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Breathalyzers in DUI Cases Explained Featured
By Dui Lawyers · 1 month ago
In most DUI cases the evidence used against the defendant will include the results of a Blood Alcohol Concentration test (BAC). BAC tests include breath, blood, and urine tests that measure the amount of alcohol ...
What is a Field Sobriety Test in a DUI case? Featured
By Dui Lawyers · 1 month ago
There are several DUI tests that an officer administers while detaining a person on suspicion of DUI. These tests are known as Field Sobriety Tests (FSTs). The FSTs are “standardized” or “non-standardized." ​FSTs are optional. ...
Military Service & Criminal Convictions Featured
By Criminal Defense Lawyers · 1 month ago
There are seven branches of the U.S. Military including the Army, Army National Guard, Navy, Space Force, Air Force, Marines, and U.S. Coast Guard. Each of these branches of the armed forces requires the potential ...
California's Three Strikes Law Overview Featured
By Criminal Defense Lawyers · 1 month ago
In 1994, California enacted a law that created harsher penalties for repeat offenders of very serious and violent crimes. The law mandated a doubling of prison time on a new felony conviction for defendants who ...
Ex Post Facto Explained by Criminal Defense Lawyers Featured
By Criminal Defense Lawyers · 1 month ago
The term Ex Post Facto is an old Latin phrase that roughly translates to “after the fact.” In legal terms, Ex Post Facto refers to a law that is unenforceable as to a particular defendant ...
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Law in CA Featured
By Criminal Defense Lawyers · 1 month ago
It is a crime in California to possess drug paraphernalia related to illegal narcotics. Drug paraphernalia is defined as miscellaneous items used in connection with illegal drugs activity or use, such as hypodermic needles, opium ...
Gun Silencer Law in California Featured
By Criminal Defense Lawyer · 1 month ago
In California, it is illegal for any person, or entity, who is not exempt by law, to possess a firearm silencer (PC 33410). A firearm silencer means any device or attachment of any kind designed, ...
Stolen Valor Crimes & Defenses Featured
By Criminal Defense Lawyer Dave D · 1 month ago
Misrepresentation of Military Service PC 532b Law & Defense Information on the crime of misrepresentation of military service is found at California penal code section 532b. Essentially, it is a crime for the defendant to ...
New PC 290 Law in California Featured
By Criminal Defense Lawyers · 1 month ago
Sex Offender Registration Requirements & Tiered System California Sex Offender Registration Laws are found at California Penal Code Section 290. This article deals with the duty to register as a sex offender, how to register ...
Prop 57 Law Featured
By Chris · 1 month ago
Prop 57 Law Information On November 8, 2016, California voters voted to approve proposition 57, also known as California's Early Parole for Non-Violent Criminals and Juvenile Court Trial Requirements Initiative. Proposition 57, or simply Prop ...