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Being Forced to Commit a Crime: Understanding the Defense of Duress

Unfortunately, for some people, there are instances where they find themselves forced into committing a crime. Not only can this traumatize someone and jeopardize their life, it also can create a situation that significantly complicates legal proceedings. Being forced to commit a crime, often under the threat of death or bodily harm, is a complex

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Accessory After the Fact

When it comes to criminal law, there are certain terms that carry significant weight and can have serious consequences. One such term is “accessory after the fact.”  Which refers to an individual who knowingly assists or provides support to a person who has committed a crime, typically by hiding or aiding them in escaping law

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Understanding the Legal Consequences of Eluding an Officer and Resisting Arrest

Getting pulled over by the police can be an intimidating and anxiety-inducing experience for anyone. The sight of flashing blue and red lights in your rearview mirror, the blaring siren, or the commanding voice of an officer instructing you to pull over can be overwhelming. While many individuals comply with these instructions without hesitation, there

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