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What Is a 7 Day Bond Hearing?

Posted by Lucas Glaesman | Aug 06, 2020 | 0 Comments

Under Missouri Supreme Court Rule 33.05, the Court MUST review your detention or conditions of release as soon as possible but no later than seven days after your initial arraignment. These seven days do not include weekends or holidays and are subject to the right of the victim to have notice ...

What is an "SIS"?

Posted by Lucas Glaesman | May 06, 2020 | 0 Comments

The acronym "SIS" stands for "suspended imposition of sentence" and is usually accompanied by some form of probation as punishment when you are found guilty of a crime. By placing you on an SIS and ordering probation, the judge gives you the opportunity to avoid being sentenced altogether by successfully completing that probation term.

Yes. You Should Get A Lawyer to Handle Your Expungement.

Posted by Lucas Glaesman | Apr 20, 2020 | 0 Comments

You can represent yourself on your expungement case. But you shouldn't. If you're considering getting your record expunged but don't think you need a lawyer to do it, this article is for you. Not only will an expungement lawyer make the process faster and less stressful, they will make sure it's done right so that you have the best chance of having your expungement granted.

Pre-Arrest Investigative Detentions

Posted by Lucas Glaesman | Dec 09, 2017 | 0 Comments

Police investigate people they believe have committed, or are actively committing, crimes. They determine who the bad guys are and they bring those bad guys to justice. But how do they determine who the bad guys are when it's not obvious? Since people don't usually wear shirts that boldly say “...

5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Be a Confidential Informant

Posted by Lucas Glaesman | Dec 09, 2017 | 0 Comments

People charged with drug crimes are often coerced by police to act as a Confidential Informant (CI). The police use CIs to arrange drug buys with the purpose of jamming up other suspected drug dealers. Acting as a CI for the police is bad for your case and extremely unsafe for you. 1. The police...