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DNA Evidence Can Be Wrong

Jul 31, 2017 in Criminal Defense

The use of DNA testing has undoubtedly revolutionized how criminal cases are investigated and prosecuted. Widely regarded as irrefutable evidence, traces of your genetic information can connect you to a criminal investigation, and later convince a jury of your guilt. If your DNA matches blood,…

Sex Offenders May Be Offered Early Release Under Prop 57

Jul 28, 2017 in Sex Crimes

California is notorious for its overcrowded prisons and a powerful corrections and law enforcement lobby that seeks to keep them that way. The situation is so dire that in 2011, the United States Supreme Court ordered California to take measures to limit its prison population….

Defenses Against Conspiracy Charges

Jul 26, 2017 in Criminal Defense

Conspiracy is one of the few offenses you can get charged with when, in a sense, you haven’t actually committed a crime. Even if no one gets hurt, no drugs get sold, or no property gets damaged, you can still face criminal penalties if the…

How Juror Bias Can Affect Criminal Trials

Jul 10, 2017 in Criminal Defense

We all have biases – preferences for one thing or prejudices against another. They are deeply held beliefs about people, groups, and things. They can be about race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and countless other characteristics or factors. In some situations, we have conscious…

Standard vs. Non-Standard DUI Field Sobriety Tests

Jul 03, 2017 in DUI

Believe it or not, the sobriety tests you see cops give drivers in movies and TV shows are not always accurate. Inexperienced writers and directors have fictional police officers asking drivers to recite the alphabet backward or hop on one foot ten times. The cinematography…

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