Do foreign nationals enjoy more privileges than US citizens when arrested or detained by police? The short answer is…well you determine. Read on to see for yourself. When a foreign national, including an illegal alien or alien with a green card, is arrested or detained, he or she must be...Read More
Recently, I received a favorable outcome from a case I argued in Oregon before the Court of Appeals. In that case I argued that when a property owner intends to exclude the public by posting no trespassing signs, constructing fences, putting up gates, etc., then a police officer needs a...Read More
The recession has been hard on many families throughout America. The job market continues to struggle, costs are increasing, and many people own homes worth far less than their mortgage. As a result, Americans are turning to bankruptcy to mend their financial situation. Utah’s bankruptcy law allows individuals or joint...Read More
According to Creditcards.com, American households that currently have credit card debt hold an average balance exceeding $10,000. This statistic is troubling enough without realizing America’s younger generation is a significant contributor. The average college senior now graduates with more than $20,000 in debt, over $4,000 on their credit cards. People...Read More
Roberto is driving down State Street at 10:45 pm. It’s Friday night and he just left his job as a custodian at the local community college. On his way home, Roberto drove past a few well known bars. The bars were busy and the police patrol around these bars on...Read More
If you have been a victim of a crime, you could qualify for what’s called a U Visa, which allows you to have a work permit to work legally in the U.S. It is important to note that if you are approved for a U Visa, you are not considered...Read More
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