The first time my son got into some legal trouble, I didn't hire an attorney. I figured that he would just get a slap on the wrist and that he should accept his punishment, and that's what happened. The second time he got into trouble, I had to hire an attorney. I knew that since he had a record, the judge would not be so lenient about his punishment and he could suffer some serious consequences that could haunt him for his entire life. If you have a troubled child, my blog could help you understand the value of hiring an attorney for him or her.
31 July 2015
If you're the defendant in a DWI case and you suffer from frontal lobe syndrome, can your condition be considered a defense? Maybe. Learn more about how neuroscientific evidence can be used in court as part of your criminal defense strategy. What is frontal lobe syndrome? The frontal lobes of your brain - which are located right behind your forehead - control your ability to reason and plan. They also control your impulsivity, moods, decision making, social behavior, and moral decisions.