Criminal Defense Blog
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In order to convict someone, the government has the burden to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. So evidence matters.Read More
Those arrested and facing criminal charges are at risk during this time of national concern about the coronavirus pandemic. Read More
Simply being accused of something doesn't make you guilty of it. You ARE presumed innocent. Read More
How you interact with the police when you are pulled over or arrested can have an impact on the outcome, sometimes for the better, and sometimes for the worse. Read More
During an encounter with law enforcement, a person might not have their Miranda rights read to them. This may be problematic for the prosecuting agency but depends on the facts of the case. Read More
A preliminary hearing can be a critical pretrial hearing in a state felony criminal case. Read More