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Hollywood DUI Attorney

When most people think of Hollywood, they think of star-studded pathways and celebrities going about the business of, well, being famous. Most people are a little sketchy on the day-to-day details, but there do seem to be an awfully high number of...

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Dui Lawyer Beverly Hills

It’s a situation that’s far more common than it really needs to be. A group of young adults are hanging out together and having fun, gladly enjoying the nightlife of the Beverly Hills area. Someone starts pulling out a few cans, though, and before...

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Farrah Abraham Voluntarily Checks Into Rehab Following DUI Sentencing

For many people, it is through celebrity DUI cases that those people learn just how severe a DUI conviction can be. Not only in terms of the legal mess that a DUI conviction will bring about, but also in terms of how a person’s reputation can be...

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Beverly Hills DUI Lawyer

If you have been charged with more than one DUI in a set period of time, the potential penalties you face could escalate very quickly and start to provide you with many more long-term effects than you might suspect. In most cases, barring exceptional...

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Former Patriots Tight End Charged with Murder

Former Patriots Tight End Aaron Hernandez has been charged with murdering a semi-pro football player. Hernandez pleaded not guilty to six charges against him. The former NFL player was apparently at the crime scene proven by a cell phone trace. He was...

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ACLJ Lawsuit Represents 41 Groups Claiming Constitutional Rights Violation

The American Center for Law and Justice has 41 organizations being represented in a lawsuit arguing that the Obama Administration was in violation of the constitution by targeting these groups for their political beliefs. According to the suit, these...

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Actor Johnny Depp's Ancestor First American to Sue for Freedom

Johnny Depp’s 8th great grandmother has been discovered to have been the first American slave to successfully sue to win her freedom. In 1656, the woman, Elizabeth Keys, was a slave in Virginia. She was the first freedom fighter in the American...

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Two LAPD Officers Shot in Front of Police Station

A surveillance video recently released by the LAPD shows a man ambushing two detectives outside of the Wilshire Police Station. Officers immediately cordoned off a large area of the city but a manhunt proved fruitless as the suspect was not apprehended....

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