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  • U.S. Supreme Court may review forced blood draw DUI case
    U.S. Supreme Court may review forced blood draw DUI case

    Last year, the U.S. Supreme Court decided the case of Missouri v. McNeely , holding that officers must generally get a warrant before they forcibly draw someone's blood during a DUI investigation. The ...

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  • Does Prop. 47 reduce my prior felony conviction to a misdemeanor?
    Does Prop. 47 reduce my prior felony conviction to a misdemeanor?

    On November 4, 2014, California voters passed Proposition 47, which reduces certain felonies (mostly drug offenses) to misdemeanors. Not only does this affect those currently facing charges, but it is ...

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  • Jesse Whitten Named in National Trial Lawyers: Top 100
    Jesse Whitten Named in National Trial Lawyers: Top 100

    At Campbell Whitten, our attorneys are at no shortage for recognition from both past clients and professional peers for their abilities when it comes to criminal defense representation in the ...

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  • Campbell Whitten Named in 14 Best Criminal Defense Attorneys by Newsweek
    Campbell Whitten Named in 14 Best Criminal Defense Attorneys by Newsweek

    Newsweek's Best Lists are referred to for suggestions on seeking a wide range of professional services and assistance. Recently, the internationally-renown publication released its picks for the 14 ...

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  • New law would make it harder for government to seize money
    New law would make it harder for government to seize money

    We have previously discussed the fact that the government (local and federal) routinely seizes and confiscates money taken from individuals by law enforcement officers. The process of fighting the ...

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  • 7/3/14 Hypothetical
    7/3/14 Hypothetical

    Today's hypothetical - best answer wins $100 Consider the following scenarios and determine whether the officer had legal grounds for stopping the vehicle, and explain why: #1: Officer stops vehicle ...

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