Category: Criminal Law

July 11, 2022

Some Common Mistakes In The Criminal Investigations

Coming up against indictments for an offense can be overpowering for yourself as well as your friends and family. If […]

November 24, 2020

Can I be arrested for intellectual property theft?

Intellectual property is a huge part of the global economy, but its distribution and spread is harder to control than […]

September 16, 2020

California Criminal Records: Everything You Need To Know

If you have a criminal record in California, it is important that you know what this actually entails for you, […]

October 1, 2018

What is a Section 991 Motion?

Once you’ve been arrested for a crime, California law requires the state to hold an arraignment. The arraignment is the […]

May 4, 2018

What is a Subpoena?

Subpoenas have been making the news a lot lately. Every day, it seems as if there is a new story […]

November 10, 2017

Understanding the Arraignment Process

Have you been arrested and are criminal charges in San Diego? If so, it is important to understand how the […]

October 5, 2017

Understanding Factual Innocence

Every time a person is arrested for a crime in California a record of that arrest is created. It does […]

August 10, 2017

Should You Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney After a Misdemeanor Arrest?

If you are arrested for a misdemeanor in California you may wonder if it is worth the effort to hire […]

August 4, 2017

How to Protect Your Property From Vandalism?

Vandalism refers to the offense of destroying or defacing someone else’s property without their permission. This includes acts such as […]

July 25, 2017

Statute of Limitations For Murder Cases in California

There is no statute of limitations in the state of California for any offense which is punishable by death or […]

April 26, 2017

What Happens After You Are Arrested in San Diego?

If you are wanted for a crime, you are probably wondering what happens after an arrest. At the Law Office […]

April 19, 2017

What is Clemency?

Clemency occurs when a person from a governmental executive branch makes the decision to pardon a person who has been […]

February 26, 2017

San Diego Court Records

Court records can be either civil or criminal, however both summarize all the events which occurred during the court date […]

February 11, 2017

What Does it Mean to Dismiss Without Prejudice?

At a time of dwindling resources both in terms of physical facilities and prosecutor/judicial staff, California’s criminal courts process over […]

February 9, 2017

Top 8 Questions To Ask Your Criminal Defense Attorney

This infographic outlines the top 8 questions to ask a criminal defense attorney during a free consultation. They are: Where […]

January 23, 2017

Appeals Court Examines San Diego Police Tactics

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco will soon decide how far San Diego police can go to […]

August 22, 2016

San Diego Teen Arrested After Shooting At Uber Driver

Social media outlets have removed many of these built-in filters that could once defuse tense situations. The anonymity of the […]

July 11, 2016

Understanding Attempt Crimes in California

Despite what you may think, more often than not, being convicted of an attempted crime can lead to the same […]

July 10, 2016

California Crime on the Rise and Law Enforcement Response

Police departments in the greater San Diego area recently installed surveillance cameras between the OB Pier and San Diego River, […]

January 5, 2016

Are Mandatory Minimums Beneficial?

The theory behind mandatory minimums is great: People who are repeat offenders have not learned their lesson and should be […]