Should I Take a Field Sobriety Test?

By Paul Khawaja

What is a Field Sobriety Test? A Standard Field Sobriety Test (SFST) encompasses three tests performed by law enforcement during a traffic stop to determine whether a driver is impaired or not. All three of these tests have been shown in studies to be problematic and result in many false positives. The tests are: Horizontal…

Pushing Back Against the Federal Anti-Riot Act

By Paul Khawaja

As protests and riots erupt across the country from various groups across the political spectrum, politicians and lawmakers have been scrambling to find ways to return peace and order that we have seen at less politically divisive times. While some leaders seek to understand and target the root issue of behind the riots, others have…

What You Should Do If You Ever Get Arrested

By Raymond Tarlton

Hopefully you’ll never get arrested, but if you do it can be a very difficult experience, but it doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world for you. In this article are some tips to help prevent you from saying or doing something that could possibly be used against you later down the road. The…

What is Tax Evasion and What Are The Consequences?

By Raymond Tarlton

Have you ever been looking over your taxes, thinking, “I have no idea what all this means?” You are not alone, and if you have made a mistake when filing taxes, you are not the only one. Making an honest mistake on your taxes is not a crime. You don’t have a degree specializing you…

The Most Common Federal Firearm Charges

By Raymond Tarlton

Federal firearm charges carry severe penalties, especially when a violent offender or drug trafficker is found to have a gun in their possession. For example, possession of firearms by convicted felons or drug users can provide punishments of up to ten years imprisonment under Section 922 (g) or 924 (a)(2). If the individual has been…