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- 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 »
- The Purpose of Juvenile Court In one of the landmark US Supreme Court criminal cases in the areas of juvenile delinquency, Kent v US 383 US 541 (1966), the Court described the states’ juvenile court system as the “parens patriae” of juveniles adjudicated under criminal law. This description literally means “parent of the fatherland” and... Read More »
- What is Forensic Evidence? Categories of Evidence: A criminal defender can be confronted with many different types of evidence when defending a case: Evidence from people: police report, incriminating statements, confession from the client, statements by victims, witnesses, etc. Physical evidence: material evidence such as a document, a gun, a strand of hair, deleted computer... Read More »
- Have you been arrested for Drunk in Public? Here are 10 things to know about your case: 1. You are Not Guilty of PC 647(f) You are not guilty of PC 647(f) if you were simply drunk in public. After all, our whole western civilization has been built and rests on a foundation of liquor... Read More »
- What is a “Wobbler”? There are several common criminal offenses that a prosecutor can charge as a felony or a misdemeanor, depending upon the specific facts of the case and the defendant’s criminal history. In other words, it can “wobble” between a felony and a misdemeanor. It’s important to note that if you are charged... Read More »