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Elden3post
In the corporate world, white collar crime is far from sparse. Business people have access to all sorts of insider information, funds, assets, etc. and these crimes can be very scandalous, especially when powerful faces in business are involved. If you take the risk of committing a white collar crime, you can face many years...
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Under the California Penal Code 290 PC, when an individual is convicted of a certain sex crime they are required to register as a sex offender. The California sex offender database is run by the California Department of Justice, and the information is uploaded to their “Megan’s Law” website for the public. What is Megan’s...
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Bestlawyer
What Makes an Effective Federal Criminal Defense Attorney? There are a number of traits that make a successful federal criminal defense lawyer. Some of the more obvious skills include intelligence, interpersonal skills, experience, and excellent written and oral communication. These skills are generally what people look for when they are seeking the help of a...
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Before a defendant can face prosecution in a criminal case, they must be in their “right” mind in order to understand the charges being brought against them. Known as “competence”, when a defendant’s mental state restricts them from comprehending the charges in their case, the court will deem them as incompetent to stand trial. When...
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Elden Mdma
In California, making a criminal threat falls under Penal Code 422(a) PC. This statute prohibits any person who willfully threatens to commit a crime which will result in death or great bodily injury to another person, and it is to be taken as a threat, even if there is no intent of actually carrying it...
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If you are a crime show fanatic or have been following the recent news reports regarding the college admissions scandal with celebrities Huffman and Laughlin, you have probably heard of the word “indictment”. Simply put, an indictment is a formal accusation against someone who is suspected of committing a serious crime, filed after the conclusion...
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Criminal Law
The Statute of Limitations or “SOL” is a statute that assigns a certain time after which rights cannot be enforced by legal action or offenses cannot be punished. Therefore, if files are charged after the Statute of Limitation period expires, a person can’t be lawfully arrested or charged for that offense. However, in certain instances,...
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Eldegn
Regardless of the situation, it can always be nerve racking when interacting with law enforcement officials, especially when they come knocking at your door. In this specific instance, it is incredibly important to know your rights and have the answers to these questions: Are you legally required to open the door? If they only want...
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Elden Mdma
If you have been charged with sexual assault, it is vital to seek legal representation as soon as possible. Sexual assault allegations are taken very seriously, and a being convicted of sexual assault secures consequences that will follow an individual for the rest of their life. What Classifies Sexual Assault? Sexual assault is any type...
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Elden3post
When people think of embezzlement, they generally think of a corporate officer stealing millions of dollars from company funds. Although this is true, there are many other ways one can be convicted of embezzlement. For example, taking money from deposits before bringing them to the bank or using a company credit card for non-related company...
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Accidents Because accidents happen regularly, California law recognizes this, and excuses alleged criminal conduct that occurs accidentally. However, this only applies if the crime that you accidentally committed was without criminal intent or negligence. With this, you should bear no criminal liability, yet, in some accident cases, prosecutors may still file charges if it appears...
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Elden
In the United States, The Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution reads as follows: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing...
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Eldenexpunge
Misdemeanor Under California Penal Code Section 1203.4 PC, a process called “expungement” can allow you to have a misdemeanor conviction removed from your record in California. This process helps individuals with a record secure schooling, an apartment or a job with much more ease. Getting an expungement is much more attainable with an experienced criminal...
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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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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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If you or a loved one has been convicted of a federal crime or you have reason to believe that the conclusion the jury came to was wrong, or that your trial was biased or unfair in some way, you may be interested in an appeal. Or, you may be interested in appealing a sentence...
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DUI stands for Driving Under Influence, and it is a major offense in California. Underage DUI is charged with stricter penalties in order to curb the high rise of auto accidents leading to fatalities. When an officer detains or arrests you for a DUI test, you are liable under California law to take it. Refusal...
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One common question that many ask is whether they are obliged by law to stop and give a blood or breath test to the law enforcers at a DUI stop, in the State of California. According to California law, an individual is required to take a blood or breath test if they are arrested in...
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One of the recent moves by the Supreme Court includes a ruling which is said to have a direct retroactive effect on the one moved in 2012, which imposed a ban on the automatic life without parole sentences for juvenile murderers. This move is expected to apply to an estimate of hundreds of inmates. This...
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Getting involved in and being charged with a felony in your country is very different from that of being convicted of breaking the law at the border of another one. The reason? You don’t know about the laws of that country and most importantly, are completely unaware about what to do when you are charged...
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