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What Happens if You Ignore Your Ticket in CA?
What Happens if You Ignore Your Ticket in CA?

A lot of Californians will get at least one ticket, if not several during their lifetime. When you get pulled over for running a red light, passing a stopped school bus, blowing through a stop sign, or speeding , seeing those red and blue lights in your rear-view mirror can ...

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Blog Posts in 2017

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    When you’re facing driving under the influence (DUI) charges for the first time in Oakland, the East Bay, or anywhere else in California, it can be ...

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    You’re probably familiar with arrest warrants and search warrants. In the case of an arrest or a search and seizure, there are circumstances where law ...

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  • Expunging a California DUI

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    If you’ve ever watched action films or primetime televisions shows, you’ve seen police lineups depicted on the screen. Usually, a group of ...

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    Most California drivers are well-aware of the fact that it’s against the law to drive under the influence of alcohol. Fewer people are aware that it’s ...

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  • What Counts as a Crime Against Society?

    When you hear the term, “crimes against the society,” what types of images come to mind? Public intoxication, gambling, prostitution, spousal abuse ? ...

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  • Accidentally Downloading Child Pornography

    According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), rarely does a week go by in the United States that someone isn’t charged or sentenced for ...

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  • Will I Have to Go to Trial?

    Suppose you’re facing criminal charges in the East Bay for the first time in your life. Now you’re wondering, “Will my case go to trial? Will I have ...

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  • Is Fraud a Federal Crime?

    You probably know that fraud crimes are typically financially-motivated and they involve some form of lying and deceit. The U.S. Department of Justice ...

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