I have a prior dismissal in 2014 of possession. Will I be going to jail for this? I have a family and it was a one time thing.
I spent 3 hours in jail yesterday and it was the worst 3 hours of my life. It was a moronic mistake which I will never repeat again..what is going to happen!!
answered on Aug 30, 2017
You have been arrested for a matter that may be charged in a variety of ways. Regardless of the charge, Adequate representation is necessary to protect your rights and defend your liberty. An attorney can provide further consultation with more information regarding your prior history and the nature... Read more »
If a client asked me to deposit cash into a bank account and I knew it could be considered money laundering but did it anyway and used my ID at the bank to deposit the cash, can I be found guilty along with them?
answered on Aug 21, 2017
Aiding or abetting is an accomplice theory of liability for the predicate crime that an "accomplice" can be charged with in a criminal matter. If a person is charged under an accomplice theory, they can be charged and sentenced in the same manner as the "principal". Knowledge... Read more »
I have received a ticket for driving without a license and it is under a misdemeanor offense. This is my first offense and I have recently received my drivers license. I am scheduled to appear in court for next month.
answered on Aug 8, 2017
If you were charged with CA Vehicle Code Section 12500(a) it is possible to reduce your charges to an infraction. If you need assistance with this matter an attorney goes a long way to assist you in your matter. Contact Parsanj Law Group (818) 273-1360 to get help in your legal matter.
answered on Aug 4, 2017
A prosecutor in a criminal trial is a minister of justice and does not take on the role of an advocate for a party. The obligations of what a prosecutor must provide in discovery to a person accused of a crime versus the tactical choices an individual prosecutor may make during a criminal trial are... Read more »
answered on Aug 3, 2017
The Defendant in a criminal matter may not be compelled to testify in a criminal matter against themselves. 5th amendment of the U.S. Constitution, "Nor shall any person be... compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself..."
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