One of the biggest news stories of the year – outside the never-ending circus that is the current presidential administration – has been the college admissions cheating scandal that broke out in March. For those who have been tracking it in the news, you...read more
If you are convicted of domestic violence, it will impact your life in several significant ways. If you are a gun owner you will lose your gun rights for a minimum of ten years, and possibly for the rest of your life. Both California and Federal law make...read more
If you’re charged with a crime and end up going to trial, the biggest influence on whether or not you’re convicted will depend on the evidence against you. The evidence the prosecution gathers will either be admissible (can be used in court) or...read more
The category of property crimes in criminal law covers a wide range of offenses. It includes common crimes relating to theft and/or destruction of someone else’s property all the way up to armed robbery and arson. With that said, there are some property...read more
Drinking and driving is a bad idea. California courts look very unfavorably on those convicted of driving under the influence (DUI), and the penalties can be very severe. While the minimum and maximum penalties for a DUI are defined by state statutes,...read more
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