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Does an Arresting Office Have to Read Miranda Rights?

Does an Arresting Office Have to Read Miranda Rights?

Do I Have To Be Read My Miranda Rights? In 1966, the United States Supreme Court handed down the Miranda v. Arizona decision. It was the culmination of the criminal trial of a man named Ernesto Miranda, who had been arrested by the Phoenix Police. Miranda confessed,...

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What May Constitute an ILLEGAL SEARCH?

What May Constitute an ILLEGAL SEARCH?

What May Constitute an ILLEGAL SEARCH? Under the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution, the people are protected from what the framers called an “unreasonable” search or illegal search. In order to provide a clear definition of what would be considered a...

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Increase in Sexual Assault Accusations In The News

Increase in Sexual Assault Accusations In The News

Increase in Sexual Assault Accusations? Since movie producer Harvey Weinstein was accused by several women in the industry of sexual assault, the flood gates have opened. Weinstein and a long list of entertainers, media moguls and politicians have found themselves in...

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Have you been arrested?

Have you been arrested?

Things You Should Know If You Are Arrested Character Reference Letters are Just One Thing to Know About if You’re Arrested If someone you know was just convicted of a crime, there are so many things to know as you enter the defense phase. One such thing is the...

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Workplace and Sexual Harassment

When we go to work, we are entitled to physical and emotional safety. If something is occurring at your office that makes you feel unsafe, you may need the aid of a competent attorney who will fight for your rights and the justice you deserve. Why Sexual Harassment...

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Discussion on Driving Under Suspension

Discussion on Driving Under Suspension

If your driver’s license is suspended in Oklahoma and you are caught driving, you will be arrested. The police officer will charge you with a misdemeanor and you will be taken and booked into jail. If convicted, you could face a fine of up to $1,000 and be sentenced...
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