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Top local news stories from the Montgomery Advertiser
  • Some bus routes change March 7
    The Montgomery Area Transit System has announced changes to some city bus routes effective March 7.
  • Police crack down 'bath salts' drug
    Alabama health and law enforcement officials have added a new synthetic drug to the list of illegal controlled substances in Alabama.
  • BOE officially requests funding
    The Montgomery County Board of Education approved a formal resolution Tuesday asking the city and county for a commitment to pay debt service for three years on $15.6 million of Qualified School Construction Bonds.

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From Car Wreck to Missing Pay Check. PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 December 2010 22:49

Vehicle accidents can cause damages not only to your vehicle but to your ability to earn a living as well.  In the current state of the economy more and more families are living check to check each and every week.  This lifestyle is not a choice for most, but, unfortunately it has become a reality to most people.  If you are involved in a serious automobile collision property damage is a likely outcome.  However, your damages may also include medical bills and permanent and major physical injuries.  Those injuries can lead to your inability to earn an income because you can no longer perform the type of work that you did prior to the accident.  You should be compensated for that right?  Is that not a part of your "injuries"?  The answer to these questions is absolutely.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 December 2010 16:04
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Welcome to Bill Lewis Law.

Welcome and thank you for visiting The Law Office of Bill Lewis, LLC. We are a small, effective law firm located in Wetumpka, Alabama, the heart of Elmore County. Our goal is to deliver the highest caliber legal representation to our clients throughout all stages of their cases. To achieve this goal, our office relentlessly studies and prepares each case to assure that every client's expectations and objectives are met.  Our relationship with our clients is essential to the effective preparation of their cases. Thus, our clients can rely on us to be timely, responsive, efficient, and approachable. We look forward to serving you.

 
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Your Right to Refuse. PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 23 November 2010 20:33

The question always arises from our clients that have been arrested for Driving under the Influence-- "Do I have the right to refuse to take the physical sobriety tests?"  The answer quite simply is absolutely.  In fact, there is no authority given to any member of any police agency that allows them to use physical force to make you take a sobriety test along the roadside or anywhere for that mater.  A police officer is allowed to ask you to take what is called a "field sobriety test" (FST) when they suspect you may be under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance.  Often times, however, the officer will phrase his request so that it comes across as a demand, such as telling you that they are going to give you a series of tests.  It is important for you to understand that you are not required to take the tests.

When a law enforcement officer is asking you to take a field-sobriety test, what they are really asking you to do is to confirm their suspicion that you are under the influence. 

Last Updated on Monday, 20 December 2010 22:53
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EXCITING, CHEAP WAY TO GET LEGAL ADVICE

The Law Office of Bill Lewis, L.L.C. offers our clients the option of receiving "Online Legal Services" through our website.  This option gives you four options to receive legal advice by phone, email, online document review, and legal and court coaching all from the convenience of your home.  We fuse modern technology with our old-fashioned customer service to provide you with quality legal advice and assistance for a low cost, flat fee delivered in a way that is most convenient and preferable to you. Click here to purchase your Online Legal Advice or to learn how it works.

Check out our ONLINE LEGAL SERVICES section to order and purchase your legal services.  You can also learn more about how the process works.

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