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Points On Your License Can Result In Serious Complications

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

When a police officer pulls you over to give you a ticket, you might feel comfortable simply paying the fine. However, paying a ticket or pleading guilty to traffic offenses can negatively impact you in the long term. Usually, paying a ticket means you plead guilty to the traffic offense. If you do not… Read More »

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Robbery Crimes In Kentucky

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Being accused of robbery in Kentucky is a serious thing. A robbery charge carries serious possible consequences. If you have been accused of robbery in Kentucky, it is best that you discuss your case with a qualified criminal defense attorney. It’s in your best interest to avoid handling your case on your own. An… Read More »

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Defenses To An Assault Charge

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Assault in Kentucky occurs when a person intentionally causes physical harm to another person. There are four different degrees of the crime of assault in Kentucky, but regardless of which degree of crime a person is charged with, it is crucial that they take the charges seriously. Being convicted of assault can result in… Read More »

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Why You Should Not Wait To File A Kentucky Car Accident Claim

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

If you suffered injuries in a Kentucky car accident because of another driver’s negligence, everything that is happening might divert your attention away from the importance of contacting an attorney as soon as possible and starting the process of filing a claim against the liable driver. It is crucial that if you were injured… Read More »

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Understanding How Pain And Suffering Damages Are Calculated In A Kentucky Personal Injury Case

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

After suffering an injury in an accident because of someone else’s negligence, you will incur medical expenses. If it takes a long time for you to recover from your injury, you may not be able to earn an income. Fortunately, after sustaining an injury in an accident in Kentucky because of someone else’s negligence,… Read More »

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The Intent And Mental State Requirement In Criminal Cases

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Usually, an act is considered a crime when the person committing it intended to do something that the state legislature or Congress considers wrong. In other words, in most cases, an act is regarded as a crime if the person committing it had criminal intent. Another word for criminal intent is “mens rea,” which… Read More »

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Factors That Can Lead To Mistaken Eyewitness Identifications

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Eyewitness identifications are crucial in the investigation and prosecution of crimes. Many people believe eyewitness testimony is among the most reliable types of evidence in criminal cases. However, the truth is that eyewitnesses make mistakes, some of which can have devastating consequences. For example, mistaken eyewitness identifications are a leading cause of wrongful convictions…. Read More »

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Can I File A Personal Injury Claim If I Have A Pre-Existing Injury?

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An accident can happen to someone who is completely healthy or someone with a pre-existing condition. If you were involved in an accident in Kentucky because of another party’s negligence with a pre-existing injury, you might be wondering if you can file a personal injury claim and recover compensation. So, are you allowed to… Read More »

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Can I File A Claim Against Someone Else Other Than The Drunk Driver?

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

After getting hit by a drunk driver in Kentucky, you have the right to file a claim against the driver and recover compensation for your injuries and damages. But what if the driver who hit you does not have insurance or if they have insufficient insurance coverage? If you were injured in a drunk-driving-related… Read More »

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Some Tips To Help You Avoid A Kentucky DUI

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

It is illegal to operate a vehicle in Kentucky with a BAC of 0.08% or higher. For divers below the age of 21, it is illegal to operate a vehicle with a BAC of 0.02% or higher. It is also against Kentucky law to operate a vehicle while under the influence of any substance… Read More »

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