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What Are Public Nuisance Allegations in California?

Posted on : August 14, 2018
Have you recently been accused of a public nuisance crime and are not sure how to proceed to protect yourself? Public nuisance crimes are often ignored by people who are facing charges because the person who has been accused of violating these laws in Orange County might assume that they do not have significant consequences. [Read More]

2020 Ballot Will Feature Possibility Of Tougher California Crime Laws

Posted on : July 15, 2018
There is a new bid to enforce stricter California Crime Laws that will be set to appear on the 2020 ballot.  This bid would toughen criminal penalties after numerous delays caused this to be pushed past the deadline for voters to consider it in the fall.  The purpose of the bid is to roll back [Read More]

What to Do If You Are Accused of a Hate Crime in California

Posted on : June 9, 2018
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A new state audit involving interviews with more than 120 officials around the state of California found that local law enforcement agencies are not providing accurate information about hate crimes. Hate crimes can be a very overwhelming experience for the victim as well as the person who has been accused. A crime that is misinterpreted [Read More]

New Study Shows That California Decline in Gang Violence Linked to Drop in California Gun Deaths

Posted on : May 9, 2018
A recent analysis of firearm homicide race in California identified a significant drop since 2000 in urban locations throughout California. The decline was also undercut, however, by a rise in rural areas. the use of a firearm during the commission of another crime can lead to multiple charges with very serious penalties, something most people [Read More]

What to Look for In a California Criminal Defense Attorney

Posted on : April 9, 2018
When hiring a California criminal defense attorney, you’ll want to look for someone who has extensive experience and one who will remain committed to you for the duration of the case. The attorney that you are looking for may not be the same person who you used after a vehicle accident, the person who put [Read More]

New Study Says That Crime Labs May Have Built-In Bias

Posted on : March 11, 2018
When test results are sent in to a crime lab, the outcome can significantly influence a person who has been accused. Especially if the results don’t seem accurate, it’s hard for an accused person to fight back. Often, these crime lab results are touted by the prosecution as pure science, but new research says those [Read More]

Study Shows That Homeless Arrests Are Up Across California

Posted on : February 14, 2018
Homeless Individuals Are Likely To Be Arrested Anyone can be arrested for a crime in Los Angeles or anywhere in California. But calls for prison and criminal justice reform are raising awareness about how specific populations may be targeted by police and authorities in terms of spending time in jail. Anyone who has been accused [Read More]

What You Need to Know About Assault & Battery Laws in California

Posted on : January 19, 2018
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Have you recently been accused of assault or battery in California? If so, it is pertinent that you schedule a consultation directly with a criminal defense attorney who can help you figure out the most appropriate strategy to protect yourself for years to come. For many people, the terms battery and assault can be confusing [Read More]

Consequences Of Driving a Golf Cart While Under The Influence

Posted on : September 12, 2017
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Golf is a great sport and it’s easy to get carried away at the club but what happens if you find yourself behind the wheel of a Golf Cart after an accident? Some of you may have caught the news last month; drinking while out for a game on the course is not uncommon and [Read More]