Brumley & Hull, PLLC
1303 Central Ave S,
Suite 201 Kent,
1303 Central Ave S
Office - 253.236.4079
Internet-related criminal activity is alive and well. Here's what you can do to avoid being a victim.
There are ways one can get in trouble without committing a crime.
Whether you or someone you know has been charged with a crime, the first step to take is to reach out for reputable legal assistance.
If you, a friend or a family member is a victim of sexual assault, know what options are available.
We all know driving under the influence is to be avoided. But how dangerous is it? Here are some must-know details and statistics.
Whether you're involved in a minor fender bender or a serious crash, there are specific steps to take.
Do you know your rights when it comes to searches and seizures by the government?
Currently, one in five Americans lives in a state where cannabis is legal.
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Know your rights during any police interaction, including being served.
Keeping your cool while stuck in traffic or dealing with an aggressive driver in the next lane isn't always easy, but it's the smartest thing to do.
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Sentences don't always mean jail time or probation. This alternative form of punishment can do wonders.
The next time you spot a heavily discounted designer item, take a good look at it before making the purchase.
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Individuals are increasingly using video recording devices to document situations around them.
While 21 of the nation's states have laws that allow for some form of red-light camera use, 19 have no laws about them and 10 have banned them altogether.
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It's vital for both parents and their teenage children to know the signs and how to take action if necessary.
January is National Stalking Awareness Month, which aims to increase the public's understanding of the crime.
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