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Short Video Explaining Military Law

Everyone knows why we have laws, but why we have military laws is a different story. There are several situations where soldiers or other members of the United States armed forces receive protection through the implementation of these types of laws. Depending on who you are and what your involvement was, this field of law…

Family Law Basics

Family law is a term that is used to describe court proceedings that involve disputes between family members. Often times those who experience this type of law are going through a divorce and/or custody battle. A simple explanation can go a long way to help understand what the goals of the court may be and…

Business Law Explained

Business law is a confusing term that could mislead those who don’t know any better. Having a firm grip on what business law can do for you could become a significant asset down the road. With the right information, you could avoid making mistakes or being pressured into situations as a result of your lack…

Bankruptcy Law Explained

Anyone filing for bankruptcy should have a general understanding of what they will face, even if they hire an attorney to help streamline the process. While there are videos that explain complex bankruptcy proceedings, understanding the basics can help you avoid making mistakes that could have been easily avoided. The following are videos explaining what…

Video Guides for Beating a DUI

A DUI arrest can turn ugly really quick if you do not have the proper resources to refer to. Luckily, a number of different attorneys throughout the United States have provided video guides to help those facing charges. Although many of them provide these resources to increase their chances of convincing viewers to retain their…

Domestic Violence Penal Code 273.5

California penal code 273.5 governs domestic violence offenses involving physical contact. Instances in which spouses or significant others are believed to have engaged in some type of physical abuse against one another will often result in a charge for violating PC 273.5. The following are videos detailing California’s PC 273.5 law including details about penalties…