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Miranda Rights- A Quick Guide

We get a lot of calls from those accused of crimes that include this line "they never read me my rights". Well, while T.V. and movies have ingrained the recitation of these rights into our collective minds, the practice of "reading your rights" is often not important to an individual's case. It is not that the rights given are not important, it is what the remedy for not "reading your rights" that makes them less important to the everyday accused. First the rights only need to be read only if there is a "custodial interrogation", or in other words you are in police custody and they are questioning you.

Gang Stalking- New Name, Same Old Problem

Gang Stalking is exactly what the name implies, several stalkers working in concert to drive you crazy. Sounds like a problem? Gang stalking can be a very big problem for the person being stalked. First, it is usually unknown to the victim that they are being stalked (at least it is unknown who and how many people are stalking them).Second, the use of tactically coordinated efforts can overwhelm victims. Finally, the scariest element to Gang Stalking is that the intention is usually to ruin a person's life (loss of jobs, relationships, etc.

5 Tips on Identifying E-Mail & Text Scams

Everyone gets e-mail scam letters, including law firms. I received one today and thought it would be a good time to give out some tips on identifying email scams.

1. Too General- scammers send out a lot of e-mails so they do not have time to truly read what you are selling, doing, or offering. If it states something like "I am inquiring about your item for sale", or "needing your services" without further specifications, it is likely a scam.

2. Language- scammers are often from other countries and English is not the first language.