Denise is currently attending California State University, Los Angeles, in her senior year pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in the Criminal Justice Department with an emphasis in Pre-Law and Political Science. Holding future aspirations of attending UCLA School of Law, Denise has studied criminal procedure and is deeply passionate about protecting peoples court room rights. At our office, Denise is responsible for drafting legal notices, organizing trial preparation, summarizing transcript’s, police report’s, and expert report’s, researching relevant legal issues, and maintaining client relations. If you need to contact Denise directly, she can be reached at 310-274-6529 during weekday office hours.
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- Driving Under the Influence in California requires that the defendant attend 2 hearings. In this article we will be discussing the DUI DMV hearing. A DMV DUI hearing in California is an administrative hearing held at the DMV office, and is completely separate from the hearing held in criminal court. Ten Days to Request a... Read More »
- Nationwide vs. Los Angeles Hit and Run accidents in Los Angeles have been steadily rising over the last decade. In fact, a whopping 50 percent of all traffic accidents reported in Greater Los Angeles are categorized as “hit and run”. Compared to the rest of the nation’s 11 percent, it is safe to say it... Read More »
- The War on Drugs Continues Despite plenty of strong evidence proving that the “War on Drugs” is a complete and utter failure, according to the FBI’s new Uniform Crime Report, more than 1.57 million arrests for drug law violations were made in 2016, a 5.63% increase over the previous year. Over three times more drug... Read More »
- California Drone Laws If you are a drone owner living in the state of California, it’s very important that you know and understands all of the laws regarding drones for your state. There are Federal FAA registration laws, as well as pre-existing state laws that every drone operator should be aware of before operating a... Read More »
- What is an “Accessory”? Accessory to a crime after the fact means that you helped somebody after that person committed a felony with the intention that they escape punishment. It is a less serious charge than to help somebody in the planning or commission of a felony crime, but it is still a serious charge.... Read More »