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Will I Need to Testify In My Criminal Case?

Posted on : December 19, 2020
Were you charged with a crime and have an upcoming criminal hearing? You may be thinking about whether or not you’ll have to take the stand and testify to your innocence. Fortunately, most criminal defense lawyers don’t allow their clients to take the stand unless there’s no other way to achieve a desirable settlement. Here’s Read More

What Rights Does a Juvenile Facing Criminal Charges Have?

Posted on : November 10, 2020
It’s frightening being a juvenile and facing the consequences of a crime. Parents of juveniles who are arrested also face many challenges ahead. Protecting your rights or the rights of your child after an arrest or during a criminal investigation is key. Here’s what you need to understand about juvenile rights and how to get Read More

Why Was the Breathalyzer I Took Test Positive When I Wasn’t Drinking?

Posted on : October 10, 2020
Although many people think that a positive breathalyzer test immediately leads to a guilty verdict, breathalyzer equipment is notorious for malfunctioning or producing results that are too high or too low. This can sometimes render breathalyzer test results inadmissible in court. Here’s what to know about false positives and how to defend yourself against drinking Read More

What Constitutes Resisting Arrest?

Posted on : September 10, 2020
Resisting Arrest: A Hot Button Issue For U.S. Residents  This charge has always been largely subjective and up to the police officer arresting you to determine if your actions constitute resisting or not. Since police officers are well known for fabricating evidence or statements that support their actions, you could get pegged for resisting even Read More

What Are Some Reasons People Accept Plea Bargains?

Posted on : August 16, 2020
Los Angeles Plea Bargains A plea bargain is an agreement between a defendant and a prosecutor where the defendant enters a guilty plea for a lesser crime instead of being charged and pleading not guilty to a more severe crime and risking a criminal trial.  Depending on the circumstances surrounding your case, you may benefit Read More