On October 13, 2019, Governor Gavin Newsome signed Assembly Bill 218 into law. This groundbreaking legislation was introduced to combat widespread instances of adults sexually abusing minors while increasing the amount of time for victims to pursue damages. More notably, the Catholic Church, Boy Scouts of America, as well as the U.S. Olympics team, have […] Read more


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 first formal hearing in your criminal case. In many cases, the arraignment must be held within 48 hours of your arrest. At the arraignment, a judge will explain your rights and read a list of […] Read more

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