Elmen Law Blog for Criminal Law, Divorce & Divorce Mediation

Welcome to the Elmen Law Firm Blog. The blog posts will address common questions and situations which arise in these areas of law and can provide an initial starting point for determining if your unique situation can be aided by our law firm. We hope you find this information timely and helpful.

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Federal Criminal Sentencing: Where Will I Go After Sentencing — Federal Prison or State Prison?

The answer will determine whether the Federal defendant will first serve his Federal sentence in Federal prison or return to the State to serve his State prison sentence.

Federal Criminal Sentencing: Consecutive versus Concurrent Time?

How does a Federal criminal sentence of incarceration run when there is a separate State Court criminal sentence? The answer may take years off your prison time.

Don’t Talk on the Jail House Phone!, Your Calls are Being Recorded!

The most compelling evidence against a criminal defendant can be the words spoken by a defendant.

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