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  • Why Should I Plead Not Guilty?
    Why Should I Plead Not Guilty?

    Arraignment is a defendant’s first appearance in criminal court. In this court hearing, a judge will ask a defendant how they choose to plead (e.g. not guilty, guilty, or no contest). Unfortunately, ...

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  • An Overview of California's Gun Laws
    An Overview of California's Gun Laws

    Gun control is a hot-button issue in our country, and California is one of the strictest states in the U.S. regulating the sale, possession, and use of firearms. If you plan to carry a gun, it’s ...

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  • New 2019 Criminal Justice Laws in California
    New 2019 Criminal Justice Laws in California

    On January 1 st , 2019, a number of updates and changes to California’s criminal justice and public safety laws took effect. Everything from police transparency to gun control laws have seen ...

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  • Four Things You Should Never Do During An Arrest
    Four Things You Should Never Do During An Arrest

    From the moment you are approached by a police officer or law enforcement agent about a potential case or crime, you are under the microscope of the law. Everything you say and do will be scrutinized, ...

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  • Weapon Offenses: Illegally Owning, Using, or Handling a Weapon
    Weapon Offenses: Illegally Owning, Using, or Handling a Weapon

    California has some of the strictest stances on gun control and legal gun use in the country. While there are many circumstances in which it is legal to use, handle, or possess a firearm, there are ...

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  • What Can Happen If You Violate Probation
    What Can Happen If You Violate Probation

    When a conviction for a criminal violation is all but guaranteed due to overwhelming circumstantial evidence against the defendant, a skilled criminal defense attorney may still be able to work with ...

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