If you've been accused of driving under the influence (DUI), a lot of the argument depends on blood test results, breathalyzer tests, and police statements. If there is any doubt about the tests, there's a doubt about the entire process, and if there's doubt, you just need to start stacking up to support for your innocence. Don't talk to the police unless instructed to by an attorney, and consider a few of these evidence-gathering points to support your side of the argument.
In a perfect world, opportunities for advancement within a company would always be given out based solely upon a worker's merit and individual qualifications. Unfortunately, we live in a far-from-perfect world and discrimination does happen. If you have been the victim of discrimination in the workplace, you should know that you have options available to you. The justice system exists for a reason and it may be possible to make your company or coworker pay if they have indeed made a decision based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion or some other criteria that you know is wrong to use when making a business decision.
When you are arrested, it can be very scary if you do not know what to do. It is important to take the time to make sure that you protect yourself to ensure that you can better your chances of being released until you go to trial. The following guide walks you through a few of the steps you need to take when you are arrested.
Hire an Attorney
The first thing you need to do is you need to hire an attorney to help advise you about what you should and should not do when it come to questioning.
If you are pursuing a dog bite case, one approach the defendant can take is to try and disapprove your case. The defendant can do this by claiming the following:
The Attack Never Happened
This is basically saying that you are lying and you were never bitten by a dog. A dog owner can make this claim if they believed your injuries were caused by another thing, but not the dog.
If your spouse is in jail for a fairly minor offense, you probably want to get him or her out as quickly as possible. One way to do that is to pay bail so your spouse can get out without having to wait for a hearing before a judge. Paying bail can be confusing and worrisome because you don't want to lose money or your home. Laws vary by state, but here are a few general things you may want to know.