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What Are Proffer Letters or Queen for a Day Agreements?

Mar 16, 2018 in Criminal Defense

When you face federal charges, it is likely that you will hear the terms “proffer letter,” “proffer agreement,” or “queen for a day agreement.” These terms mean the same thing: a written agreement between you and a federal prosecutor under which you provide the government…

New California Laws

Feb 14, 2018 in Criminal Defense, New Laws

With the beginning of each year come new laws, some of which may go into effect January 1st. In 2018, there are a number of laws that impact the criminal justice system that you should be aware of. If you have been arrested or are…

California’s Registration Requirements for Assault Weapons

Jan 31, 2018 in Weapons Crimes

The Governor of California recently signed into law a bill that makes significant changes in how assault weapons are defined and regulated in the state. The state’s Department of Justice has been proposing new rules on how to interpret various provisions of the new series…

Criminal Charges Arising from Social Media Activities

Jan 17, 2018 in Criminal Defense

The use of social media has exploded over recent years. Much of its use involves keeping in touch with family and friends, sharing pictures and videos, establishing a marketing presence for businesses, providing information on current events, etc. However, social media may also be used…

Do Domestic Violence Victims Have to Testify?

Dec 29, 2017 in Assault, Criminal Defense

Domestic violence is a complex and sensitive issue. On the one hand, abuse is something that no one should ever have to live through. On the other hand, many people deserve a second chance. Unlike some states, California law puts some of the power to…

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