An Arkansas college student pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) came up with his own field sobriety test to prove his innocence. It all worked out well for him. We’ll talk about it in this issue and tell you why you should never agree to a field sobriety test if you’re…
A Minnesota man facing two felony drug charges and a misdemeanor had his charges dismissed because of an illegal search of his vehicle by police. In this issue, we’ll talk about the specifics of the case.
A new method in the way credit scores are calculated could mean that millions of Americans could soon see a boost in their own scores. In this issue, we’ll tell you what’s happening and why.
In a personal injury lawsuit against the City of San Diego, a cyclist has settled for $4.85 million for injuries sustained because of the City’s negligence in sidewalk maintenance. In this issue, we’ll talk about the specifics of the case.
Filing for personal bankruptcy may sound ominous, but there are times when it’s probably your best option. In this article, we’ll talk about how to recognize if bankruptcy is your best path forward. In it, we’ll share excerpts from an article by Erica Sandberg originally published on creditcards.com. The Two Types of Personal Bankruptcy Before…
The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that police officers cannot take blood samples from an unconscious person suspected of driving under the influence (DUI) without a warrant. In this issue, we’ll talk about what this means.
A 35-year-old woman who suffered a host of injuries after being struck by a tractor-trailer has settled for $5.35 million. In this issue, we’ll talk about the case and provide tips for how you can collect and preserve evidence if you’re injured by someone else.
A recent article in the Tucson Daily Star confirmed that filings for Chapter 13 personal bankruptcies rose in Arizona last year while those for Chapter 7 plunged. What’s behind the trends? We’ll talk about it in this issue.