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Shelley Frost

How the Bail Process Works

How does bail work, and will you get it? Find out how the bail process works and what you can expect if you find yourself or a loved one facing criminal charges.

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Elizabeth Marcant

What Is Obstruction of Justice?

Legally, obstructing justice refers to acts that are meant to impede or stop any official government proceeding. Learn more about the consequences.

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Elizabeth Marcant

How Much Are Court Costs?

Courts charge fees to help cover the cost of running these systems. Court costs can range from just a few dollars to hundreds of dollars, depending on the type of case and process you're dealing with.

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Leigh Morgan

What's the Difference Between Slander, Libel and Defamation?

Defamation of character is a statement that injures someone's reputation. Slander and libel are types of defamation.

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Rachel Elle

Is It Worth It to Sign Up for Class-Action Lawsuits?

Did you see an advertisement about a group civil action? Learn about the pros and cons of getting involved in a class-action lawsuit.

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Kaia Koglin

What Is Doxxing and Is It Illegal?

Doxxing is when someone exposes personal information about you on the internet. Whether it's illegal depends on a number of factors.

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Rachel Elle

What Kind of Lawyer Do I Need For a Defamation Case?

Defamation cases can result in punitive and compensatory damages, so understanding how these types of cases work and how to find the right lawyers to assist in filing them is key.

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Rachel Elle

What's the Difference Between Bail and Bond?

Bail and bond are not the same thing, and knowing the difference can be very important when dealing with arrests and the criminal justice system.

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