Traffic Offenses / Tickets
If you have been charged with a traffic offense, you need to take it very seriously. Some traffic offenses, such as driving without a license and driving on a suspended license, are considered criminal offenses. Also, if you accumulate traffic offense convictions, you may be charged with being a Habitual Traffic Violator (HTV) or Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO), which could lead to your license being suspended for 10 years. If you have received a traffic ticket, please call Alex Mendoza Law at 219.200.2000 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn about the difference between criminal defenses. A defense is your attorney’s way of saying, “Here is how I will defend you.” The following article takes a quick look at nine different possible defenses: (1) Abandonment (2) Alibi (3)Self-Defense (4) Self-Defense Against a Public Servant (5) Compulsion or Duress (6) Necessity (7) Entrapment (8) Mental Incapacity or Insanity,
Find out more about your criminal court case proceedings. In this article we look at the criminal court process step by step from initial hearing to jury trial.
This article is an overview of criminal offenses. It explains what a crime is, the various degrees of crime, how exactly does a criminal defense attorney determine intent, and much more.
Arrest and search and seizure is an article that takes a look at the conditions under which illegal search and seizure might take place. If you have been a victim of an illegal search and seizure or a questionable arrest, we can help. Learn more how we can help you.