How to Dispute a Shoplifting Charge


Shoplifting is a criminal action that occurs when a person is involved in theft of goods from a retail establishment, usually concealing the item(s) on their person or in a purse, bag, baby stroller, umbrella, etc.  The owners of retail stores have theft prevention programs that include security cameras, staff…

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When is a Marriage Not Worth Saving?

When is a marriage not worth saving? – Remsen Law Getting married is one of the biggest decisions a person can make in his or her life. Some romantic relationships may last a lifetime and when done correctly, marriage can too. However, some marriages fail due to infidelity, financial problems,…

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What is Parental Alienation?

Here’s a family law term that separating parents need to know about, so they can avoid it: parental alienation.  It might sound like something out of a science-fiction movie, but it instead is an all-too-real violation of the explicit and implicit rules of divorce, and in particular, time-sharing with children. …

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