Category Archives: Criminal Law

Can Your Fitbit Lead Police to You after a Crime?

Can your Fitbit reveal a crime you committed to the authorities? Connie Dabate was found dead in the darkened basement of her home near Christmas 2015. Her husband, Richard, was found bleeding and lashed to a chair with zip ties … Read More

Why You Should Never Take a Field Sobriety Test

You’re driving home in the evening. You’re groggy from a long day at work. Not just groggy: exhausted. When suddenly, those lights in your rearview start flashing red and blue. Did you do something wrong? Why are you being pulled … Read More

Charged with Homicide?

It is said that after a homicide, the first forty-eight hours are the most critical. Witnesses can disappear, evidence may degrade or be altered, and media may influence the opinions of onlookers. If you or a loved one are a … Read More

DUI vs. Wet Reckless

If you are looking at this post and wondering about a Wet Reckless vs. a DUI there are a lot of similarities between a DUI and a Wet Reckless. However, there are a few big differences between the two in … Read More