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Can You Beat A California DUI With A Public Defender?

A DUI conviction carries one of the harshest mandatory penalties in California. From expensive fines and penalty assessments to an automatic suspension of your driver’s license and completion of a DUI education program, a skilled DUI attorney is paramount to the success of your legal defense. Over the course of our California DUI defense firm’s…

Why Hire An Experienced California DUI Lawyer?

DUI charges are the most common serious traffic crimes in California. As a result, police agencies throughout the state make a concerted effort to target drunk drivers for arrest. In addition, the California legislature has continually enacted new DUI laws and amended existing laws to mandate increasingly harsher punishments for those convicted. Many people arrested…

Criminal Threats Penalties In California

California Penal Code 422(a) defines the crime of Criminal Threats as the willful act of threatening, whether in-person, by telephone, or by any other form of electronic communication, to commit a crime which will result in death or great bodily injury to another person with the specific intent that the statement is to be taken…

How to Proceed If Your Child is in Criminal Trouble

When a youth is arrested, parents often struggle with knowing what to do to ensure the best possible outcome for their kid. Many wish they could defend their kids in court themselves because often parents are willing to do anything. But the best thing you can do as a parent who has a kid in…

Prop 36 & Changes To The Law

How Proposition 36 Revises California’s Three-Strikes Law California’s three-strikes law was passed in 1994. From the beginning, the unjust statute stirred tremendous controversy. While its intent was to incarcerate violent criminals, it resulted in putting nonviolent offenders behind bars for life, often for minor crimes. Voters overwhelmingly passed Proposition 36 in November 2012 to correct…