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Halloween The Worst Night For Drunk Driving

October 1, 2019 by Leave your thoughts

Halloween is just around the corner. And while you’ve probably spent time creating the perfect costume, planning a party, or mapping out where to take the kids for the best candy loot, you probably haven’t thought about protecting yourself and your family from drunk drivers. Read Related: The #1 DUI Question: Should I Blow?  Most people get caught up in...

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What are New Hampshire’s marijuana laws?

October 1, 2019 by Leave your thoughts

Understanding New Hampshire’s marijuana laws is important not just for users, but also for those who don’t use. Of course, in 2017, New Hampshire decriminalized possession of a small amount of marijuana. Now more than ever a clear understanding of the law allows us all to live our lives respectfully and not intrude on those around us. While this article...

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Did Texas execute an innocent man?

September 5, 2019 by Leave your thoughts

On August 21, 2019 Larry Swearingen was executed by the Texas Department of Justice in Huntsville, Texas. Swearingen was convicted of the 1998 murder of 19-year-old Melissa Trotter and sentenced to death in 2000. Despite his relentless claims of innocence and at least 5 defense experts who testified that Swearingen couldn’t have been the killer because he was in jail on...

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What to Expect from a Free Initial Consultation

July 12, 2019 by Leave your thoughts

Cohen & Winters offers a free consultation for potential clients thinking about hiring us. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about the free initial consultation: How Can I Get a Free Consultation? You can either call our office during business hours or you can submit information on our contact us form. One of our intake coordinators will contact...

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The “2-5” parenting plan

June 12, 2019 by Leave your thoughts

Many parents getting divorced want to have their parenting time divided as evenly as possible.  Prior to the separation both parents have been heavily involved in care-taking activities. In many instances, both parents agree that they should keep it that way. Other times there is disagreement. One parent believes they should have primary custody and the other parent wants an...

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