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There are dozens of defense strategies available to fight criminal charges. Your selection of a strategy should include the opinion of your criminal defense lawyer, consideration of your charges, and a thorough examination of the facts. Here are six of the most effective criminal defense strategies. Duress or Immediate Danger If you can prove that...
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As experienced criminal defense lawyers, we pride ourselves in our up-to-date knowledge of federal crimes and criminal law standards. These standards are determined by cases that move through our court system, each making a lasting imprint on the way our legal system functions. Over the past month, we’ve kept the following stories on our radar:...
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App Elden
When someone is convicted of a crime, the purpose of the associated penalties is to make amends for the crime(s) committed, and ideally, began a path towards reforming their previous lifestyle, so that they may integrate successfully as a functioning, productive member of society. One of the first steps along this path is finding stable,...
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While most people have heard of white collar crimes, many have misconceptions about the types of offenses that fall under this broad umbrella term. One of the best ways of understanding the elements of white collar crime is by paying attention to current news stories and seeing the law in action. We specialize in white...
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The California court system is the largest in the United States, serving the nearly 40 million residents of the state. According to the most recent data available, over 6 million cases were filed in California’s Superior Courts during just one year. The court system is busy and frequently overburdened. Their goal is to provide justice...
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Sexting Laws
According to Pew Research, 95% of Americans now own a mobile phone. This has changed our behaviors on many fronts, including the ability to instantly text or share images with others. This has induced a need for specific regulations for communications that are more intimate in nature, commonly referred to as sexting. What Is Sexting?...
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In the United States, our legal system is comprised of two different bodies of law that serve to bring justice to victims of wrongdoings and appropriate punishment to criminals that commit these acts. These two bodies are criminal law and civil law. Crimes committed under these laws are different in definition, required burden of proof...
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As criminal defense attorneys, we know that there is always something happening in the world of criminal law. News of federal crimes can be found on the front pages almost every day. Some of these cases are incredibly important because they set a standard or precedence for the future of how criminal cases are prosecuted...
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If there’s one thing that most Americans know, it’s that our healthcare system is complex. There are many layers and so much to understand that mistakes in the system are practically unavoidable. These mistakes can be expensive, but some of the costliest issues for health care, including Medicare, aren’t mistakes at all, but instead intentional...
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For many people, the word racketeering suggests images of massive criminal enterprises and infamous cases. Well recognized names, from John Gotti to Harvey Weinstein, have been associated with racketeering, but it’s also a crime that occurs quite commonly on a much smaller scale. In 1970, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) was passed....
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Drug trafficking is a major issue for the United States. The Southern District of California has been listed as one of the areas of the country where drug trafficking is the highest, which means that we’re constantly keeping our eye out for new cases, changes and developments regarding drug trafficking laws. Paying attention to current...
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Resist an Arrest
An arrest occurs when an officer of the law takes a person into custody with the intent to interrogate or prosecute them regarding a crime. The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution authorizes arrest only in cases where an officer has probable cause to believe that a crime has been committed and that the...
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Sexual crimes aren’t always the easiest to talk about, especially given the pain, confusion and shame that often accompanies them. This lack of dialogue has led to some general misunderstanding and misconceptions about the definitions of specific sex crimes, including the differences between sexual battery and rape. For people facing charges involving sex crimes, understanding...
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As criminal defense lawyers, it’s our job to stay on top of the most recent news stories and developments in criminal law cases. The world of criminal law and federal crimes is expansive, and every day there’s at least one news story that catches our attention. While some of these are major news stories that...
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In a criminal case, the preliminary hearing is an important step in the justice process. It is known as a pre-trial hearing because it includes major interactions between the defense and prosecution that can affect whether the case will proceed to trial and whether a crime was committed. What happens at a preliminary hearing can...
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Criminal charges related to white-collar crimes like money laundering, securities fraud, stealing credit cards, tax evasion, insider trading, and embezzlement cases are always in the news because of the amount of money white collar criminals steal from individuals and corporations. Let’s take a look at some recent news involving high profile white-collar criminal charges and...
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Convicted sex offenders face a number of life-altering penalties, including sex offender registration, and heightened interest by local law enforcement, especially if registered sex offenders move into a neighborhood where someone learns their criminal history by accessing a law website. Let’s take a look at which sex offenders are required to register, and what registration...
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Wire Fraud
What is wire fraud in the United States? To answer that question, we first have to define fraud, which in most states is any activity for the purpose of obtaining money or personal gain by making false statements, misleading, or deceiving another person. Wire fraud occurs when someone uses any type of electronic communications, television...
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Criminal lawyers are always trying to stay on top of the latest news in criminal law because it could affect the way they defend a client. Whether it means changes in how criminal offenses are charged or changes in sentencing for drug crimes, there’s always something new in United States federal criminal law, criminal procedure,...
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In California, the term “sex crime” is used to define many different offenses, and the laws that pertain to them. Sex crimes can be misdemeanor or felony offenses, depending on the circumstances. When most people think of a sex crime, the first offense that comes to mind is usually rape. While California has one of...
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