California prosecutors, like those in the Marin County District Attorney's Office, are unlikely to drop domestic violence charges. What happens when an accuser made false allegations and later recants?
A new law will eliminate some of the most burdensome fees for criminal defendants. This post examines the upcoming transition enacted through AB 1869.
Diversion is an opportunity to resolve criminal cases without a criminal conviction. But who qualifies, and how? Read on to learn more about California Mental Health Diversion in criminal cases.
Can the police really interrogate a middle school student without the parents present? Can they question your kids without even telling you? This blog post will discuss some of the basic facts of what police can and cannot do when interrogating minors.
Hiring a criminal defense attorney can be incredibly difficult. The circumstances are often unexpected, and most people are hiring a lawyer for the first time in their life. In this blog post, I lay out some criteria to help you direct your search and help find the right criminal defense lawyer for your case.
In today's media-saturated landscape, one thing has become increasingly clear: the media has a cop bias problem. Specifically, criminal or unjust activity practiced or perpetuated by the police frequently gets ignored, smoothed over, or falsely reported by the media at large. This phenomenon is o...