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What difference does a criminal defense attorney make?

Posted by Joshua Schrimpf | Feb 18, 2023 | 0 Comments

As an attorney, I get asked now and then by perspective clients, "What difference will it make if I hire you?  Can you guarantee you will fix this?" The short answer to that is: "It is unethical to guarantee a result in a criminal case."  This is generally true in all U.S. jurisdictions, and is ...

The police want to search my car. Should I agree?

Posted by Joshua Schrimpf | Apr 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

Guest post by Randy England   Most police officers are reasonably hard-working. They have a job to do. Their job is to catch people who break the law. The ones that work the hardest do not sit around waiting to see if someone will commit a crime right in front of them. No, they go looking for law...

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