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    San Diego County Charge: Out of county resident charged with felony assault and battery involving multiple victims and great bodily and serious injuries Result: Verdict, Not Guilty on All 7 counts of Assault and Battery with Great Bodily Injury and Multiple Strikes.San Diego County Charge: 69 year old man driving under the influence of methamphetamine onto oncoming traffic Result: Hung Jury and District Attorney Dismissed DUI San Diego County Charge: Mother of two evading police in hit and run charge with serious bodily injury Result: District Attorney Dismissed after Successful Line-Up Motion San Diego County Charge: Juvenile charged with running over her ex boyfriend at high school Result: Court Dismissed case after Argument Made In Mitigation San Diego County Charge: Spouse arrested for domestic violence after 911 calls and pictures of serious bodily injury Result: District Attorney Dismissed at Trial San Diego County Charge: Military member arrested for assault and battery Result: Court Dismissed after successful argument for Military Diversion San Diego Federal Charge: 19-year-old student charged with Alien Smuggling Result: Case Dismissed after negotiations with US Attorney
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Does Illegal Activity Always Equal Criminal Activity?

Published: February 21, 2020

The line between illegal and criminal is thin. So thin, in fact, that you should ask for help with the nuances of it all. Luckily, that’s the job of a criminal defense attorney, and you should always turn to a professional when unsure about the subtleties of the law. However,...

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Why Representing Yourself in Criminal Court Is a Bad Idea?

Published: February 21, 2020

The first thing we need to get out of the way is this - representing yourself in the court of law is always a bad idea. Always. Why, you might ask? Do you know what a criminal case is? Are you familiar with any adequate criminal defense strategies? Are you...

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What Makes Someone an Accomplice?

Published: January 16, 2020

Sometimes, becoming an accomplice to a crime can happen without you even knowing it. When it comes to the law, there always seem to be more pressing questions to answer. People want to know why they need a criminal lawyer, how to differentiate between criminal and civil law, as well...

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Statute of Limitations: Which Crimes Don’t Have It?

Published: January 16, 2020

There are crimes with the Statute of Limitations, as well as those without it. Knowing the difference between the severity of certain crimes is just as important as hiring a lawyer for a trial, knowing the differences between civil and criminal law, and being aware of whether you’re an accomplice...

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Criminal and Civil Law: What Are the Differences?

Published: December 19, 2019

There are many differences between criminal law and civil law. If deemed an accomplice, the process is entirely is different, and so is the timeframe after which crimes “expire”. However, one thing remains the same – you better get a lawyer.  But, before you start seeking the best San Diego criminal...

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Do You Have to Hire a Lawyer for a Trial?

Published: December 19, 2019

So, you’re wondering if you need a lawyer for a trial? Our advice, straight off the bat, is go for it because every second counts. Whatever trial you might be involved in, securing the services of an experienced defense attorney should be your top priority. When it comes to legal...

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How Do I Find a Good Criminal Defense Lawyer if I Need One?

Published: November 20, 2019

Finding a good criminal defense lawyer is not easy, but it is definitely worth it. Asking yourself “Who is the best criminal attorney near me?” is probably the first questions you should ask yourself if there is a possibility of you being charged with a crime, or if you’ve failed...

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Is Not Reporting a Crime a Criminal Offense?

Published: November 19, 2019

Merely witnessing a crime is a stressful experience, and there is no judgment to be passed if a person fails to report a crime. But, you should also be aware of the potential consequences and understand why you might be forced to think “Where do I hire a good criminal...

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What Is the Job of a Criminal Defense Lawyer?

Published: October 15, 2019

If you ever get in trouble with the law, it would be good for you to understand what the job of criminal defense attorney is. Why? Well, if you end up being prosecuted for a crime you may or may not have committed, or are facing legal action against you...

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Being Charged with a Crime: Can They Do It Without Evidence and Without Me Knowing?

Published: October 15, 2019

Being charged with a crime is never a pleasant experience. Sometimes, you can get into trouble for not reporting a crime, and find yourself puzzled by the nuances of criminal law. In that case, the best course of action is to find out what exactly a criminal defense lawyer does...

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