November 26

Connection of Criminal Defense to . . . Part III: Personal Injury Law

Like other areas of law, criminal defense sometimes overlaps with other fields, such as personal injury. Many criminal charges may result in the alleged victim commencing a personal injury case against you. This is especially true when your alleged actions land the supposed victim in the hospital, where the bills may be quite expensive. Unlike…
November 21

Connection of Criminal Defense to . . . Part II: Immigration Law

Like other areas of law, criminal defense sometimes overlaps with other fields, such as immigration law. Immigration law is a particularly difficult area of law because of its enormity and the consequences can be life-shattering. Certain convictions can result in deportation. If you have immigration issues, you must tell your criminal defense attorney. You also…
November 20

Connection of Criminal Defense to . . . Part I: Family / Juvenile Law

Like other areas of law, criminal defense sometimes overlaps with other fields, such as family and juvenile law. Charges like domestic assault and child abuse are the most common types of offenses that implicate a family or juvenile law case. Prostitution or sex offenses may also force a family law case if your spouse decides…
November 12

Prostitution

The Law Offices of Ryan Garry handles all sex offenses, including prostitution. Due to the increased number of police stings, more and more people are being charged with prostitution offenses. We have seen two basic stings. The first is when an undercover cop puts an ad on backpage.com or craigslist.com advertising her services. When a…
November 11

Brooks: The End of the Fourth Amendment as We Know It

On October 23, 2013, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued its ruling in State of Minnesota v. Brooks. This is the long-awaited decision that has partially determined how criminal defense attorneys are to deal with the McNeely issue. You can read about the McNeely issue here. McNeely is a U.S. Supreme Court case that said that…