Defending Against Sexual Abuse Claims

When a man is charged with sexually abusing his teenage daughter or step-daughter, is there a methodology to conducting a defense investigation? These cases involve allegations which can send a man to prison and have him branded as a “sex offender” for the rest of his...

Documenting Crash Scenes

Driving an automobile is a highly risky activity, yet most of us drive habitually, routinely, day after day after day. The more a person drives, the greater their chances of being involved in a vehicle accident and possibly ending up in court to settle liability...

Documenting Crash Vehicles

According to the Department of Motor Vehicles, most drivers will be involved in at least one vehicle collision during their lifetime, and one in three people will be injured or killed. If you have ever been involved in a car accident you know that it can be alarming,...

Reviewing Discovery with the Criminal Client

If your client has been charged with a criminal violation he or she faces the real possibility of a long prison sentence or probation and loss of civil rights. The government or the state, with all of its resources, is ready to convict, and you need a trained criminal...

Documenting Event Scenes in a Criminal Case

We are all familiar with the yellow “Crime Scene Do Not Cross” tape. So familiar, in fact, that we may forget that the taped off “scene” is not actually a crime scene unless a crime is proven. Until then, it is an event scene. That is an important distinction, because...

Background Checks on a New Boyfriend

Although divorce doesn’t change the love parents feel for their children, divorce almost always changes their relationship. Parents who are used to putting their children to bed at night and waking them up in the morning may find themselves relegated to a mid-week...