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    • Can You Appeal a Felony Conviction?

      California’s criminal justice system is tough, but it isn’t flawless. If you have been erroneously convicted of a felony offense, you should take every necessary step to make things right. After the ...

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    • REDUCING BAIL

      Many people who are arrested want to know if there is anything that can be done to reduce their bail. The simple answer is that a motion can be filed requesting a reduction of bail, but here are a few ...

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    • BURGLARY - AN OVERVIEW

      In California, Burglary is defined as an entry into a building or structure with the intent to commit a theft or any felony while inside. Burglary is divided into two degrees. If the structure entered ...

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    • What is Entrapment?

      One of the most common defenses in California crimes is entrapment. It is a defense that is based on interaction between law enforcement officers and the defendant prior to (or during) the alleged ...

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    • Does California Allow Cellphone Use While Driving?

      In today’s society, cellphones have become an instrumental part of our everyday lives. Whether we use it to stay connected with friends and family at all times or keep up with current events, we are ...

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    • The Stages of Regular Criminal Case

      Being arrested can be confusing and intimidating, especially when you don’t know what lies ahead. While you’re constitutionally guaranteed the right to a fair and speedy trial, the process for a ...

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    • Understanding Your Miranda Rights

      When you are taken into custody by law enforcement, they are required by law to read you your Miranda Warning, or as they are more commonly known, your Miranda Rights. The name comes from the Supreme ...

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    • Reviewing the History of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

      Throughout the years, one of the nation’s loudest and proudest voices in the movement to eliminate drunk driving and increase the penalties for doing so has consistently been Mothers Against Drunk ...

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    • Don't Talk To The Police

      https://youtu.be/JRjMGMQ5jps We are always talking to people about not talking to the police and exercising your right to remain silent. But what's the best way to go about this? Blame it on your ...

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  • DUI
    • Aggravated DUI vs. Regular DUI

      Not all DUI charges are created equal. In fact, certain extenuating circumstances can actually increase the severity of your charges dramatically. These escalated DUI charges are known as “aggravated ...

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    • How to Reinstate Your Suspended License

      So you’ve finally finished serving the agonizing license suspension as part of your DUI conviction and you’re ready to get back behind the wheel without restriction. What you may not realize is that ...

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    • Driving After a DUI Conviction

      When you are arrested and charged with driving under the influence, you will automatically receive an order of suspension and a temporary drivers’ license that is good for up to 30 days, or up until ...

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    • States Should Lower BAC Limit from .08% to .05%, Says NTSB

      Will lowering the legal limit for a driver’s blood alcohol content reduce the number of drunk driving accidents? That is the question that the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) hopes to ...

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    • Why is a Simple Solution to Police Brutality Being Ignored?

      Due to recent high profile events, awareness of the problem of police brutality has increased, but there is a simple solution to the problem that is largely being ignored, and often actively resisted ...

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    • 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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    • States Should Lower BAC Limit from .08% to .05%, Says NTSB

      Will lowering the legal limit for a driver’s blood alcohol content reduce the number of drunk driving accidents? That is the question that the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) hopes to ...

      Read More
    • Reviewing the History of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

      Throughout the years, one of the nation’s loudest and proudest voices in the movement to eliminate drunk driving and increase the penalties for doing so has consistently been Mothers Against Drunk ...

      Read More
    • Why is a Simple Solution to Police Brutality Being Ignored?

      Due to recent high profile events, awareness of the problem of police brutality has increased, but there is a simple solution to the problem that is largely being ignored, and often actively resisted ...

      Read More
    • Don't Talk To The Police

      https://youtu.be/JRjMGMQ5jps We are always talking to people about not talking to the police and exercising your right to remain silent. But what's the best way to go about this? Blame it on your ...

      Read More
    • Why is a Simple Solution to Police Brutality Being Ignored?

      Due to recent high profile events, awareness of the problem of police brutality has increased, but there is a simple solution to the problem that is largely being ignored, and often actively resisted ...

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    • When Can Police Search My Home Without a Warrant?

      The Fourth Amendment protects U.S. citizens from “unreasonable searches and seizures” by requiring police to establish probable cause in order to search someone’s home. In order to establish probable ...

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    • Why is a Simple Solution to Police Brutality Being Ignored?

      Due to recent high profile events, awareness of the problem of police brutality has increased, but there is a simple solution to the problem that is largely being ignored, and often actively resisted ...

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    • Using lasers to detect DUI drivers?

      In Poland, a laser system has been developed which can detect alcohol vapors inside passing vehicles from more than 60 feet away. Many are heralding this as a great tool that should be used in DUI ...

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    • What are the Differences Between Theft, Robbery and Burglary?

      Theft crimes come in a variety of forms, including robbery and burglary. Theft encompasses terms such as petty theft, grand theft, and larceny. Although robbery and burglary are sometimes categorized ...

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    • Understanding California's "Three Strikes" Law

      Being convicted of a felony crime in California is a serious deal. In addition to the heavy penalties and life-long consequences you could face, you could also be awarded a “strike” on your record. ...

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    • The Legal Difference Between Murder & Homicide

      Crime shows have become incredibly popular, and while many of them do the best they can to accurately recreate a police investigation, they’re not always spot on. In these instances, a number of myths ...

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