Can You Be Denied the Right to a Concealed Weapons Permit Due to a Disorderly Conduct Conviction?

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Can You Be Denied the Right to a Concealed Weapons Permit Due to a Disorderly Conduct Conviction?

June 26, 2019

Not everyone in California has the same rights to own and carry a weapon. Those with a criminal past are often not allowed to hold a concealed weapons permit, or perhaps any weapon at all. Clients who want to carry a gun without worrying about committing a weapons crime often wonder what their options are […]

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Does Juror Misconduct Mean You Will Win an Appeal? Not Always

June 19, 2019

Jurors have specific rules they must follow while they are on a case. If they do not, then the case results may not be valid – but only in certain situations. Keep reading to learn what those situations are and then contact at to request a free legal consultation from an attorney. Examples of Juror […]

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If You Have Been Charged with Rape Then It is Imperative To Act Fast in Securing an Attorney

June 12, 2019

In today’s environment, simply being accused of rape can be enough to ruin a person’s life. Too often, a person who is accused will assume that hiring a criminal defense attorney will make them look guilty. They will wait much too long to contact us and their case will be all the more difficult for […]

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Understanding the Important Differences Between a Factual Innocence Motion and the C.A.R.E. Act

June 5, 2019

Anyone with an arrest record knows that it can follow them for the rest of their life. It can prevent them from attending college. It can prevent them from obtaining a professional license. Even if you were not convicted of the crime, the arrest record itself could have a negative effect on your life. Luckily, […]

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Call an Attorney Immediately if You Are Accused with Rape at a California College

May 27, 2019

Being accused of rape or any sex crime is a serious accusation to face. This can be doubly true if you are a college student because you can face both criminal charges and expulsion from your school. It can be challenging because the definition of rape has been expanded in recent years to include acts […]

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Everything You Need to Know About “Castle Doctrine” (Stand Your Ground) in California

May 20, 2019

Though technically California does not have a “stand your ground” policy, it does have a castle doctrine. This is very similar to a stand your ground policy but is expanded to include a person’s workplace or other real property in addition to their home. Keep reading to learn about the specifics of the castle doctrine. […]

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Learn the Difference Between a Preliminary Hearing and a Criminal Trial

May 13, 2019

If you have been accused of a crime for the first time in your life then you are likely not sure what comes next. That is one of the reasons to work with an experienced criminal defense attorney – we can be there for you each step of the way. If a preliminary hearing is […]

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What Should You Do if You Are Accused of Murder in the State of California?

May 6, 2019

Facing charges of murder in the state of California is a very serious and scary position to be in. No one should have to face this alone and the good news is that you don’t have to. Keep reading to find out the details about murder cases but be sure to contact at to get […]

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Agreeing to a Plea Bargain Isn’t the End of the Road: Learn About the Role Judges Play

April 25, 2019

A plea bargain, otherwise known as a plea deal, occurs when both sides of a case (the prosecution and the defense) agree on the right way to resolve a criminal case. While many people assume that this is the end of the criminal defense process, that is not the case. Keep reading to find out […]

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Are School Representatives or Police Required to Read Students Miranda Warnings?

April 18, 2019

Most people know that the police are required to advise any suspect they arrest of their Miranda rights. However, legal questions may arise when the person in question is a student and / or juvenile. Keep reading to find out how this is handled, then contact at for your free legal consultation. The Basics of […]

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