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Defendant California Criminal Cases Involving Informants 

Defendant California Criminal Cases Involving Informants 

Sometimes when arrested for a crime in California, it is quite common for police to use confidential and non-confidential informants when conducting a criminal investigation. Certain legal issues arise when an arrest is made and charges are filed against someone accused of a crime based on the use of a […]

By |October 17th, 2017|Criminal Appeals, Criminal Defense, Drug Crimes, Felony, los angeles criminal attorney, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Defendant California Criminal Cases Involving Informants 
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Prosecutorial Misconduct in California

Defending Criminal Cases in California — Prosecutorial Misconduct
Recently, it has come to light that dozens of persons accused of serious crimes in California were convicted on the heels of a prosecutor cheating or acting unethically in a case, often time referred to as prosecutorial misconduct.  Specifically, wrongful convictions included Christopher James Lloyd who suffered a criminal […]

By |October 7th, 2017|Criminal Appeals, Criminal Defense, los angeles criminal attorney, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Prosecutorial Misconduct in California

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

Withdrawing A Guilty Plea in California

Withdrawing a guilty plea in California after it has been entered is subject to certain legal requirements. There are often times when a defendant enters a plea to a charge pursuant to a plea bargain with the prosecutor negotiated by a criminal defense lawyer or a plea to the Court based on an indicated sentence […]

By |October 29th, 2014|Criminal Appeals|Comments Off on Withdrawing A Guilty Plea in California
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Police and Prosecutor Misconduct | Criminal Appeals in California

Police and prosecutor misconduct is one of the strongest grounds for criminal appeals in California.  Recent legal news in the United States has revealed that prosecutors in many states including California are now finally reviewing criminal convictions to determine if they should be overturned due to reasons such as police wrongdoing and/or prosecutorial misconduct.  (See […]

By |February 6th, 2014|Criminal Appeals|Comments Off on Police and Prosecutor Misconduct | Criminal Appeals in California
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