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Tim Zerillo Gets Aggravated Assault Dismissed

Posted by Timothy E. Zerillo | Aug 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Tim Zerillo of Hallett, Zerillo amp; Whipple, P.A. posted in Criminal on Friday, August 25, 2017. HZW Managing Parter got a Class B Aggravated Assault dismissed in the Cumberland County Unified Docket, for a no contest plea to a misdemeanor assault and a $300 fine.  Our Client will s...

Labor Day dangers: Avoid an OUI with these tips

Posted by David A. Weyrens | Aug 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Labor day is almost here, and with it comes plenty of parties and events. Drinking and driving during Labor Day is an ongoing problem in the United States. In fact, Labor Day weekend is included in the deadliest 100 days for drivers. While Labor Day isnt the deadliest day -- thats a title rese...

A quick primer on your Miranda rights

Posted by David A. Weyrens | Jun 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

You have probably heard the whole spiel that occurs when someone is arrested by the police. The officer might grab a card from his or her pocket and start reading, You have the right to remain silent and several other statements. These statements are known as your Miranda rights. There are man...

HZW Wins 1st Circuit Appeal In Civil Rights Case

Posted by David A. Weyrens | Jun 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

The First Circuit denied an appeal today, brought by Mary Kellett in the case of Vladek Filler vs. Mary Kellett, et. al.  Valdek Filler is represented by Tom Hallett, Tim Zerillo and Dave Weyrens of HZW.  Congratulations to Mr. Filler.  The First Circuit opinion can be found by

Tim Zerillo Gives Talk to United States Commission on Civil Rights, Maine Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and at Maine Homegrown

Posted by Timothy E. Zerillo | Jun 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

Last weekend Attorney Zerillo was please to speak at the Maine Homegrown expo, appearing on the Law Panel, and giving his second annual talk on How to Deal With the DEA.  This coming week, Attorney Zerillo is addressing the United States Commission on Civil Rights on the topic of the Criminalizat...

7 ways to stay safe on your bicycle

Posted by Timothy E. Zerillo | Apr 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

Spring is here and summer is soon to follow. That means its time to dust off your bicycle helmet, oil up the chain and go outside for a bike ride in the fresh air. It also means its time to review the most important elements of bicycle safety. Most personal injury lawyers will agree: Its bett...

Tips for asking your wife for a divorce

Posted by David A. Weyrens | Mar 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

Have you come to the conclusion that you need to ask your wife for a divorce? Do you have reason to believe that this is the best way to improve your life? This is a tough decision, but its one that you may have to make at some point. If you find yourself in this position, the first thing you s...

Are you ready for motorcycle season?

Posted by David A. Weyrens | Mar 03, 2017 | 0 Comments

Although its only February, it looks like spring is coming early this year. You can tell because the birds are coming back, mushrooms are popping up as quickly as the ground can thaw, and motorcycles are again sharing the roads. If youre looking forward to getting your bike out of storage and ...

Watch For Winter Driving Hazards

Posted by David A. Weyrens | Jan 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

Historically, January is Maines snowiest month but that doesnt mean were in the clear yet. There is still plenty of winter left just waiting to make our roads treacherous for even the smallest vehicle trip. Whether you live in Portland or communities far afield, it is critical that you take ev...

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