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Chambers Law Firm Secures Hung Jury in Sandoval Murder Case

January 11, 2020
The case was also featured on CBS’ 48 Hours. In February 2015, Erika Sandoval shot and killed her ex-husband, Exeter price officer Daniel Green. She was later arrested for his murder. In October 2019, Ms. Sandoval went to trial, represented by attorney Dan E. Chambers of the Chambers Law Firm. In early December, the judge…
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When Can Murder Be Charged as a Federal Offense?

January 10, 2020
If the killing violates federal law, it will be charged as a federal crime. There is often confusion about whether a particular crime will be charged by the state or the federal government. Our system of laws is complex, and it can be difficult to understand which law applies to any given situation. In California,…
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What Crimes Don’t Have a Statute of Limitations in California?

January 9, 2020
There is no statute of limitations for murder. In the legal system, the statute of limitations is a period of time in which a case must be filed. For civil cases, the statute of limitations gives individuals a certain amount of time to file a lawsuit. If they don’t file their claim within that period…
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When Can Bail Be Denied in California?

January 8, 2020
In murder cases, a judge may deny bail entirely. In recent years, California has worked to reform its bail system, attempting to outlaw the cash bail requirement that often prevented people without financial resources from being released for even minor crimes. This new law has been challenged, and its implementation is not certain. For now,…
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Sex Crimes–What is a “CSAAS” Expert?

In many cases involving sexual molestation or other sex crimes involving children, it is common for the prosecution (and sometimes the defense) to call a Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation Syndrome ("CSAAS") expert. This expert, typically a psychiatrist or psychologist, seeks to provide insight to the jury concerning why children are reluctant to disclose sexual abuse and how children attempt to Continue Reading