Category Archives: Criminal Law and DUI

Three Reasons Why Cyber Stalking Is a Serious and Terrifying Crime

By | October 20, 2016

When you think about stalking, images of a TV show or horror movie might come to mind. Many of these are full of stereotypes about a man stalking a woman. While stalking doesn’t always necessarily involve a male stalking a female, this is the majority of cases that end up in the criminal justice system.

5 Types of Driving Under Influence (DUI) Offenses That Can Lead to a Lawsuit

By | September 6, 2016

It is not uncommon for people driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or narcotics to get into accidents with other vehicles or pedestrians. Many a time, drivers tend to assume that it is acceptable to drive when intoxicated, as long as they don’t collide with other cars or injure people. However, there are a number of instances… Read More »

How to Fight a DUI Charge in California

By | August 29, 2016

Driving under the influence (DUI) is a serious offense here in California and across the nation. If you are charged with a DUI, you may face, among other penalties, significant fines, driver’s’ license suspension/revocation, ignition interlock device requirement, and even jail time. Given the severe penalties, it is important that you hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to… Read More »

The Benefits of Hiring A Defense Attorney

By | August 25, 2016

When we’re talking to clients, one of the most common concerns people have is cost. That’s an important factor to keep in mind, but it’s also worth noting that expert personalized legal advice rarely comes free. Some people feel that they may be better off saving money by just pleading guilty to the charge to avoid spending money… Read More »

4 Questions You Should Ask Your DWI Attorney

By | August 25, 2016

If you are arrested for drunk driving, you probably have a million questions bouncing around in your head. How will this affect my life? Will I have to spend time in jail? Where do I go from here? It can all be overwhelming, but it’s important to remember that you have a resource on your side that can… Read More »

Things You Need to Know About Larceny Charges

By | August 19, 2016

Larceny, also referred to as theft in many states, is defined as attempted or completed theft of property or cash without personal contact. Larceny is most commonly referred to as non-violent theft of someone else’s personal property. This is the most common type of crime charged in the criminal courts in the U.S.

Charged for Cyber Crime? Here is What You Need to Know

By | August 9, 2016

Cybercrime is one of the greatest threats to companies across the U.S. Cyber crime poses a risk to the national security, public safety, and economic prosperity of the nation. Almost 1.5 million cyber attacks annually have been reported, which means 4,000 cyber attacks daily, 170 hourly attacks, and nearly three attacks every minute.

What to Do if You’re Caught Drinking and Driving

By | July 21, 2016

(Please note that this blog post is not meant to take the place of professional legal advice.) It’s no secret that drinking and driving can result in some serious consequences. On top of putting yourself and others in danger, you also run the risk of getting slapped with a heavy fine, jail time, and suspension of your driving… Read More »

Pretrial Intervention Programs and How They Work

By | July 21, 2016

What Are Pretrial Intervention Programs? In the criminal justice system, most people who are charged with crimes are either tried and convicted or offered a plea deal. In general, these people are usually assigned a punishment, such as probation, and are then expected to carry out the terms of the punishment.

How to Get a Speeding Ticket Dismissed in Colorado

By | June 27, 2016

Getting a traffic ticket is very disappointing, knowing that there is no other way out besides paying it. But what most of you don’t know is that how to get a speeding Ticket Dismissed in Colorado. Traffic laws of Colorado are quite strict and authorities are very particular about enforcing them. However, there could be a number of… Read More »