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The Fourth Amendment protects us from illegal searches and seizures. This means in order for police officers to search our vehicles or homes, they need a warrant, our permission, or reasonable cause, such as when it concerns public safety. WhatContinue reading…

In California, as in most states, a BAC of .08 percent is considered above the legal limit. BAC is determined through a breathalyzer test. However, what most people don’t know is that these tests are not always reliable especially ifContinue reading…

In a DUI conviction, one of the penalties includes a license suspension of up to four months for first time offenders. This could have drastic repercussions since losing your driving privileges could prevent you from commuting to work, dropping offContinue reading…

In the State of California, an alcohol level of .08 percent is considered over the legal limit. Even if you feel okay and just a little buzzed after having a few drinks, you still need to hand your keys overContinue reading…

In the State of California, a hit and run is generally considered a misdemeanor though the charge can easily elevate to a felony if bodily injury occurred as a result. By law, if you collide with another vehicle and thereContinue reading…

For most nonviolent crimes, offenders may be placed on probation. This is a benefit both to you and the justice system. For one, it prevents prison overcrowding and saves the state money by not having to keep you locked up.Continue reading…

A DUI conviction can have severe consequences though it is certainly not the end of the world and something you can recover from. However, if you are convicted of a second DUI within a two year period, then you couldContinue reading…

California has one of the strictest DUI laws in place. If you are charged and convicted of driving while under the influence, you can expect to have all sorts of penalties rained down on you. Some of the penalties forContinue reading…

In the U.S. Justice System, everyone is presumed innocent until found guilty in court. Of course, proof of guilt is on the burden of the prosecutor. Nevertheless, you will need a Los Angeles criminal defense attorney to argue on yourContinue reading…

When most people think of Hollywood, they think of star-studded pathways and celebrities going about the business of, well, being famous. Most people are a little sketchy on the day-to-day details, but there do seem to be an awfully highContinue reading…