When it comes to a divorce or separation involving a child it’s usually a fight. Two parents both wanting custody of a child. Sometimes though it’s the complete opposite. In some instances, it’s a parent not wanting any rights to their child. While it might seem hard to believe. Some do try and completely abandon […]

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     Probation: Noun: the release of an offender from detention, subject to a period of good behavior under supervision.    Probation can be seen as a trial period for a potential inmate. Probation gives a person a chance to show they wish to be rehabilitated. It allows them to afford jail time by following certain restrictions. […]

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On May 23, 2018, Attorney Kip Miller and Associates, entered the courtroom for the second half of a suppression hearing, which was continued from earlier in the month. Many weeks prior, his office had filed a motion to suppress arguing that the State had insufficient evidence to place Mr. Miller’s client behind the wheel, to […]

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Divorce can be a trying time filled with courtroom visits and emotional turmoil. It’s not easy for anyone involved and even harder on children caught in the middle. What if it didn’t have to be difficult though? The emotional stress might still be present. But what if you never had to step forth into a courtroom? You wouldn’t […]

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