Monthly Archives: May 2012

Traffic Law and Physics

About a month ago, a physicist from University of California San Diego was given a ticket for running a stop sign. Most people grumble, cry, but ultimately hire an attorney or pay off the fine. Not Mr. Dmitri Krioukov though, … Continue reading

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Ask A Lawyer: Driving Drunk to Avoid a Wreck

Question: I was leaving a party some friends late one night. It was my car, but I was too      drunk to drive, so I had a sober friend drive. We started fighting, she stopped the car in the … Continue reading

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Ask A Lawyer: I Bought My Daughter Clothes. Isn’t That Support?

Question: I am being sued by my daughter’s mother for $2300 for clothing and items that I purchased for my daughter while she was in my physical custody in 2011. I bought everything that they listed except for a few things. … Continue reading

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Why Should Nevada be the Only One?

The recent scandal about Secret Service agents allegedly seeking out the services of prostitutes in Columbia has been a hot topic for news outlets and casual conversation alike. Scandal always grabs the attention of the American public, and a detail … Continue reading

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