Monthly Archives: March 2017

White Collar Crimes

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White collar crime is a term that is used to define a crime that is non-violent and involves an act intended for the financial gain of the person accused of committing the crime. I have handled numerous such cases in … Continue reading

New Law May Lead to Early Release for Thousands of CA Prisoners

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In November, Californians voted overwhelmingly to approve California Proposition 57, which was proposed by Governor Jerry Brown as part of an effort to reduce prison populations in our state. Now, there is a hotly debated public review underway to discuss … Continue reading

Theft Charges in California

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While it is true that “stealing is stealing,” it is also true that there are different types of theft as defined by California criminal laws and that each theft charge may carry a different sentence depending on the severity of … Continue reading

How Bail Works In A Criminal Case

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When a person is arrested for a crime, one of the first things that their family or friends look for is a way to get him or her out of jail. That is why often their first call is to … Continue reading

Domestic Violence Charges: 15 Things Everyone Should Know

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As a criminal defense attorney, I have handled countless cases involving domestic violence. These cases can often be complex and require the skillĀ and the knowhow and that only an experienced criminal defense attorney has. Below are some of the more … Continue reading