Sexual Assault Accusations and Defenses

If You Were Unknowingly Drugged, You May Have A Defense For These Automotive-Related Charges

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Whether you’re out with friends, having a date with someone new, or at a work function, there’s a possibility that you could find yourself drugged. Predatory individuals often place drugs in peoples’ drinks or food, and although the chance of this happening to you is small, it’s nonetheless something that could take place.  Being drugged can lead to a variety of undesirable consequences, including being stopped by police while you’re driving home.…

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Three Body Language Don'ts During Settlement Discussions

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If you, your attorney, and the other party and his or her attorney in a personal injury case are eager to settle your legal matters instead of heading to court, you’ll be saving time and money for everyone. In order to do so, there may be an opportunity to all sit down together in a mediated session. This session can certainly be stressful, but it can also put you a step closer to having the issue resolved so that you can move forward in your life.…

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Why Even Small Stores In College Towns Should Have A Liquor License

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Opening a small store in a college town is a wise decision. There will be many students with student loan money looking to buy a variety of items. And if you are opening a store in a college town or already have a small one running, you should definitely invest in a liquor license. Binge Drinking Remains Popular In College Towns The moral implications of binge drinking in college towns may concern many people, but it hasn’t stopped drinking from being one of the top activities in most universities.…

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