Transgender equality laws have been in the news lately, headlines by the bombshell story that North Carolina’s governor recently signed a law limiting the use of public bathrooms by transgendered people. The issue of transgender rights has long been one for debate, and the debate has not slowed as transgendered people and rights issues continue to … Continue reading
Have questions about how California criminal law could affect your criminal charge? Our San Jose criminal lawyer could help you understand your legal options under the law.
When you have been accused of or charged with domestic violence, it is critical that you understand the charges so you can combat them effectively. There are several different types of domestic abuse, ranging from relatively low severity to extremely violent. In some cases, a person may be charged with domestic abuse without ever physically hurting … Continue reading
For those who may be unfamiliar, there are currently 26 states, including California, that have adopted the Three Strikes and You Are Out law. California first adopted this sentencing provision in 1994 as an effort to reduce the number of felony convictions per person by imposing significant sentencing consequences for each felony conviction up to … Continue reading
As per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the national average of those admitting to driving while under the influence of alcohol ranks at 1.9 percent. The CDC reports this type of data on a state-by-state basis with California falling slightly below the national level with 1.8 percent of the population admitting to … Continue reading
Our San Jose Criminal Attorney Explains the California Bail System The average bail for criminal defendants in California is $50,000 – five times higher than the national average. The bail system is meant to create an incentive for defendants to return to court and make it more difficult for potentially dangerous defendants to leave jail. After … Continue reading