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- What happens if I plead “Guilty”? You are giving up your constitutional rights: The right to a fair jury trial. The right to testify on your own defense, or to remain silent. The right to cross examine any witnesses. The right to appeal. Arraignment From a strategic perspective, during your arraignment, you should always plead... Read More »
- Facing: Felony Sexual Battery with Prison Yesterday I went to a preliminary hearing on a count of PC 243.4(a)- Sexual Battery by Restraint. This code section requires a sexual touching while the victim is restrained. Although it was a “wobbler“, which means it can be charged both as a felony or a misdemeanor, the District... Read More »
- What is a Preliminary Hearing? The Preliminary Hearing, or ‘prelim’, is held after the defendant pleads not guilty at the arraignment or initial appearance. You can think of it as a “trial before the trial” where the judge decides whether there is enough evidence to force the defendant to stand trial. During the prelim, the... Read More »
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- Nationwide Drugged Driving Fatalities For the first time, there are now more drivers killed that are positive for drugs than those who were positive for alcohol. Nationwide, 43% of drivers that were tested in fatal crashes had used drugs, eclipsing the 37% who tested above the legal limit for alcohol in 2015, according to a... Read More »