Mike Bradon

What Is Contempt of Court?

Contempt of court, also referred to simply as “contempt,” is the disobedience of an order of a court. It is also conduct tending to obstruct or interfere with the orderly administration of justice. The purpose of recognizing contempt of court is to secure the dignity of the courts and the…

Why Should I Need A Testament?

It’s easy to be complacent, for example, by making a will. Besides, we’re all going to live to be 100 years old, aren’t we? The sad truth is that if you die without a will, a court will end up deciding your affairs for you. Here are some important reasons…

The Art of Skip Tracing

Have you ever been unable to locate someone? No, we’re not talking about playing hide-and-seek with your friends or kids! Here we’re referring to significant instances of tracking down people for more critical reasons: a customer who didn’t pay for the services received, a missing witness, somebody who ditched you…

How Effective Are Polygraph Tests?

As someone who binge watches old daytime TV on YouTube, I’m very familiar with the fact that programs like Maury, The Jeremy Kyle Show, Couples Court with the Cutlers and their ilk hook viewers through lie detector revelations. And so, I’ve always been curious as to how effective lie detector…

The Pros and Cons of DNA Testing in Court Cases

DNA testing is a controversial technology. It has been used as conclusive evidence in countless court cases. It has liberated many incarcerated criminals and convicted many more. It has identified fathers, mothers and siblings. It is highly sensitive and tamper-proof. As DNA exists throughout the body, any tissue can be…