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June 2019 Archives

Defend against drug charges by establishing an unlawful search

In many cases involving drugs, law enforcement officials break into a house or search a vehicle and find illegal substances and/or drug paraphernalia. Prosecutors then build their drug crime case against the alleged perpetrator on the evidence found during that search. However, not all searches are in accordance with the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which protects Americans from unlawful searches and seizures.

Relocating with your children requires a court order post-divorce

When a couple with children gets divorced, the court will generally award custody to one or both parents via court order. Assuming that both parents are stable and equipped to do so, the court will do whatever it can to ensure that both parents are involved in the child's life. But what happens when a custodial parent wants to relocate and take the children with them? The answer depends on the circumstances surrounding the move.

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