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

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

Los Angeles Burglary Ring Exposed — Potential Penalties for First Degree and Second Degree Burglary Charges in California

Recently, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department exposed a wide and sophisticated burglary ring in Los Angeles where numerous alleged suspects are being investigated for burglarizing hundreds of residences in Los Angeles County.  Charges of burglary of a residence whether it be a home, apartment, RV trailer or any other kind of residence can be very serious [...]

By |July 18th, 2016|Burglary, Criminal Defense, los angeles criminal attorney, Misdemeanor Charges, Theft Crimes|Comments Off on Los Angeles Burglary Ring Exposed — Potential Penalties for First Degree and Second Degree Burglary Charges in California
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