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What Are the Alternative Sentencing Options for Domestic Abuse in California?


What Are the Alternative Sentencing Options for Domestic Abuse in California?

May 27, 2020

When you’ve been accused of committing domestic violence, one of the first thoughts that runs through your head is, “What will my punishment look like if I get charged?” This would be the concern for anybody, whether or not they’ve actually committed the act. So, it’s only natural to start mentally preparing yourself for facing […]

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Accused of Inflicting Physical Harm on Your Spouse in Southern California? Remember: Innocent Until Proven Guilty

May 20, 2020

It’s never a pleasant time reaching into your mailbox, only to find an envelope containing a court date. Then, you discover that your ex is trying to wrongly accuse you of domestic violence. How did this come to be? What sort of proof do they have? Will the judge believe a word that comes out […]

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Key Tips to Defending Yourself Against Domestic Violence Allegations in Montebello CA

May 13, 2020

Nothing’s worse than being accused of doing something you’ve never done and would never think about doing. We’ve all had an experience growing up where our sibling or cruel classmate decided to “tell on us,” only that what they were telling on us for wasn’t something that we actually did. It’s a different type of […]

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Is Domestic Battery a Misdemeanor or Felony in the State of California?

May 6, 2020

If anyone is to be convicted of a crime, they’re going to cross their fingers that it will be a misdemeanor instead of a felony. Misdemeanors, after all, result in less serious legal consequences than their felony counterparts. But, of course, it isn’t up to the accused whether they will be charged with a misdemeanor […]

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Why Has Domestic Violence Risen in California Since the Coronavirus?

April 28, 2020

Domestic violence doesn’t only occur in certain regions, among couples of a certain age range or ethnicity, or even at a specific time. Anyone can be a suspect; anyone can be a victim – and at any time, too. And, in order for domestic violence to occur, there doesn’t have to be substance abuse involved […]

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Is Someone Falsely Accusing You of Elder Abuse? Hire a Los Angeles Attorney Now

April 20, 2020

Elder abuse is illegal. It’s wrong. It’s unfair. It’s inconceivable. Yet, it still happens all the time in the state of California, perhaps more than we might realize. And, often, the victim doesn’t even know the abuse is happening as it can be done behind their back without their knowledge at all. Other times, the […]

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What is Child Endangerment by California Definition?

April 14, 2020

In California, child endangerment is another name for “child abuse.” Many of us are aware of what this crime can entail. However, not all of us are familiar with of all the types of child abuse, especially the ones that might not be as common. Examples of Child Endangerment Child abuse or endangerment can come […]

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Call an Attorney in Los Angeles Now if You’re Being Wrongfully Put on Trial for Domestic Abuse

April 6, 2020

With most people being quarantined at home during the Coronavirus, it’s no surprise that the rate of domestic abuse has risen as a result. It’s a frightening reality, but really, it’s not a surprising one. These are difficult times after all. But despite the fact that domestic abuse has increased, this doesn’t mean that someone […]

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What are the Maximum Penalties in California for Vehicular Manslaughter?

March 12, 2020

Being charged with vehicular manslaughter, also known as Penal Code 192(c), is a serious ordeal. It is defined as negligently injuring or causing the death of another person while driving a motor vehicle. Due to the seriousness surrounding this crime, it’s not a surprise that many are curious regarding the consequences if proven guilty of […]

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What’s the Difference Between Simple Kidnapping and Aggravated Kidnapping in California?

January 28, 2020

When we think of kidnapping, we imagine a stranger taking a child, who they don’t have custody of and may not even know, several feet away from their original destination without their parent or guardians’ knowledge. However, kidnapping cases aren’t always this simplistic. For instance, a parent who has custody of a child can still […]

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