A felony case in Delaware generally takes approximately six months from the date of arrest to resolution of the matter. Today we consider the topic of a plea by appointment involving an incarcerated defendant under the newly enacted Superior Court policies and...
Pardons in Delaware
On Behalf of Tunnell & Raysor, P.A. | Dec 16, 2014 | Criminal
In a previous blog post, /blog/2014/09/how-to-remove-criminal-charges-on-your-record.shtml, we discussed Expungements in the State of Delaware as a means to keep your criminal record clean. Expungements in Delaware only available for individuals who had a...
How to remove criminal charges on your record
On Behalf of Tunnell & Raysor, P.A. | Sep 16, 2014 | Criminal
One major concern for individuals facing criminal charges in Delaware is the effect the charges will have on their record. Any criminal charge on an individual's record can have a negative impact - even if the charge is dismissed. Potential employers, licensing...
Warrantless Cell Phone Searches Found Unconstitutional
On Behalf of Tunnell & Raysor, P.A. | Jul 24, 2014 | Criminal
News: The United Stated Supreme Court Rules Warrantless Cell Phone Searches are Illegal On June 25, 2014, the United States Supreme Court decided the case of Riley v. California. This case raised the issue of whether police officers could search an individual's cell...
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