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New online DUI DWI resource center from Caplan
People who have recently been charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) will now have access to additional information on the net. The top criminal defense and Minnesota-based DUI law firm Caplan Law Firm, P.A., has introduced a new Online DUI DWI Resources Center.
A person booked driving in an inebriated condition in Minnesota is considered to be committing a serious crime which calls for long-term consequences. However, owing to complex nature of the laws relating to it, prosecuting attorneys easily convict such a person for his lack of adequate knowledge or representation. Minnesota DUI attorney Allan Caplan, garnered many acquittals and successfully represented such clients in his career of more than three decades. According to him, the online resource centre is "trying to provide some basic principles to people who are charged with this situation." The online center, besides offering advice on four most widespread misconceptions people have about DWI or DUI, will also deal on a variety of topics including the pros and cons of pleading guilty, among others.
Holzer's name added to Denver law firm's name
The joining of Rick Holzer's name to Denver-based law firm Hensley Kim & Edgington, has given the firm a new moniker — Hensley Kim & Holzer, LLC.
Since 2004, Holzer has been a leader in the firm's intellectual property practice which he has helped to establish. He specializes in patent prosecution and intellectual property counseling. Darren Hensley, the law firm's founding partner, defined Holzer's role in the firm's sustained growth and success as pivotal. He stated that Holzer "brought incredible value to the firm with his high level of expertise and unsurpassed enthusiasm for his practice and the clients."
A growing entrepreneurial law firm, Hensley Kim & Holzer provides expert legal counsel to clients which include well known public and private companies and technology start-ups in the areas of business, finance, real estate, among others.
Miss New Jersey blackmailed to give up crown; resists
Miss New Jersey, Amy Polumbo, soared higher to fame when tabloid newspapers and the Internet reported her of refusing to give in to the demands of a blackmailer. The blackmailer apparently had old photographs of the beauty queen and threatened to make them public, unless Polumbo gave up her crown by Friday. Polumbo's lawyer, Anthony Caruso said it was not racy images, but the captions on the photos disturbed Polumbo. Caruso however did not reveal what the phrases read. According to the lawyer, his client may have been defamed by the photo captions. Caruso said he was meeting with the state attorney general's office to try to find out if any 'laws were broken.' A spokeswoman for the Miss New Jersey Education Foundation that runs the pageant and received the photographs stated that the board would review the matter.
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