However, the biggest challenge are what is referred to as “legal grey areas” of the law. Some synthetic manufacturers stay one-step ahead of lawmakers and modify their formulas so that as synthetic compounds and chemicals are made illegal, they have already switched to those not considered illegal, even though there can still be serious side-effects for users, even death. (read more…)
This question might seem a bit redundant, as most people facing criminal charges realize they need a defence lawyer to represent them in their criminal matter. However, other people do not always feel the need to retain a lawyer because they feel the charges are minor, like shoplifting or driving under the influence.
Regardless of the type of offence, it is essential to remember all crimes – whether major or minor – should be considered serious offences. While the law does allow an individual to represent themselves in court and their charges, this does not always bode well for several reasons, we will discuss shortly. Returning to the seriousness of offences, even minor offences can have serious consequences and punishments, if convicted and found guilty of the offence. (read more…)