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California Penalties for Solicitation or Prostitution Are More Severe Than You Think
California Penalties for Solicitation or Prostitution Are More Severe Than You Think

Many people are unaware of just how severe the sentence for prostitution or solicitation in the state of California can be. Although a misdemeanor, under California Penal Code section 647(b), you could nonetheless face up to 180 days in jail for your first offense. For a ...

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Blog posts in March, 2015

  • Were You Arrested in a Sting Operation for Solicitation of Prostitution?

    If you were arrested as the result of a sting operation and charged with solicitation of prostitution, it is important that you realize the ...

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  • DUI on Vacation? An Oakland DUI Lawyer Can Help

    The San Francisco Bay Area is a beautiful place to visit – and more than 15.4 million people visit the Bay Area each year. Unfortunately, a night out ...

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  • Attorney Ahmed Interviewed on Security Officers & Excessive Force in High Schools

    How much force is too much? With police officers facing some serious heat lately, it can be a difficult question to answer, especially when ...

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  • Arrested for DUI, Will I Go to Jail?

    DUI laws vary significantly from state to state, although usually a DUI with no mitigating factors will be considered a misdemeanor. Classification of ...

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  • Cops Punch Oakland Student in Disturbing Video

    A disturbing video was released on March 6, 2015 that shows a security officer dragging a Fremont High School student out and punching him off camera. ...

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  • Female DUI - What Women Need to Know

    Women who are arrested for DUI in Oakland or throughout the San Francisco Bay Area may face specific issues. For starters, it doesn't take as much ...

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  • Do I Really Need a Lawyer for My First DUI Offense?

    Many people who are arrested and charged with DUI believe that there is nothing they can do to fight these serious charges. They erroneously believe ...

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