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David Elden
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What is Counterfeiting? Counterfeiting is a crime that occurs when a person manufactures or tries to pass off an item as being authentic when it’s not.  The most common types of counterfeiting occur when trademarks are applied to imitation goods for sale, and fake currency is printed that looks and feels real. But, it goes...
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The act of violating any federal fraud law can easily become a major disaster for a business. Therefore, it is always essential to consult a federal defense attorney who is experienced enough to advise you on how to deal with any violation of the federal statutes. Some of the most common federal law statute violations...
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Resist an Arrest
Federal charges are extremely serious and should never be taken lightly. Federal Agents will often make arrests when they know individuals are least likely to put up a “fight”, like in the middle of the night, or in the early morning when you are not yet fully awake. This may be the scariest moment in...
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The Supreme Court has affirmed this in several cases. Perhaps, one of the most famous instances is the 2004 case, Crawford v. Washington, where the Court held that a person providing testimony has to be in the courtroom and actually testify and be available for cross-examination. How Does This Work with Business Records? Since the...
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What is Forgery? You have most likely seen forgery play out in movies and TV where one person is signing another person’s signature for some type of monetary gain, but most people don’t really know the real meaning of forgery in all its incarnations. So what is forgery and why is it considered such a...
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Ban the Box was established to remove the stigma of a job candidate’s conviction or arrest record so that employers can firstly consider their job qualifications. Fostered by All of Us or None, BNB eliminates the conviction history question from job applications and postpones background checks until later in the hiring process. Currently, 33 states...
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With another year coming to a close, it’s time to take a look at a few remarkable criminal justice victories throughout Northern America.   Restoration Rights District of Columbia B22-0452, the Clemency Board Establishment Act of 2017, was introduced on September 19. This creates a Clemency Board to advance local control over the Clemency process...
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 “You have the right to remain silent…” is arguably one of the most popular and well known legal phrases in the United states. These six words are the beginning of the Miranda Warning, which is used to inform criminal suspects who have been taken into custody of their Fifth Amendment rights to not make any...
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It’s estimated that more than 12 million women and men will become the victim of domestic violence this year – that’s roughly 24 people every minute. Domestic violence comes in many forms, but most commonly involves threats or acts of violence among members of the same household. In the state of California, domestic violence is...
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Drug trafficking is among the most lucrative crimes in the world. As our country is in the midst of an ongoing opioid crisis, it’s estimated that more than 115 people die from an overdose every day sand that drug trafficking cost the nation more than $78 billion annually. We’ve reached the point in the epidemic...
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A criminal conviction can impact your entire life. Not only does a conviction include penalties such as incarceration and significant fines, but there’s also the fact that you’ll have a criminal record that can potentially follow you around for the rest of your life. The unfortunate truth is that a criminal record can set you...
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If you’ve been paying attention to the news, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that California has been getting quite a bit of attention due to their latest movements in the area of criminal justice reform. California is currently on the forefront of making crucial changes to the criminal justice system, with both sides being equally vocal about...
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Criminal activity is happening every day across every city in America. As criminal defense attorneys, we take a special interest in any news story that involves criminal law. Recently, there have been several news stories that have captured the attention of the entire nation. While these stories paint a picture of the troubles we’re experiencing...
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There are few things more unnerving than being forced into handcuffs, placed in a police car, and tossed in a jail cell. Whether or not you believe you did anything wrong, the moment you are offered a phone call, you need to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney. Making immediate contact is essential for a...
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Marijuana laws and regulations are changing across the United States. While some of these changes have positive effects, they can muddle the system and make it difficult to know right from wrong. In California, consumers have dozens of questions about recreational and medical marijuana laws. Here, we’ll outline what’s legal, what isn’t, what additional restrictions...
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At Elden Law Group, we keep a close eye on local, state, and national cases. Our country has reached a crossroads when it comes to prosecuting and sentencing white collar crimes, and we feel recent cases have highlighted this change. Here are three of the most important cases we have on our radar: California Representative...
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When it comes to criminal law, felonies are very serious crimes. They can be violent or non-violent, and usually result in incarceration for at least one year, if convicted. This imprisonment will take place in a state prison, rather than a county or local facility. Finally, criminal fines for felonies can amount to thousands of...
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CA Penal Code 459, also known as the burglary law for the state of California, is separate from robbery and theft. It covers a “wobbler” crime, since burglary can be charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony based on the defendant’s past and the details of the crime. Burglary, defined under Penal Code 459,...
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Not a day goes by that we don’t check the news and learn about a new case in the world of federal crime. In a world that seems increasingly at unrest, it’s important to stay on top of the news stories that can affect us all. Here are three current criminal law news stories that...
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Theft
Grand theft auto, the charge associated with stealing an automobile, is considered a felony in most states. While other theft crimes are divided into petty and grand theft depending on the value of the stolen property, the stealing of a vehicle is taken more seriously. This is true even when the value of the vehicle...
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