December 2018 Archives

Reasons that suspects provide false confessions

According to the Innocence Project, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) analysis has resulted as many as 350 convictions being overturned in recent years. In some of these cases, the defendant had confessed to committing the crime that they had been accused of. If you're wondering why a suspect would admit to a criminal act that they weren't actually responsible for, there are many reasons that they may have done this.

Business tenants, leases and eviction: Things you need to know

When you sign a lease for your business, you hope that the relationship with your landlord remains strong until the day you decide to leave. While this is your hope, things don't always work out this way. It's possible you could find yourself in a dispute with your landlord, which complicates your lease and relationship.

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