While I was recently flattered to receive a number of votes as the Best
Criminal Defense Attorney in Phoenix, that certainly makes me no expert
in summer vacation tips. My qualifications lie in 22 years of criminal
defense. However, after returning from a summer vacation with kids in
tow, I thought it would be a nice change to of pace from my normal blogs
of complex felonies and related issues of criminal law.
More importantly, this is yet another jab at my very capable SEO Team to
show them how, in addition to blogging about summer recipes last year,
I can also blog about entirely non-legal topics in an effective manner
that will gain organic traffic.
Rule #1: Eat Breakfast When You Can
The prices that you will pay to feed a family breakfast while on summer
vacation are nothing short of
murder. Restaurants will intentionally try to kill you with their prices knowing
that you have few options while on summer vacation with your family.
Particularly when you are feeding kids, breakfast can be an extremely expensive
experience on a daily basis.
This criminal defense lawyer can tell you that the first thing you should
do when you arrive at your vacation destination is to find a local grocery
store and stock up on breakfast essentials.
If you have a small refrigerator and a microwave, you should be able to
cut corners so that you don’t spend so much money that you have
mortgage fraud when you get home.
Rule #2: Be Careful With Online Discount Deals
If you are going to any theme park or other major attraction, chances are
you can look online at any number of websites to find discount deals for
admission. But watch the fine print.
Oftentimes, these so-called “deals” are nothing but fraudulent
schemes to try and get you to purchase something that has absolutely no value.
For example, many offers on Groupon are expired or can be used only on
certain days of the week.
Many unfortunate souls purchase the online deal only to get to the destination
and find out that the deal no longer can be used.
While you will feel like you are a victim of theft by misrepresentation,
the reality of the situation is that the burden is on you to read the
Summer vacations are a big deal. By following these basic tips above, you
may feel like you are
money laundering to make the most of your money; but the reality is that you’ll be
using good common sense so that you can spend your money where it counts
and have a great family vacation.
Vacations are supposed to be fun, but sometimes things happen that require
the services of a criminal defense attorney. If you are on vacation or
on a business trip in Phoenix and find yourself on the wrong side of the
Phoenix criminal defense lawyer, Jason Lamm at (602) 663-9100. Arizona has a motto: “Come on vacation,
go home on probation.” Don’t let this apply to you.
Contact Jason for a personal and confidential consultation if you have
been arrested or charged with a criminal offense.