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Study Shows That Sanctuary Cities Encourage People to Report Crime

The U.S. Department of Justice recently sued the state of California, alleging that the sanctuary laws within the state violated the supremacy clause of the U.S. constitution, making it more difficult for federal immigration officers to be able to carry out their duties. The Attorney General, State Senate Leader and the California Governor mobilized to […]

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What Are the Most Common Crimes Charged in California?

Anyone can be accused of a misdemeanor or a felony but anyone who is facing charges of a crime in California can benefit from the insight of a practicing criminal defense attorney. A defense attorney should give you an honest appraisal of your chances when you meet with him or her for the first time […]

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New Study Shows That Crime Drops in Sheriffs Areas Throughout Riverside County

Have you already been accused of a crime somewhere in Riverside County? Whether it’s misdemeanor or felony charges, you should have a lawyer in your corner to fight back on your behalf to support you. There are many potential pitfalls early on in the case, and if you have a lawyer helping you, there’s a […]

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Budget Cuts Across California Affecting Criminal Cases

A new analysis of the California criminal justice system reveals that budget cuts for the courts are affecting criminal cases, generating backlogs that are quite similar to the civil case calendars notorious. A Bay Area analysis of state court disposition data indicates that thousands of felony criminal cases have been delayed up to decades in […]

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What Californians Should Know About the Fair Chance Act

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Various internet information that may be misleading has already been shared about the Fair Chance Act or a law that appears to prohibit employers from asking discriminatory questions about criminal histories. You may have been worried that if you were convicted, this information would follow you around for years. Many of the people who are […]

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