Tips to Make Your Home Purchase at an Auction Successful

Some people are intimidated by the prospect of competing for a home at an auction and they leave such properties to be bought by property dealers. But this article discusses how you can be successful at buying a home at a public auction. Hire a Conveyance Attorney in Advance Auctions are fast-paced events, so it is important that you participate in one when you are fully prepared. The necessary preparation includes getting a...

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Infidelity in Marriages: What Impact Does the Ashley Madison Hack Have on Divorces?

The infamous Ashley Madison hack being broadcasted by news agencies worldwide may affect up to 1 million Australians. The Canadian-based company sported the motto, “Life is short. Have an affair.” With the personal information of registered members being released online, many Australians may wonder the impact that the hack may have on their divorce. To figure this out, you would have to look at the divorce laws in...

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DUI Defence Strategies

Consequences of successive convictions of drinking under influence can be very serious leading to loss of freedom, heavy fines and driving license revocation among other consequences. A DUI defence attorney can explain to you whether any of these defence strategies described below may be relevant in your particular DUI case to have the charges levelled against you lessened or even dismissed altogether: The accused was not driving For...

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Guilty, Your Honour: The Good & the Bad of a Plea Bargain

A plea bargain is a negotiation between a defendant and a prosecutor where the defendant pleads guilty to a crime, and which may or may not involve a judge. Confessing your crimes to a prosecutor or a judge could be a good thing or a bad thing depending on the nature of your case. From a judge’s point of view, there is no downside. In fact, your actions help to ease the court’s workload by preventing the lengthy...

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Arrest Laws When It Comes To Protesting

Protests are designed to draw the public eye towards an issue or event. As such they may also draw the attention of the police, or of protesters with a different political bent. Here are some of the behaviours to avoid staying on the right side of the law: Breaching the peace Breach of the peace is a common law concept around the fear that a person may be assaulted on their property damaged when the protests are underway. The fear...

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