By Andrew Sarski
Although you may be confused, scared or angry at first, if you have been placed under arrest or have been asked to go to the police station for questioning in a crime, you should contact a criminal defense lawyer immediately. Criminal defense lawyers know what your rights are and how you should handle your arrest.
A qualified defense attorney will advise you on your rights so you don’t get caught off guard by police interrogation tactics. This legal advice alone could protect your freedom. After arrest and bail, you will be arraigned and assigned a court date. The US Court System is a very complicated justice system and you will need an attorney that is well versed in your state laws to argue your case. The following topics may help you understand the criminal justice process if you have been charged with a crime.
Severity of Criminal Charges
You could be charged with an infraction. An example of an infraction could be a noise violation. The punishment of an infraction can not be jail time, only fines, the loss of your license or other personal liberty restrictions, excluding jail. You can not go to jail for an infraction. There are times in negotiations between your criminal defense attorney and the prosecutor of your case will reduce a greater charge (felony or misdemeanor) to an infraction with an admittance of guilt. If you are charged with a Misdemeanor, the punishment is more severe. A misdemeanor can carry a jail sentence (up to a year in jail) and large fines. If it is your first offense and you are convicted, the best case scenario is you are offered probation and a hefty fine. Being charged with a felony is the most serious criminal charge that can be brought against you. If you are convicted of a felony you may be sentenced to jail time in State Prison.
How to Handle the Police looking for you
If the police are looking for you or have called you directly in relation to a crime, it is in your best interest to talk to a lawyer before you speak with the police. Although you have not been placed under arrest, anything you say to the police detectives over the telephone or casually in person can be used against you. Whatever you do, do not lie or tell mis truths to the police thinking that it can not be used against you. Everything can be used against you in the court of law if you have not been placed under arrest.
If you are in Police custody, it is most likely that the Police will read you your Miranda rights. If you are read the Miranda rights, everything you say can and most likely will be used against you in a court of law. At this point, it is most likely in your best interest to give the police officers your name and address and request to speak with a lawyer. After this, do not say anything until you speak with a lawyer.
This article should shed some light on what to expect if you are detained by the police or placed under arrest. Getting arrested is a horrible experience than can only get worse if you do not have an advocate fighting for you. If you have been arrested, contact a criminal defense attorney immediately. It is in your best interest as your very personal freedom is in jeopardy.
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By Matt Marshall
I’m constantly searching and experimenting with new and unusual bodyweight exercises.
I often comb through used book stores searching for out-of-print fitness books. (Perhaps you’ve heard the expression: “If you want a new idea, check inside an old book.”)
Recently, I stumbled upon a fitness guide written by a man locked up in solitary confinement. This convict has achieved a high level of fitness even though he has no equipment, no weights, no machines and very little space to with.
Charles Bronson is a British convict. He was initially put in prison in the ’70′s and has been in prison ever since except for three months on the outside.
He is known for being incredibly strong and has many prison records including most push-ups done in one minute (118), most sit-ups done in one hour (1790) and most push-ups done in one hour (1727).
When I saw that he had written a book about his prison fitness plan, I was intrigued.
The book is called, “Solitary Fitness.” But before you rush out and buy it, there are a few things you should know.
There are many bad features about the book. And there a few good ones. I will try to sum up the pros and cons of the book so you can make an educated decision.
Negative Point #1: Conflicting advice regarding steroids.
Bronson tells his readers to stay away from steroids. This is good advice and I agree. But here’s a funny quirk about the book. Bronson himself could obviously not pose for pictures to demonstrate the exercises.
So they used a female bodybuilder. And the female bodybuilder they used for all the pictures is OBVIOUSLY on steroids. She’s bigger than most NFL linebackers and her face is incredibly masculine. Telltales signs of steroid abuse.
Negative Point #2: Lot’s of Hype And In-effective Exercises
Many of the exercises are boring and completely in-effective. One of the exercises he recommend is simply holding something in your hands and keeping your arms extended in front of you. (Think about how you’d hold a baby with a poopy diaper.)
Obviously, this exercise isn’t going to do too much for you other than give your front shoulders a bit of a workout. But Bronson claims this will pack 2 inches onto your chest in one month. I wish it were that easy.
The other exercises he recommends are pretty basic. Push-ups, sit-ups, step-ups, etc. He also seems to be hung-up on the concept of isometric tension.
For those of you who don’t know, isometric tension is flexing your muscles against an immovable object, such as pushing against a wall. This type of exercise has already been dismissed as completely in-effective but Bronson still seems to think it works.
Negative Point #3: Some downright W-E-I-R-D stuff.
Bronson devotes a whole chapter to the idea of punching a cow in the face. Mind you, not a cow that’s attacking you or anything. Just a normal cow that’s standing there minding it’s own business. Apparently knocking out an unsuspecting cow is considered a feat of strength.
He also talks about how he gives himself enema’s. I’ll spare you the details. And as if that weren’t enough there’s even a section on workouts for — how should I put this — workouts for your “love muscle.”
Were There Any Good Points About The Book?
Although I wouldn’t recommend that anyone actually waste money on this book, there were a couple good points.
Interesting Point #1: Bronson does not eat anything at all on Sundays and explains many of the healthy benefits of this practice.
I talk about this in my book, Maximum Muscle Minimum Time but I haven’t seen too many other people talking about it.
Interesting Point #2: Despite the shortcomings of the book, it is inspirational. Bronson accepts no excuses and knocks out 2500 push-ups per day. He really believes in respecting your own body and taking care of yourself.
Overall, the book wasn’t great. But you might want to check it out if you are curious. I believe it’s only available in the U.K. so check it out and read the reviews online.
Matt Marshall is not a personal trainer or a professional bodybuilder. He’s just a former skinny guy who figured out how average guys (with average genetics) can build muscle and develop outstanding physiques. To learn more about a fitness program that requires no equipment and no wide-open spaces, check out http://www.TheHomeWorkoutPlan.com
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By Clifford Young
In any modification of child support there must be a judge to approve and legally enforce the order. The custodial and non custodial parent cannot legalize any agreement when modification for child support is involved without any judge. In any change of agreement the court must be requested to hold a hearing in which each of the party can argue the pros and cons of the proposed modification. In such hearing, both parties need to be represented by their lawyers like the Detroit family law attorney. In general, the court will not modify any existing order unless the parent proposing the modification without showing any changed circumstances. This rule encourages stability of arrangement and helps prevent the court from becoming overburdened with frequent and repetitive requests. Read more
By Katie Appleby
Deadbeat dads are a pejorative term that refers to those dads who are not financially supportive in their child’s life. So, those fathers who fail to pay the child support amount as per the family law order from statutory agency or court are called deadbeat dads. The issue of child support is an upcoming social problem that is faced by most of the countries. Therefore, in order to give all the legal support to the child, family laws generate appropriate order in such direction. The deadbeat dads are rarely good and model citizens. In addition, they are mainly described as mythical monster by the politicians. They are not caring persons at all; mostly they are angry, depressed and frightened men who have several categories. Here is the list of deadbeat dads:
???? One of the top most categories in the list of deadbeat dads are remarried supporters. In this category the fathers are remarried and they support their biological or step-children from second marriage. Often the family of deadbeat dads may be poorer than household of their ex-wife. It may be possible that their ex-wife have married with more successful person. Therefore, the deadbeat dads because of their jealousy and weak economical conditions failed to fulfill their legal liabilities.
???? The next category of fathers in the list of deadbeat dads is the man in poverty. As you know that the cases of divorce and separations mainly take place due to the weak financial conditions. Therefore, it is usual that the deadbeat dads may have no income or they are homeless. Their poverty may be one of the factors of their behavior as deadbeat dads.
???? Those who refuse to provide monetary support to their children are also known as deadbeat dads in the list of deadbeat dads. They do so because they think that their monetary support is misused by the mothers and thus it is not beneficial for their children. However, if they committed in the court that they would pay amount for their child support, then they have to obey the family law order.
???? In addition, in the list of deadbeat dads there is one more category of that father who cannot find his children. Some of the fathers show that they are unable to find their child and thus they cannot support them. However, this is not an excuse for deadbeat dads. If the mothers live with their children in another state and do not want to tell anything about her address to her spouse (due to the domestic abuse), then in such condition court can help her. In place of her, court can collect the payment of child support from the father and send it to the mother as per the conditions.
In addition, there are many other categories present in the list of deadbeat dads like: men who have actual custody, those who love their children but who would not work for him/her etc.
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By Trent Wilcox
Social Security benefits can affect child support in two ways. First, if either the parent paying child support (the “obligor”) or the parent receiving child support (the “obligee”) receives Social Security benefits, the Arizona Child Support Guidelines require that the Social Security benefits be included in determining either parents income. Thus, the Social Security benefits help to determine the initial child support obligation.
Second, the Social Security benefits can affect the amount of child support that must be paid out of pocket by the parent paying child support. Section 26 of the Arizona Child Support Guidelines addresses this issue and states verbatim as follows:
A. Income earned or money received by a child from any source other than court-ordered child support shall not be counted toward either parent?s child support obligation except as stated herein. However, income earned or money received by or on behalf of a person for whom child support is ordered to continue past the age of majority pursuant to Arizona Revised Statute Sections 25-320.B and 25-809.F may be credited against any child support obligation.
B. Benefits, such as Social Security Disability or Insurance, received by a custodial parent on behalf of a child, as a result of contributions made by the parent paying child support shall be credited as follows:
1. If the amount of the child’s benefit for a given month is equal to or greater than the paying parent’s child support obligation, then that parent’s obligation is satisfied.
2. Any benefit received by the child for a given month in excess of the child support obligation shall not be treated as an arrearage payment nor as a credit toward future child support payments.
3. If the amount of the child’s benefit for a given month is less than the parent’s child support obligation, the parent shall pay the difference unless the court, in its discretion, modifies the child support order to equal the benefits being received at that time.
C. Except as otherwise provided in section 5.B, any benefits received directly, and not on behalf of a child, by either the custodial parent or the parent paying child support as a result of his or her own contributions, shall be included as part of that parent?s gross income.
The interpretation of Section 26, above, minus some of the legalese, is really pretty simple:
A. If a child receives benefits from a source outside of the parent paying child support, it will not normally diminish the paying parent’s child support obligation unless the Arizona Child Support Guidelines provide a specific exception. However, if a mentally or physically disabled child receives child support past the age of majority, those amounts may be credited toward the paying parent’s child support obligation. Notice this is a “may” and not a “shall,” meaning that the court has discretion in this child support matter.
B. If a child receives benefits, such as social security or insurance, because the paying parent made the child eligible to receive such benefits by paying into the system, those amounts will be credited toward the paying parent’s child support obligation in the manners described. Notice this is a “shall” and not a “may,” meaning that the court has no discretion in this child support matter.
C. As mentioned above, a parent who receives payments directly on his or her behalf must include those amounts in income totals used to calculate child support. However, the exception to this provision is provided by the Child Support Guidelines Section 5(B) which states, “Gross income does not include sums received as child support or benefits received from means-tested public assistance programs including, but not limited to, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Food Stamps and General Assistance.”
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By Holcy Thompson III
Child support can be traced back to the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. In the young ages of the nineteenth century, the United States courts that handled cases of marital breakdowns and divorce, discovered that the present laws did not provide for a support action. The United States had inherited many of the English laws in that time, and those laws discovered? that a father had a non-enforceable duty to support his children. In fact, English precedents forbade and third party from recovering? that cost of support unless the cost was pre-approved by? a notarized letter with the father.
In 1601, The Elizabeth Poor Law authorized local parishes to claim some of the funds they spent while caring for the custodial parent and their children who were not taking care of by the non-custodial parent. But this statue would only be prevailed on the mother and her children if they were extremely poor.
Child Support becomes the law
Child support continued to develop into the early 1900?s. In 1950, the United States Congress pass the first federal child support enforcement legislation having state welfare agencies to inform the appropriate enforcement officials when it became necessary to provide aid to parents with children who had no support by the other parent.
In 1975, Child Support saw big changes, not just for the collection of support, but also for child support enforcement. The Social Security Act, was signed into law on the 4th of January 1975.
In 1984, the next big year for child support laws, when the Child Support Enforcement Amendments were established, requiring improvements in state and local enforcement programs. First, every state in America were required to develop income withholding from all non-custodial parents paying child support. States were also allowed to report any delinquent parents to consumer credit agencies if they were past due? on their payments. [http://www.child-support-laws-state-by-state.com/child-support.html]Click for reviews on child support, child support laws, and the history of child support
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By Holcy Thompson III
Child support plays a major role when it comes to providing support for a custodial parent’s child/children. In today’s world, a working single parent must provide for there children the best way possible. The Division of Arizona Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) helps both the custodial and non-custodial parent establish, collect, and enforce child support payments.
Applying for Child Support Laws
Child support services are offered to both the custodial and non-custodial parents. These services provide the custodial parents with establishing paternity and child support, locating the non-custodial parents, and enforcing Arizona child support laws. These services are automatically provided for families who are receiving public assistance under the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) program. Parents who are not under the program can still receive free services from the (DCSE) by filling out an application to have child support enforcement services provided for you.
When filling out the application, be prepared to provide information such as the non-custodial parent’s full name, address, and the SSN, the address of their recent employer, information on the non-custodial parents income or any assets they may attain.
Establishing Child Support laws
When establishing child support, the DCSE office will work with both custodial and non-custodial parents. When child support is established, the court will then determine the amount of money the non-custodial parent will pay each month. The court will also decide which parent will provide medical support for the child/children.
Enforcing Arizona Child Support Laws
When a non-custodial parent avoids paying their child support obligations, the Arizona DCSE will enforce several methods to motivate the parents to pay. These methods include income withholdings, new hire reporting, liens against any property they may own, suspension of driver’s license, passport denial, and the interception of any lottery winnings. There are also many other methods to enforcing Arizona child support laws.
Modifying Child Support Laws
When Circumstances arrive such as if one of the parents are laid off from their job, they are able to request a child support review. The request should be done in writing and have a valid reason as to why the reviews should be looked at by the courts. It can take up to six months before both parents will know the outcome of the child support modifications. http://www.child-support-laws-state-by-state.com/arizona-child-support.html Click for Arizona Child Support
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By Matt Marshall
Have you ever noticed that many convicted criminals walk into prison as skinny punks but walk out with 20-40lbs of new muscle?
Have you ever wondered how that is possible?
Recently, a customer of mine asked me if I thought it was possible to build muscle, burn fat and get a lean, muscular physique without lifting weights.
While I gave it some thought? he raised the stakes. He wanted to know if someone could build a better body while locked up in a ten by ten prison cell.
I thought about it some more? and then I started to do some research.? After I completed my research I told him that I believed it was possible to build muscle even within the confines of a ten by ten prison cell.
Point #1: Your muscles are stupid. In order to grow, your muscles must be placed under tension. If you lift a dumbbell, that puts tension on your bicep and back muscles.
But? if you do a pull-up? that also puts your back and biceps muscles under tension.? Here’s the kicker: Your muscles don’t know the difference between the tension put forth by pull-ups or from dumbbell curls.
The important thing is that your muscles are being worked against resistance in each case.? So lifting weights may be a convenient way to work your muscles under tension? but it’s definitely not the only way to work your muscles.
Point #2: In the late ’80′s, researches used electromagnetic imaging to discover which exercises caused the greatest degree of muscle fiber activation. The rationale being that the more muscle fibers that were activated, the better the exercise was for building muscle and strength.
Researchers discovered that the most effective exercises were the ones where your hands and or feet remained steady and your body moved.
The exercises where your body remained stationary and your hands or feet did the moving were decidedly less effective.
Here is an example: When you are bench pressing, your body remains stationary and your hands move up and down throughout space.
But when you do a push-up, your hands remain stationary and your body moves up and down throughout space.
How about another example? When you do a seated leg extension, your body remains stationary and your feet move up and down. But when you do a squat, your feet remain stationary and your body moves up and down throughout space.
So the push-up activates more muscle fiber than the bench press? and a squat recruits more muscle fibers than a leg extension.
This means that many bodyweight exercises actually require a greater degree of muscle fiber activation than many common weight-lifting exercises.
In short, bodyweight exercises can actually be more effective at building muscle and strength.
So? even if you’re stuck in a tiny prison cell, you can still build muscle and strength with bodyweight exercises like push-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups and squats.
Of course, to build extreme amounts of muscle you have to move beyond the basic exercises and start using some of the more advanced exercises. These include the one-arm push-up, the janda sit-up, dips and variations on the pull-up.
But in the end, I see no reason why you could not build an all-around spectacularly muscular physique within the tiny confines of a ten by ten prison cell.
Matt Marshall is the author of The Home Workout Plan. This book allows average guys to build muscle and strength without lifting weights, without fancy equipment and without commercial gym access.? A free Home Workout Plan report is available for download at http://www.TheHomeWorkoutPlan.com
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By Matt Marshall
How do maximum security prisoners manage to add muscle?
I’ve often wondered about this. And recently, a customer gave me a very important clue to this puzzle.
Here’s the deal:
First of all, it’s important to note that the idea of huge, muscular prisoners is very much a “Hollywood” image.
In real prisons, not every convict is 6’5 and 320lbs of shredded muscle. However, many guys do manage to gain a substantial amount of muscle when entering prison.
How do they do it? What is the muscle-building key that we can learn from prisoners?
Letter From A Maximum Security Prison
One of my customers teaches at a maximum security prison. He wrote me a letter that brought up an interesting point.
He noted that convicts 1) work out a lot, 2) eat a lot… but also that they…
Sleep More Than The Average Guy!
Think about it. There’s not a whole lot to do on the “inside” so many prisoners probably get extra sleep.
Could Sleep Really Be The Secret To Massive Gains?
If you think sleep couldn’t possibly be the key to muscular growth, let’s examine what occurs during sleep.
When you catch some zzzz’s your body finally gets a chance to repair and rebuild your cells.
30-45 minute after you enter dreamland, your body starts to release Human Growth Hormone or HGH. If that term sounds familiar it’s because many steroid-users illegally take extra HGH for massive muscle gains.
Growth Hormone is powerful hormone that increases muscle mass, repairs cells, strengthens the immune system… among a host of other benefits.
Steroid-users shell out between $500-$4,000 a month for HGH… but your body releases a natural supply every night. So get those zzz’s in.
The Key To Gaining Weight
If you are a naturally skinny guy and you want to gain weight, getting some extra sleep could be the puzzle piece you’ve been missing.
But don’t take my word for it.
Take it from a guy who knows a little something about gaining weight.
Musashimaru, a famous sumo wrester, was once asked how he grew from 290lbs to a staggering 520lbs.
He explained that sumo wrestlers sleep immediately after eating to insure slow digestion of their food and maximum retention of muscle mass.
Hopefully this article has opened your eyes to importance of sleep. Here are two take-away points for you to consider.
#1) For maximum muscle gains, try your best to get a full night of sleep each night. Some people believe that the hours of sleep obtained before midnight are more effective than the sleep after midnight so try to get to bed earlier.
#2) Whenever possible, try and and squeeze in a 20 minute nap after your workouts (after your post-workout meal).
Most of us don’t have the time for a post-workout nap but if you can squeeze it in (even once in a while) it can help recovery and aid you in your quest to gain muscle.
Matt Marshall is not a personal trainer or a professional bodybuilder. He’s just a former skinny guy who figured out how average guys can build muscle and develop outstanding physiques. You can read his blog by visiting http://www.AverageWhiteDude.com
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By Lewis Gunter
As a recent venture, I’ve had the opportunity to talk to people who have had experiences of being incarcerated. I personally have never had time behind bars and have no close acquaintances who’ve been through the experience, either. As such, my only exposure to the jail experience is from what I’ve seen from TV and movies. I never really knew what the actual experience was like.
My phone interviews were educational in several ways. For one, as background research, I found out that one out of 142 Americans (slightly outdated data – likely a higher percentage now) is currently in jail. It’s over 2 million people right now. I also learned things about some jail terminology and concepts I had not previously grasped. For example, in some counties, you will only serve one half of your sentenced time as a result of time off for good behavior. I learned about work release programs that give relatively privileged inmates a level of freedom even when they’re not fully free.
I also learned about the dark side of jail. Now, as I mentioned, I’ve seen movies and TV that have shown me a lot of dirty things going on in jail, but I have a hard time believing them because, hey, it’s the movies. It turns out that a lot of the stuff about the gangs requiring payment for protection, watching out who you talk to, shiv making and so forth really does happen, at least in the big jails. It was pretty scary to find out the amount of reality in the fiction I’d seen.
After my interaction with these ex-inmates, I was given a new level of respect for the freedoms I take for granted. In a lot of ways, hearing about how bad things are there opened my eyes to how good I have it. I don’t know if I’d necessarily recommend it as a pastime for people who want to see the positive in their lives, but I do think that if you know someone who’s been to jail, talking to them can provide a very enlightening look into just how good your life really is.
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