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Defending Against California Robbery Charges

January 12, 2018
There are a number of factual and legal defenses to be made against California robbery charges In California, robbery is the taking of personal property from someone else’s person or immediate presence, against the victim’s presence, through the use of force or fear. Under California law, robbery is always a felony offense. Clearly, under this…
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What Happens If a Victim “Drops Charges” in a Criminal Case?

January 10, 2018
Once charges have been filed, the decision to drop them rests with the prosecutor Judge gavel, scales of justice and law books in court It’s a popular concept on television and movie crime and police dramas: a person is in criminal trouble, and believes that they can get out of trouble…
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California Introduces Changes to Laws for Juvenile Offenders

January 8, 2018
Juvenile offenders will no longer be sentenced to life without parole We all know that teenagers are impulsive. Studies have proven that the brains of adolescents are not fully formed until the age of 25 — particularly the parts that control decision-making. In that respect, it often seems particularly cruel to sentence a teenage offender…
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California Updates on Gun Laws Go into Effect for 2018

January 6, 2018
From open carry to self-assembled guns to closing criminal conivctions, new California laws will have a significant impact on gun owners. It’s 2018, and with the new year comes many new changes in California law. Among these changes are updates to California’s existing gun laws. While not all of these laws are applicable to everyone,…
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