When Your Divorce Is Done: If Your Ex Continues To Harass You Regarding Custody And Visitation

When you settle your divorce and agree to a parenting plan and visitation schedule, you should be able to expect that your ex is going to be fine with it. While this is generally the case, sometimes an ex is so bitter that they are unable to move on. If you find yourself being harassed by your ex, or you are denied parenting time, it is probably time for you to find a family attorney who can help you straighten out the mess. [Read More]

Strategies For Fighting A Traffic Ticket

If you are someone that has received a traffic ticket that you do not think is fair, there is a good chance that you are going to try to challenge it in court in order to avoid having to pay it. If you are going to take time off of work to go to court to challenge the ticket, you will likely want to give yourself the best chance possible to be successful. [Read More]

What Are The Different Types Of Immunity?

Crime dramas often portray immunity as a blanket for all the crimes that a person commits in exchange for his or her testimony. In reality, immunity is not as cut and dry as seen on television. There are different forms of immunity and each one only offers so much protection to a person. If you are in a position to receive immunity, here is what you need to know.   What Is Use and Derivative Use Immunity? [Read More]

Three Examples Of Cognitive Biases That May Lead To Diagnostic Errors

Diagnostic errors are some of the leading causes of medical malpractice. Some of the top causes of diagnostic errors can be classified under cognitive traps. A cognitive trap is an erroneous conclusion an individual makes when they analyze a situation in an illogical manner. Cognitive traps have multiple causes, such as these three: Filtering Filtering occurs when the doctor over focuses on one serious symptom at the expense of other less serious ones. [Read More]