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  • Common Defenses to DUI Charges & the Reliability of PAS Devices
    Common Defenses to DUI Charges & the Reliability of PAS Devices

    If you have been charged with a DUI, you are likely stressing out about the consequences awaiting you after your conviction. You may be concerned about heavy fines, jail time, or the overall effects a ...

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  • Common Defenses for Assault with a Deadly Weapon
    Common Defenses for Assault with a Deadly Weapon

    Assault with a deadly weapon is outlined in California Penal Code 245 [1], and is considered an aggravated assault with the use of an object to inflict injury, or to act in a manner that is likely to ...

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  • Handling Your DUI with Past Convictions
    Handling Your DUI with Past Convictions

    While being charged with driving under the influence (DUI) is a troubling matter under any circumstances, repeat drunk driving offenses in California can be particularly serious and can expose drivers ...

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  • Social Media Pictures & Videos Used as Self-Incriminating Evidence
    Social Media Pictures & Videos Used as Self-Incriminating Evidence

    Your social media apps and pages may be customized just to your liking but personal touches do not create privacy in the eyes of the law. If there is criminal evidence posted to your Facebook, ...

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  • Illegal Search & Seizure - What Are Your Rights?
    Illegal Search & Seizure - What Are Your Rights?

    In California, residents are protected from illegal search and seizure under both federal and state law. Most notably, the Fourth Amendment restricts the power of law enforcement to: Make arrests ...

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  • I've Been Charged with a Crime. Do I Have to Show up to Court?
    I've Been Charged with a Crime. Do I Have to Show up to Court?

    For Felony Offenses: If you have been charged with a felony, the answer is yes. Failure to appear on a felony offense will result in a bench warrant being issued for your arrest and, if you are out on ...

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