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Can evidence be excluded in a criminal case?

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | December 18, 2015

Many criminal matters turn on evidence. The admissibility of evidence can be crucial in a defendant’s case. For example, if evidence is excluded in a court of law, there might not be enough circumstantial support to suggest guilt and put the defendant behind bars. If you are facing charges, it is time to retain legal…
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4 myths about drug addiction and recovery

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | December 9, 2015

Myth 1: Drug addiction is voluntary. This is definitely false. Sometimes a drug addiction evolves from prescription medication use. Let’s say someone is in a car accident and is medically prescribed Vicodin to deal with acute post-collision injuries and pain. Continual use, without intention, could transform into something bigger: a dependency. This is how drug…
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Want to erase a case from your criminal record?

On behalf of J. Kippa Law, LLC | October 30, 2015

When a judge expunges or “erases” a Wisconsin criminal court record, this means the court is essentially “sealing” a case file and no one is permitted to access the file, save a few limited situations where a court order is involved. In such cases, if someone inquires about a sealed criminal case, the court must…
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