When considering shoplifting, we tend to think about the assailant who has deliberately concealed goods and bolted from the store. However, it’s not always that straightforward. People find themselves facing shoplifting charges all the time when they had no intention...
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The most common parole conditions
On Behalf of Law Offices of Elling & Elling | May 5, 2022 | Parole & Probation
If you’ve been convicted of a criminal offense, then prison time may form part of your sentence. In some circumstances, you may be granted a conditional release before your sentence was set to be complete, but you will be on parole. Importantly, parole does not come...
Does the court always accept a plea deal?
On Behalf of Law Offices of Elling & Elling | May 2, 2022 | Uncategorized
Plea deals are the way the majority of criminal cases are resolved. These deals usually benefit the court and the defendant. There are several things that defendants need to know if they’re considering a plea deal. One of the most important things to remember about...