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A Plea Deal Could Limit the Impact of Criminal Penalties

A Plea Deal Could Limit the Impact of Criminal Penalties When you are facing criminal charges, your lawyer is tasked with doing everything possible to assist you in avoiding a conviction. In some cases, however, the evidence against you and the overall circumstances might just be too overwhelming. Or, maybe you actually did commit the […]

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Understanding the Rights of Criminal Defendants

Understanding the Rights of Criminal Defendants In the age of social media, many people are quick to inaccurately conclude that just because someone is accused of a crime, he or she committed the crime. In reality, people are accused of crimes they did not commit all the time. If you or a loved one has […]

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My Child Was Caught Drinking and Driving, Now What?

My Child Was Caught Drinking and Driving, Now What? Anyone with a teenaged child knows that teens do not always make the best decisions. Even well-intentioned children can get mixed up with the wrong crowd and take dangerous risks. If you have a teenaged child who has been accused of driving under the influence, you […]

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Increasing Prevalence of Plea Bargains May Be a Threat to Defendants’ Rights

Increasing Prevalence of Plea Bargains May Be a Threat to Defendants’ Rights Although television and movies make it seem that nearly every legal conflict results in a dramatic trial, the reality is that the majority of cases in the California criminal justice system never go to trial. In fact, in most cases, a criminal defendant […]

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What Is the Difference Between Expungement and Sealing a Juvenile Criminal Record?

What Is the Difference Between Expungement and Sealing a Juvenile Criminal Record? You have probably heard the legal terms “expungement” and “record sealing” before, but may not know exactly what these terms mean. Expungement means that an individual’s criminal record is cleared completely of a certain crime or arrest. In other words, expungement clears a […]

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Cosby’s Legal Team Files Appeal Claiming Bias Played a Part in Sentencing

Cosby’s Legal Team Files Appeal Claiming Bias Played a Part in Sentencing Few celebrities have fallen from fame more dramatically than the once-adored comedian and television personality, Bill Cosby. In September, Cosby was sentenced to three to ten years’ imprisonment for three counts of aggravated indecent assault. These are only a portion of the sex […]

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Bill Cosby Sentenced to State Prison for Sex Crimes

Bill Cosby Sentenced to State Prison for Sex Crimes The last few years have been monumental with regard to bringing awareness to sex crimes. A staggering number of famous actors, comedians, political figures, and other celebrities have been accused of sexual harassment and other sexual misconduct. Women and men who have been sexually harassed or […]

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When You Are Falsely Accused of a Sex Crime

When You Are Falsely Accused of a Sex Crime Over the course of the last year or so, concerns regarding sexual assault, sexual harassment, and other forms of sexual misconduct have grabbed national headlines. Film mogul Harvey Weinstein was accused of multiple incidents of sexual assault last fall. In May, legendary entertainer Bill Cosby was […]

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Bill Would Require Doctors on Probation to Notify Patients

Bill Would Require Doctors on Probation to Notify Patients In the last few years, horrifying allegations have been made against high-profile medical professionals including USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar and University of Southern California gynecologist George Tyndall. Nassar was convicted of molesting hundreds of girls while Tyndall’s alleged behavior is the subject of an […]

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You Have a Right to Know About Exculpatory Evidence

You Have a Right to Know About Exculpatory Evidence Throughout a criminal investigation, sometimes evidence is discovered that proves the defendant did not commit the crime being investigated. This evidence, called exculpatory evidence, has the ability to completely end the ordeal of a drawn-out investigation and the associated costs for the defendant on trial. Unfortunately, […]

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