare in itself with some states eliminating the option. Most defendants plead guilty or not guilty and the case moves forward.

  • Methods That May Help You Collect Child Support Your Ex Owes You

    29 July 2016

    After a judge declares that you are divorced, you may think you will never need to speak to your divorce attorney again. While this is true in many cases, there are also times when people will need to contact their attorneys after their divorces are finalized. One example of this is if you are having trouble collecting the child support your ex-husband owes you. If you are currently in this situation, your divorce attorney might be able to help you collect the money your ex owes you for child support.

  • Teenagers & Petty Theft Charges: 4 Potential Outcomes For Your Child

    7 June 2016

    As your child matures and transitions into adulthood, they will likely make several mistakes that turn into good learning lessons. Unfortunately, in some cases these mistakes may be small crimes that lead to arrests and charges. Among some of the most reported crimes for teenagers is theft. A petty theft charge varies by state, but typically involves the theft of an item or items that are valued under $1,000. If your child has been charged with petty theft, it can be a really scary situation as the charges move forward.

  • Mountain Biking Enthusiasts: Four Financial Impacts Of A Car Accident Injury

    3 May 2016

    Mountain biking is a great hobby that involves exploring the outdoors, staying in shape, and using great recreational equipment. If you've been involved in a car accident that causes severe injuries, not only will you be limited in future mountain biking, but there may be some financial impacts as a result of the injury. As you help build a settlement case and consult with a car accident lawyer, you can explore these financial impacts and help make them an essential part of a settlement case.