Tips &Traps

Delaney, Martha; Cottrell, William G.; Aggerbeck, Valerie
November 2012
Bench & Bar of Minnesota;Nov2012, Vol. 69 Issue 10, p56
The article discusses several key tips regarding criminal proceeding which include finishing the case in client's favor, assistance of client in eradicating any criminal records, avoidance of the U.S. Department of Human Service (DHS) related problems in future. It informs that students are misusing their free access to research services website for earning employment which violates the agreement between them. It highlights that scammers are victimizing lawyers by creating fraudulent websites.


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