Los Angeles Resisting Arrest Attorney — Peaceful Protest or Crime?

The shock and for many sadness of the recent presidential election results has led many people across the country to protest.  They believe is a President-Elect who does not stand for all people of the United States.   Recently in Los Angeles protest, hundreds of people were detained, cited and even arrested for alleged vandalism, criminal [...]

By |November 15th, 2016|Assault, Criminal Defense, los angeles criminal attorney, Misdemeanor Charges, Protest Attorney, Resisting Arrest Attorney, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Los Angeles Resisting Arrest Attorney — Peaceful Protest or Crime?

Moving a Criminal Case to Another County — Los Angeles Criminal Attorney

When facing serious criminal charges the location of the prosecution will unfortunately have an effect on the ability to get a positive result including getting a criminal case dismissed, reduced or getting an acquittal from a jury.  It is no secret that Los Angeles County is less conservative than Orange or Ventura County.  Even within [...]

By |September 15th, 2016|Assault, Burglary, Changing Venue, Criminal Defense, Felony, Gun Charges, los angeles criminal attorney, Misdemeanor Charges, Murder, Sexual Assault Crimes, Theft Crimes, Uncategorized, Violent Crimes|Comments Off on Moving a Criminal Case to Another County — Los Angeles Criminal Attorney

Injured in Jail While Fighting a California Criminal Case

In my over 25 years of practicing law, my firm has represented defendants charged with serious felonies in California.  In many of those cases, bail is set at such a high number that Defendant’s will need to wait in jail until there case is resolved by either dismissal, trial or a plea bargain.   Whether you [...]

By |August 22nd, 2016|Assault, Criminal Defense, Injured in Jail, los angeles criminal attorney, Uncategorized, Violent Crimes|Comments Off on Injured in Jail While Fighting a California Criminal Case

Posting Bail on California Criminal Charges — Defendants No Longer Have to Post Bail Twice

When arrested in California on criminal charges many defendants’ first call is not to an attorney but rather to a bail bondsman in  hopes of getting out of jail immediately.   Typically, a bail bonds company in California will require a defendant in custody to come up with 10% of the actual scheduled bail.  Even in [...]

By |July 23rd, 2016|Assault, Burglary, Criminal Defense, Driving Under the Influence, Drug Crimes, Gun Charges, los angeles criminal attorney, Theft Crimes|Comments Off on Posting Bail on California Criminal Charges — Defendants No Longer Have to Post Bail Twice

Challenging Three Strikes Charges in California

Sometimes the mistakes made many years ago have a lasting impact. A criminal record from 20 years ago can come back to haunt. Recently our office prevailed in representing an individual who was charged with violating California Penal Code 29800 commonly referred to as ex-con in possession of a gun or firearm. One of the [...]

By |June 28th, 2016|Assault, Criminal Appeals, Criminal Defense, Gun Charges, los angeles criminal attorney, Three Strike Laws, Violent Crimes|Comments Off on Challenging Three Strikes Charges in California
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