A Strategic Criminal Reversal – When Is This Possible?

Judging in today’s world carries no punishment against the jury or the judge and leaves the accused in the position of fighting for their innocence. In a trial, the allegations against the accused must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. A Strategic Criminal Reversal – When Is This Possible? However, there have been many instances in…


Judgment Proofing – What Does It Mean to be Judgment Proof?

First and foremost, before discussing what judgment proof means, what exactly is a judgment? A judgment is “A decision by a court or other tribunal that resolves a controversy and determines the rights and obligations of the parties”. In other words, a judgment is the final part of a court case which ends the lawsuit.  A judgment…


Preparing for the Worst – Living Trust or a Will?

The mere mention of words such as ‘will’, ‘estate planning’, or ‘probate’ sends anyone in earshot scurrying for safety. It is natural to avoid conversations that involve accepting the reality that life does eventually end, however, it is critical to sit down and plan out what will happen to your estate once you cannot advocate…


The Real Cost of Following an Ineffective Medical Practitioner’s Defense

In 2015, a Medscape study showed that 59% of the 4,000 primary care physicians they surveyed had been named in a malpractice lawsuit. More and more, medical professionals have pulled away from their passion of treating the sick to contend with malpractice cases, even those that have no merit. ven worse, to resolve their cases,…


The 1st Amendment Doesn’t Mean What You Think it Means

How many times have you been in an argument with someone, or just criticizing their opinions, when they come back with, “I have freedom of speech, I can say what I want!” Well, far from being the argument winner we all think this is, someone who pulls out their first amendment rights as a shield…