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Penal Code § 17(b) Offers Second Chance to Individuals Walking the Line
Not all criminal cases are equal. They vary in severity, scope, and damage. There are
If You Are Charged With a Crime
Whenever a person is charged with a criminal offense, whether it is a Misdemeanor or a Felony, minor or severe, one of the primary questions on anyone’s mind is
It may be difficult and a bit counterintuitive to believe at first, but just because a person was arrested does not mean that they have been or that they ever will be charged with a crime.
If you or a loved one is charged with the crime of Vandalism (CPC 594) it is important to be aware of what type of charge you are facing and what the potential consequences for a conviction can be.
If you find yourself accused of any crime, you always have a choice of how you plead. On the arraignment date you typically have a choice of entering a plea of guilty or not guilty. However, there is a third option that some people end up pleading in order to resolve their case: the plea of no contest.
If you are stopped or arrested by law enforcement, no matter what you are ultimately charged with, whether a Misdemeanor or a Felony, it is highly likely that there