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The Crime Of Resisting Arrest In Kentucky

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

It is natural to want to resist arrest when approached by an arresting officer. However, it is crucial that you avoid resisting arrest. If an officer approaches you or someone you know to make an arrest, you should cooperate and call an attorney. Resisting arrest is a criminal offense in the U.S. In Kentucky,… Read More »

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Your Rights When Pulled Over By The Police

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

Unfortunately, many people do not understand what rights apply when the police pull them over. In other situations, people forget or overlook their rights because they get overwhelmed by the police officer’s authority. Whatever the case, it is in your best interests to keep in mind your rights after getting pulled over by the… Read More »

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Choosing A Criminal Defense Attorney

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If you are reading this article, it means that you understand the importance of hiring a criminal defense attorney when faced with a criminal charge, be it a misdemeanor or a felony charge. After you realize how crucial it is to retain a criminal defense attorney, the next step is choosing the attorney to… Read More »

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Criminal Record Expungement In Kentucky

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If you are in Kentucky and have a criminal record, you should know that it could be eligible for expungement. If you were arrested and charged but not convicted, you might be able to have your criminal record expunged as long as your case meets specific requirements. You may also be able to have… Read More »

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Assault: Different Degrees Of This Crime

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One of the most commonly charged violent crimes in Kentucky is assault. If convicted of assault in Kentucky, you risk facing severe consequences, including spending up to 20 years in jail. Usually, the consequences a person faces for an assault crime in Kentucky depend on which degree the assault crime they have been convicted… Read More »

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