Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Judging the Innocent

Posted on Behalf of Attorney Ross Goodman for Criminal Defense

If a person is arrested, that person has the choice to either talk and tell the truth or to remain silent. By stating that they’ll remain resilient against the accusation, the accused clearly desires not to answer any question until their legal representative is about. Supported by the Fifth Amendment Rights, the police cannot insist his/her questions without violating the law.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Confusion on Traffic Signs

Posted on Behalf of Attorney Ross Goodman for DUI/DWI Defense

Traffic signs are strategically placed to assist, warn and/or to inform the public regarding the road condition they’re about to take. Confusing as they seem, it is our part to recognize them correctly and of course, follow them. By observing these signs carefully, car accidents are can be avoided.

Monday, May 6, 2013

Types Of Domestic Violence

Posted on Behalf of Attorney Ross Goodman for Family Abuse

Perhaps unknown to some, domestic violence does not take the single form of physically abusing someone with force. No: the law itself defines it to be deeper than that. Its common denominator, however, is the abuser’s need to take control over someone else’s life.
The law of the United States itself prohibits this action regardless of your demography. The sad part though is some of its case can go unmonitored until a concerned citizen decides to notify the legal parties about it.
Domestic violence affects people of all sorts of life which makes it possible to classify and differentiate it common forms.

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Extradition Case in Las Vegas

We have Hollywood to thank for the public notion that running away from the law can actually do something good. Well, even if you ask every criminal defense lawyer about it, running from the crime you committed will actually cause you a whole lot of trouble.