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Blog Posts in 2017

  • Can Law Enforcement Search Me Without a Warrant?

    || 9-Oct-2017

    Based on legal dramas on TV, many people are aware that police need a warrant to search your home or property. Since the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects private citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures, these television programs are often accurate about that aspect of the law. Additionally, nothing seized during an illegal search can be used as evidence in court, ...
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  • What to Do After Your Child Gets a DUI

    || 25-Sep-2017

    If you got a call in the middle of the night about your child getting arrested for a DUI, I’m sure you felt overwhelmed with confusion, fear and anger. Due to the serious nature and severe penalties associated with a California DUI, it is imperative for parents to understand what it takes to protect their child’s rights and future. The following are the potential penalties for underage ...
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  • Arrested for Solicitation? You May Be a Victim of Entrapment.

    || 17-Mar-2017

    When the police conduct an undercover sting operation to catch and arrest people soliciting prostitutes for sexual favors and acts, it always raises a red flag to criminal defense attorneys. Unless law enforcement officers and detectives are completely careful – and oftentimes they are not – the illegal act of entrapment might be the only reason why they can make an arrest for ...
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  • What to Do If You are Being Audited for a Suspected Tax Crime

    || 1-Mar-2017

    When a person is suspected of committing a tax crime of any sort, not only will he or she be staring down the strength of law enforcement agencies, but the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will also put a hand into the investigation. IRS audits are notoriously thorough and intimidating, a process that no one wants to imagine. With so much force backing a potential prosecution, it can be easy to get ...
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  • Assault & Battery: Two Different Crimes

    || 5-Jan-2017

    There is a common misconception that assault and battery are one in the same since they are often charged together. However, assault and battery are two separate offenses. Even if you are charged with both crimes, it is important to understand the difference between these offenses and how they are charged and penalized. Our firm is fully prepared to explain what these charges entail and represent ...
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