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California Proposition 47 Relief

On November 4, 2014, California voters passed Proposition 47, which permits individuals convicted of certain non-violent offenses to reduce their felony conviction to a misdemeanor.

Resisting Arrest and California Law

California Penal Code 148 states that it is illegal to resist arrest by either a police officer or EMT. This includes any act that intentionally prevents them from performing their legal duties. 

California PC 1203.4

If you’ve been convicted of a crime in the past but have completed the required sentencing or probationary requirements, you could qualify for an expungement

What Is a Grand Jury?

Even if you’ve never gotten called for jury duty, you are probably somewhat familiar with what juries do from watching movies like 12 Angry Men.

Accused of Sexual Assault in Orange County

High-profile sexual assault allegations have derailed the careers of many well-known celebrities and politicians, so if you stand accused of sexual assault, you should already

California Battery Laws

California Penal Code 242 defines the crime of battery as any deliberate, illegal use of force or violence toward someone else. According to California PC