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How the Brady Case May Impact You

Jan 16, 2019 in Criminal Defense

Brady v. Maryland is a 1963 Supreme Court case that affects the rights of defendants in criminal cases. Essentially, Brady dictates that prosecutors must disclose to the defense any evidence that might help the defendant make their case for innocence. As the Supreme Court put…


Changes to California’s DUI Ignition Interlock Law

Dec 31, 2018 in Criminal Defense, DUI

In California, drunk driving kills thousands of individuals annually, and injures even more. Senate Bill 1046 aims to tackle this problem by expanding the state’s DUI Ignition Interlock Device (IID) Program. An IID is a small electronic device that measures your blood alcohol content (BAC)…


Challenging a Breathalyzer

Dec 05, 2018 in Criminal Defense, DUI

On a weekend, say you were out with some friends and indulged in a drink or two. Knowing that you had to drive, you were careful not to drink too much. However, while navigating your way home, you get pulled over for what seems to…

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How Do Prosecutors in Fresno Decide to File Charges?

Nov 29, 2018 in Criminal Defense

A criminal case in Fresno begins when a person is arrested, a prosecutor files charges, or a grand jury issues an indictment. Of the three, a likely scenario you could find yourself in is an arrest. After an arrest, a prosecutor will likely file official…