The 7 Things You Should Know if Someone Asks You about a Crime

You have the right to remain silent- use it! Under our State and federal constitutions, you have a right not to answer questions from police and other law enforcement officers, but YOU must be the person to assert that right. Officers receive extensive training into how to get you talking

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Don’t Plead Guilty Before Reading This

If you have been thinking about making a guilty plea for a criminal charge the following may be one of the most important things you ever read. One of the most frustrating things for me as a criminal defense attorney is to watch someone appear at their first court appearance

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Hiring for a Successful Client Relationship

Hiring someone to represent you is just the first step in what should be the development of a working relationship with your attorney. We at McKinney, Tucker and Lemel feel that the ongoing development of this relationship is a key factor in achieving a successful outcome for you. As you

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If You are Considering Separation or Divorce

Gather copies of all available financial documents. A top priority is proof of both your current income and your spouse’s current income, such as tax returns, recent paystubs, or banking records. The court will also need proof of the value of all marital property and the amount of any marital

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