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California Criminal Law Recent Legal Answers from Lawyers

California Criminal Law Recent Legal Answers from Lawyers
You have to still pay for the items but they cannot have you "locked up," That is a lie and they could get in trouble for even saying that. It is illegal to threaten or lie like that to collect a bill.
You have to still pay for the items but they cannot have you "locked up," That is a lie and they could get in trouble for even saying that. It is... Read More
It's unlikely to ever happen. Even though its been reduced and dismissed under Penal Code 1203.4 ("Expunged"), you still have to disclose the information when applying for a government job. Unfortunately, you may be out of luck.
It's unlikely to ever happen. Even though its been reduced and dismissed under Penal Code 1203.4 ("Expunged"), you still have to disclose the... Read More
You need to hire an attorney to find out what the warrant is for, and then research how serious the warrant is.  If it is for a failure to appear for a traffic ticket and just a fine, for example, you can go to court and clear it up on your own.  If it is for something more serious, you should have an attorney do the research for you and make arrangements regarding court - you don't want to end up in custody.  Feel free to call with any questions or to speak about it further.  Paul Geller (213) 627-2144.... Read More
You need to hire an attorney to find out what the warrant is for, and then research how serious the warrant is.  If it is for a failure to... Read More
You can hire an attorney to appear on your behalf to have the warrant recalled. 
You can hire an attorney to appear on your behalf to have the warrant recalled. 
Yes the police can arrest you without telling you your Miranda rights. What Miranda does is keep out any incriminating evidence and fruit from that incriminating statements. If the DA can prove his case with out that then you are out of luck. Contact me and I can go over the facts with you to help you know what to do.... Read More
Yes the police can arrest you without telling you your Miranda rights. What Miranda does is keep out any incriminating evidence and fruit from that... Read More
You cannot expunge a DUI. So it will cost nothing. Also they can prior you with a DUI which is less than 10 years old so please don't drink and drive. If you do, call me.
You cannot expunge a DUI. So it will cost nothing. Also they can prior you with a DUI which is less than 10 years old so please don't drink and... Read More

Is it a wise decision to change lawyers?

Answered a year ago by attorney Ronald Freeman   |   1 Answer
Based off of your post, who knows if your public defender has obtain you a good plea on your case. However, if you are unhappy with your current lawyer you certainly have the right to switch lawyers.
Based off of your post, who knows if your public defender has obtain you a good plea on your case. However, if you are unhappy with your current... Read More
Depends on whether you can legally possess a firearm and it also depends on whether it was stolen or not.
Depends on whether you can legally possess a firearm and it also depends on whether it was stolen or not.
Depends on too many factors to even give you an educated guess (e.g., where you are, how old you are, what your record is, etc.). Contact a local criminal defense lawyer for better information.
Depends on too many factors to even give you an educated guess (e.g., where you are, how old you are, what your record is, etc.). Contact a local... Read More