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Do You Have a Warrant in Orange County?

How Does a Warrant Get Issued? If you ever find yourself facing a warrant, you may wonder how and why it was issued.  In Orange County, the justice system allows for warrants to be issued and here are the different types that are allowed:  arrest warrants and bench warrants. Arrest Warrant – Issued at the …

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Types of Crimes: Infraction, Misdemeanor and Felony

  Types of Crimes When someone breaks the law, the level of severity types of crimes that the individual committed in the act, determines what classification of crime the person will face. That category could be one of three types of crimes ranging from least to most serious, which are: Infractions, Misdemeanors, and Felonies.

Marijuana DUI in California Explained

Marijuana DUI in California Explained Recreational use of marijuana has been legal under California law for the past several months. In the excitement of this legalization, many have forgotten to consider that many marijuana-related laws are still on the books. This is true of laws relating to driving after smoking marijuana including pot DUI laws. …

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Prostitution Stings in Orange County, California

You would think that law enforcement officers would have better crimes to pursue in tax payer funded “sting” operations than prostitution, but not in the OC.  Recently, there have been several sting operations in Newport Beach.  These have resulted in the arrests of business professionals and others who are accused of soliciting undercover officers for …

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Criminal Law Attorney – Orange County Criminal Defense

If you are facing theft charges, a criminal law attorney can help you fight them.   “Theft” charges are very common in Orange County, California, with the majority being charged as shoplifting (petty theft).   However, there are several other degrees of theft that can potentially result in a substantial prison sentence.  It’s important to understand …

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Hiring A Criminal Lawyer to Help You With Your DUI Defense | Video

  Hiring a criminal lawyer to help with your DUI defense is essential.  The DUI process includes DMV proceedings against your driver’s license and the criminal court process.  This is extremely stressful, confusing and time sensitive, which is why it is important to hire a criminal lawyer who is knowledgeable in DUI defense immediately. These 2 …

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Asset Forfeiture: The Government Can Take Your Things… and Keep Them!

Asset Forfeiture Asset forfeiture is really common in California. The biggest reason for this would seem to be because they are able to keep a portion of the proceeds from any assets they seize for themselves! States, like California, are participating in a program known as the “Equitable Sharing Program”. This program was indefinitely suspended …

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Why Do I Need A Criminal Defense Attorney

Do I really need a criminal defense attorney? What are the benefits of having a criminal lawyer? How will I know the benefits of having an attorney will be worth the money? These are all questions that are often asked when people are faced with being charged with a criminal offense. Life is not always …

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Attorney Hiring Tips for a Tax Investigation – Kenney Legal

Tax investigation Tips for a hiring an attorney for a tax investigation Defending yourself from tax fraud or a tax investigation?  Be careful… Any good steward of personal finances knows their money inside and out. You are on top of the situation, and it almost seems insulting to invite someone into this world. True though …

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Trial Attorney or Litigator?

Knowing whether the attorney you have retained is someone who will actually go to trial or someone who will refer you on if the case gets that far takes a simple question before you hand over your money. You want to ask them if they handle trials because you will want the one person who is most familiar with your case and your circumstances to be the one representing you in court.

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