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Collateral Consequences of a Drug Conviction
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Jail time is only one thing that you need to worry about after a drug conviction. Even if you have managed to avoid a prison sentence, your life after a conviction will not be without consequences. From difficulty finding a job to the loss of other rights, you will feel the effects of a conviction…

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Building a Strong Legal Defense Against DUI Charges in Orange County
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As someone facing DUI charges in Orange County, California, it’s important to understand that these charges are serious and can have significant consequences. A DUI conviction can result in heavy fines, the loss of your driver’s license, and even jail time. However, it’s essential to remember that you have rights and options available to you,…

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Common Defenses to Drug Possession Charges
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As someone who has been accused of drug possession, it can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. The consequences of a drug possession charge can be severe, including fines, probation, and even jail time. However, it is important to remember that you have rights and options. There are several common defenses that a lawyer can…

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New Courthouse Opens – Long Beach, California
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On Monday September 9, 2013, the new Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse in Long Beach had its first day on the record. The new courthouse is 65% bigger than the previous facility down the street. It has 24 courtrooms, six elevators, escalators, stairs cases and a Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. If there is a need for more…

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How to Get a Restraining Order in California
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There are two sources in California law for Restraining Orders: Family Code Section 6203 and Code of Civil Procedure 527.6. The family code section pertains to Restraining Orders between family members, and is generally used by husbands and wives against each other as well as people involved in a dating relationship; the Civil Procedure Code allows…

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Former Military Lawyer Will Bruzzo Gets Two Positive Urinalyses Cases Dismissed out of Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base
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Will Bruzzo has been successfully representing members of the United States Military for almost 20 years. In two recent cases where he was representing Marines charged with ingesting a controlled substance (UCMJ Section 112a) the legal proceedings prior to trial showed that there were serious problems with the urine testing procedures being used at the Navy Drug Screening Lab…

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Supreme Court Limits Miranda Protection
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Everyone knows from the many cop shows on TV that once a person is arrested and before they can be questioned by police they must be read their Miranda rights. Miranda refers to the 1966 case Arizona v. Miranda where the U.S. Supreme Court decided that statements may not be used against a Defendant if…

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Inland Empire Freeway Shootings
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A shooter has been firing a BB or pellet gun at moving vehicles traveling on freeways 10, 15, 91 and 215. About 60 drivers have had their rear windows shot out, but luckily no one was hurt. The targeted vehicles have mostly included sport utility vehicles (SUVs) traveling in the counties of Riverside and San…

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Charlie Sheen Gets Off Easy in Aspen
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Charlie Sheen, who was recently charged with domestic violence in Colorado, is now set to take a deal. The agreement worked out with his attorneys and the district attorney requires Sheen to complete a 30-day jail sentence. However, if approved, Sheen would be allowed to complete his sentence by doing work-release. Under the agreement, Sheen…

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Drunk Driver Who Killed Angel’s Pitcher Set For Trial
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The trial for Andrew Thomas Gallo set for July 26 will not be postponed. Mr. Gallo killed Angel’s pitcher Nick Adenhart and two others on April 10, 2009, while driving intoxicated. The judge presiding over the trial, Richard F. Toohey, declined to hear the motion to postpone the trial and discussed this with the attorneys…

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