Violent Crimes

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

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

Ferguson Case and CA Law on Murder and Self-Defense

The controversial grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri, has not only led to civil disobedience including protests in Ferguson but throughout the United States including Los Angeles, California.   https://news.yahoo.com/no-indictment-chaos-fills-ferguson-streets-083434303.html  The grand jury in Ferguson decided that there was not enough evidence or “probable cause” to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson who shot Michael Brown [...]

By |December 1st, 2014|Violent Crimes|Comments Off on Ferguson Case and CA Law on Murder and Self-Defense

Carjacking Charges in California

Carjacking charges in California can result in numerous felony charges.  Case in point: The carjacking/DUI chase in Yorba Linda California last week led to an arrest of a suspect that luckily did not seriously injure or kill another citizen during the chase http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2014/09/05/fullerton-police-in-pursuit-of-carjacking-suspect/    The crime of carjacking can often lead to additional charges including DUI, [...]

By |September 19th, 2014|Violent Crimes|Comments Off on Carjacking Charges in California
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