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  • Firearms & FOID Cards: Firearms Prohibitions
    Firearms & FOID Cards: Firearms Prohibitions

    There are certain triggering events that lead to what is referred to as a "firearms prohibition." Sometimes these prohibitions can be imposed by federal law, while other times a prohibition will be ...

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  • Consequences of Out-of-State Traffic Tickets
    Consequences of Out-of-State Traffic Tickets

    Decades ago, an interstate agreement was created that allowed states to communicate with each other concerning certain criminal offenses – so that an offense committed by a driver in one state would ...

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  • What Will a Lawyer Cost?
    What Will a Lawyer Cost?

    Whenever something comes up in our lives or the lives of a loved one, cost will be a concern. This is nowhere as true as when hiring a lawyer. Some of us might have hired a lawyer before, and had a ...

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  • A Look at Judicial Dissolution of a Corporation
    A Look at Judicial Dissolution of a Corporation

    A court can order the dissolution of a corporation when the attorney general of the state files a petition seeking to dissolve it. Read more about this top on Ask the Lawyer with Brendan Bukalski: htt ...

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  • What Information Will My Attorney Give Me?
    What Information Will My Attorney Give Me?

    Everything. Any attorney should tell his or her clients both the good news and the bad. Our job is not to gloss over details, but to go into them. That's how you win cases, and that's how clients help ...

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  • Does An Attorney's Knowledge Matter?
    Does An Attorney's Knowledge Matter?

    There's an old adage that knowledge is power, and this is nowhere as true as with the law. Probably every reader has heard that the person who represents himself has a fool for a client. The reason is ...

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