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Consequences of Driving Under the Influence in California

Driving under the influence is a serious offense which can have life-altering effects. If you ever find yourself in a position where you may be charged or have been charged Read More

Five Things to Look for When Choosing a San Diego Criminal Defense Attorney

After being arrested it's essential that you choose a professional San Diego defense attorney. When your freedom is threatened, you deserve the best possible defense team to ensure that you Read More

The True Cost of Traumatic Brain Injuries in San Diego

Traumatic brain injuries in San Diego can result from a sharp blow to the head, whether this is from a car crash, a violent fall, or being struck on the Read More

Financial Damage Recovery Following A Big Rig Accident

There are very few accidents on the highways quite as serious as a crash involving an 18-wheeler, especially when multiple vehicles are involved. While individual motorists could well contribute to Read More

Protecting Against Searches Of Your Computers And Mobile Phones When Crossing Our Borders

Most people know that coming into the United States at a border they have fewer rights against searches and seizures of their property than when in the country. However, when Read More

Elder Abuse And Negligence: It Can Happen To Your Loved One

Over two million elder Americans are reported as having suffered from elder abuse each year. But these crimes are rarely reported and rising each day, with the actual number of Read More

FDA Orders Opioid And Benzodiazepine Manufacturers To Provide Black Box Warning

The Food and Drug Administration has ordered opioid painkiller and benzodiazepine manufacturers to provide patients with black box warnings on their labels regarding the risk of overdose. This is because Read More

Can A Cop Stop Me For No Reason And Ask For My I.D.?

Thanks to Mr. Lawson taking the issue all the way to the Supreme Court years ago, the answer is NO. Find out the whole story in this interesting interview of the Read More

San Diego Police Agency Equips Officers With Body Worn Cameras

Currently four San Diego police agencies have equipped their officers with body worn cameras. By the end of 2016, it is anticipated that most if not all police departments in Read More

Eighteen Years In Prison. Prosecutor Gets Slapped On Wrist

AUSTIN, Texas — A former prosecutor who used false testimony and withheld evidence to send a now-exonerated man to Texas’ death row has lost an appeal to overturn his disbarment. The Dallas Read More

Shaken Baby Syndrome Defense

Shaken baby prosecutions are one of the most difficult cases a criminal lawyer defends. An attorney has a lot of biases to overcome. First, the very idea of someone shaking Read More

Who's The Victim?

In a recent case CAAF (Court of Appeals Armed Forces) overturned a conviction of a member for larceny. Army case of United States v. Williams, __ M.J. __, No. 15-0140/AR. Evidence showed he Read More

Men Or Women: Who Is The Most Common Instigator In Domestic Violence Cases?

According to statistics easily found on the internet and in the websites of legitimate organizations and even those from the government, it is mostly the women who fall victims to Read More

Intentional Torts Through Civil Courts

Although most intention torts go through the criminal courts because it was done with intent to harm another person, some intentional torts, depending on the circumstance, can end with a Read More

California’s Elder Abuse Laws: What You Need to Know

Elder abuse is a not something that usually gets much attention or reported by the media. Often times, when elder abuse occurs, the older and dependent individual is left to Read More

Can an Understaffed Emergency Room Be the Cause for Medical Malpractice?

When hospitals do not have enough employees, especially emergency room departments, a patient runs the risk of becoming injured. When there are not enough employees, an employee has to the Read More

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