Sexual Abuse Leads to Lawsuit Against Anaheim School District

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  • Sexual Abuse Leads to Lawsuit Against Anaheim School District

    Countless of families across southern California rely on school districts to take the necessary measures to ensure that they hire the appropriate staff to teach and watch over their children regularly. Nearly every single family will trust that once they have dropped their child off for school, they will be… Read More

  • Orange County DUI Car Accident Facts & Statistics

    Auto accidents can happen at any time and to just about any commuter, and due to the surge in usage of apps like Uber & Lyft DUI incidents seem to be reducing. However, serious injuries and deaths are inevitable when there is an auto accident involving a person who is… Read More

  • 23 Year Old Former UCI Student Charged With Impersonating a Doctor

    [caption id="attachment_16845" align="alignleft" width="300"] (Photo Courtesy Orange Police Department)[/caption] Ariya Ouskouian was a student at University of California, Irvine who was charged by Orange County prosecutors on August 29, 2018 for impersonating a medical doctor. The press release from the Orange County District Attorney’s office states that Ouskouian will be… Read More

  • Five More Reasons Why You Need a California Criminal Defense Attorney

    If you’ve been charged with a crime, it is essential that you give yourself the best possible chance of obtaining a result that will minimize the impact that those charges will have on your life. The way to accomplish that goal is to get help from a California criminal defense… Read More

  • Five Reasons Why You Need a Criminal Defense Attorney

    Whether you just got arrested for the first time or you have been charged with a crime before, you probably know how severe and far-reaching the consequences of a conviction could be in your life. Some people choose to defend themselves against criminal charges, but the stakes are high, and… Read More

  • Attorneys Now Have More Access to Social Media Accounts

    A unanimous decision by the California Supreme Court gives criminal defense attorneys the ability to obtain public communications by social media account users via subpoenas. Previously, an appeals court had decided that criminal defense lawyers could not force social media companies to comply with subpoenas that would require them to… Read More

  • Clear Your DUI Warrant or Risk Getting Swept Up in a Warrant Sweep

    If you got charged with DUI, you might wonder what happens next. If you’re like most people, your to-do list has more items on it than there are hours in a day to get them done - the last thing you need is something more to do. As tempting as… Read More

  • Recent Federal District Court Ruling Contains Hope for Undocumented Immigrants and Defendants Who Earnestly Seek Rehabilitation

    A single mom who got detained for eleven months recently got released with supervision after getting convicted of two DUI, as per a ruling by United States District Court Jon S. Tigar. The woman is earnestly pursuing recovery from alcohol abuse so that she can learn healthier ways to manage… Read More

  • Watson Murder

    A man who is accused of being drunk at the time of a July 2017 crash that claimed the life of a forty-eight-year-old woman will soon be back in court to answer murder charges that have been filed in connection with that crash because he has a previous DUI conviction.… Read More

  • People With Old Marijuana Convictions That They May Be Able to Get Them Overturned

    There are thousands of convictions involving marijuana use, possession, cultivation, and related offenses that became eligible for expungement with the advent of legal recreational marijuana use. These convictions could be holding many people back from enjoying freedoms that they deserve to have restored and doing things that they have been… Read More