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Blog Posts in February, 2017

Rules Regarding Public Records & Voluminous Piles of Evidence

When can public records be copied and still considered original pieces of evidence? When is it unreasonable to sort through a voluminous amount of evidence for a case? Ask the Lawyer with Brendan ...
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Police Error Violates Constitution, Drug Bust Evidence Inadmissible

Johnson Law Group Bloomington drug crime attorneys are handling a news-catching drug crime case out of Decatur. Our client, Keith Halliburton, was arrested after the police placed a tracking device ...
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When High-Level Federal Courts Refuse Cases & Why

There are a few reasons why a federal court – even a U.S. District Court – can abstain from taking a case. Ask the Lawyer with Brendan Bukalski explains why: ...
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Federal & State Jurisdictions: Why are There Even Two?

Ever wondered why there are state and federal jurisdictions for different legal and criminal cases? The popular Ask the Lawyer with Brendan Bukalski explains: ...
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What is Assault, What is Battery & When Can You Sue After Being Attacked?

This edition of Ask the Lawyer addresses several questions about assault and battery, including the differences between them and when you can sue if you are attacked: ...
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