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  • As a Glendale criminal defense lawyer, I know that being charged with a crime can happen to anybody. A police officer is a human being, and he or she occasionally makes mistakes in arresting individuals. He or she may lack probable cause to arrest a person. If you have been arrested for a crime in… [Continue Reading]

    Glendale Criminal Defense Lawyer
  • Violent crimes are perhaps the most serious charges requiring an experienced and dedicated defense lawyer involve violent crime cases.  GLOTZER and SWEAT LLP has handled a variety of violent crime cases, including murder, attempted murder, felony resisting arrest, assault with a deadly weapon and assault and battery.  Sentencing in these types of cases can range… [Continue Reading]

    Violent Crimes
  • Our firm handles all types of criminal appeals in California.  An appeal is an attempt to overturn a conviction based upon legal errors that may have occurred that may allow the conviction to be attacked.  A successful appeal can result in the suppression of evidence that was admitted at trial, a reduction in the sentence… [Continue Reading]

    Criminal Appeals in California
  • Felony 2 Strikes Case Lancaster, California Result: Dismissal of Strikes and Probation. Felony 2 Strikes Case Fontana, California Result: Dismissal of Strikes and Probation. DMV Hearing for Minor with blood alcohol of .05 Van Nuys, California Result: Dismissed Embezzlement of funds over $150,000.00 Long Beach, California Result: Probation Embezzlement and Fraud over $100,000.00 Airport Court, California Result: Probation Attempted Murder Los Angeles Metro Court Result: Dismissed DMV… [Continue Reading]

    Case Results
  • The Criminal process in California depends upon a lot of factors including the level of the offense charged (misdemeanor or felony), the nature of the criminal charges and other things.  This is a brief explanation of generally what happens in felony cases: Arraignment • First Appearance Your arraignment is your first appearance in court after… [Continue Reading]

    Criminal Process
  • About our criminal defense lawyers: JOSHUA W. GLOTZER When you or a loved one is arrested, protection of your legal rights can only come from an effective and experienced attorney. In a criminal case, it is essential to retain an experienced attorney who has the knowledge to challenge the police and prosecutors and provide the… [Continue Reading]

    About our Criminal Defense Lawyers

Money Laundering Charges in California

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Money laundering charges in California arise when a person or business entity is accused of filtering illicit funds through a legitimate business enterprise.  Case in point: In recent days, a raid on different clothing companies in downtown Los Angeles revealed charges that businesses were laundering money through their business into the pocket of members of […]

Civil Compromise in CA Criminal Cases

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Civil compromise in CA criminal cases is a concept whereby an agreement to pay for the damages caused by a potentially criminal incident can reduce or dismiss the charged crimes. Having the right advice and representation of a Los Angeles criminal attorney can make all the difference in these cases.   In California, many persons […]

Attempted Murder in CA

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Attempted murder in CA could be the charge in the recent club shooting in Los Angeles.  By now most persons have heard of the disturbing story of multiple persons being shot in a nightclub in Los Angeles including infamous rap mogul, Suge Knight.  It appears from stories that the shooters intent was to harm Chris […]

Can Silence Be Used Against You?

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During my almost 20 years of practicing criminal defense, many clients and prospective clients always believe they have a good defense since the arresting police officer failed to read them their Miranda rights.   Sometimes such a failure by an arresting officer or sheriff’s deputy can lead to the suppression of an incriminating statement.  However, in California, the […]