Day: July 14, 2023

You may have heard ‘no contest’ and ‘guilty’ used interchangeably in discussions about plea deals. On the surface, they are very similar and often result in the same outcome concerning criminal charges. But, is a guilty plea the same as no-contest plea? Pleading no contest means that you accept the conviction but avoid admitting guilt. […]Continue reading

A Civil Protective Order (CPO) is a tool used by someone who believes that a family member or romantic partner has committed or threatened to commit acts of violence against them. There are two parties to CPO litigation: (1) the petitioner, who files the CPO petition; and (2) the respondent, whom the CPO petition is against. In […]Continue reading

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