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Difference Between Probable Cause and Reasonable Suspicion

With over 20 years of litigation and jury trial experience in local criminal cases involving misdemeanors, felonies and federal offenses, Southern California criminal attorney Karren Kenney knows the importance of developing a comprehensive and effective strategy in defending her clients.  Each client we take is assigned an entire defense team to work on all aspects of their …

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How to Get the Best Lawyers

Getting the Best Lawyer Getting the best lawyers can be extremely expensive. We criminal defense attorneys charge only what it takes to win your case — which includes your concentration fee so you can focus on fighting for what’s right. Kenney’s firm fights for the rights of the criminally accused, above and beyond their legal …

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Fight For Your Rights with Leading Criminal Defense Attorney Karren Kenney

Fight For Your Rights Karren Kenney has tried more than 70 criminal jury trials at both state and federal levels. Her litigation experience involves aggravated white collar crimes, investment, real estate, healthcare fraud, embezzlement and numerous cases concerning RICO charges, drug crimes, weapon crimes, gang crimes and murder. San Diego, United States – December 23, …

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Right Criminal Defense Lawyer for your Federal Criminal Law Charge

If you or any of your family members are facing federal criminal charges and stuck facing a lengthy prison sentence if convicted, you need help from an experienced federal criminal defense lawyer. You can get assistance from Southern California’s Premier Defense Firm – Kenney Legal Defense. Lets first have a look at what is Federal …

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White Collar Crimes Can Mean Prison, Too

Many people don’t typically associate white-collar crimes with the kind of lengthy prison sentences handed down for violent crimes. But, in fact, such non-violent crimes as theft, embezzlement, money laundering and fraud can also result in harsh punishments. Take the case of a Houston woman and her stepson who recently were sentenced to 11 years and 7 …

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