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Criminal Defense

What To Do If You’re Framed
What To Do If You’re Framed

According to the Innocence Project, anywhere between 2.3 to 5 percent of people who are currently incarcerated are innocent. That means that up to 110,000 inmates across the U.S. were falsely accused or framed for crimes that they did not commit. With such staggering statistics, it is essential that you know what to do if you’re framed or falsely accused of a crime that you did not partake in.

How to File a Restraining Order
How to File a Restraining Order

We will develop many relationships throughout the course of our lives. Unfortunately, not all are the healthy ones that will have our best interests in mind. If you have been abused, there are likely fears that further physical harm or worse may occur if the abuser contacts you again.

Know Your Rights During a Police Encounter
Know Your Rights During a Police Encounter

It is important to know your rights when being questioned in a police encounter in all phases of an investigation. Whether you are the subject of a traffic stop or you are being questioned concerning a potential crime, the protocol is essentially the same.

Criminal Court Process in California – What You Should Know
Criminal Court Process in California – What You Should Know

The criminal court process in California progresses in an orderly fashion through different stages. Here’s what you should expect if you are arrested and charged with a crime in California:

Radar Gun Errors Can Lead to Unfair Speeding Tickets
Radar Gun Errors Can Lead to Unfair Speeding Tickets

If you have ever been the victim of a speeding ticket radar gun error, then you know how frustrating it can be when you are stopped for a crime you did not commit. Every driver knows how fast they are going when they are pulled over. The question is, does the officer who stopped you […]

New Law Makes Possession of a Controlled Substance a Misdemeanor
New Law Makes Possession of a Controlled Substance a Misdemeanor

Possession of a controlled substance was long known as a “wobbler” statute in California, as it could be charged as a felony or a misdemeanor, depending on the drug type and other circumstances.

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