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Accused of a crime? It hurts, especially…

I’d like to share my thanks and gratitude towards Eric Berg and his entire staff. Hiring an attorney is no simple…

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Redding Family Law Attorney: Divorce, Child Custody,…

Navigating through the complexities of a divorce can be emotionally taxing. While the majority of cases do not end up in…

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From Charges to Freedom: How a Redding…

Being charged with a crime can plunge your entire world into chaos. A criminal conviction looms like a raging storm cloud,…

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Publications

I am currently selling my book So You Have Been Accused of Child Molest on Amazon.

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Is a Mandate with No Money Still…

Over ten years ago, 61% of California voters voted yes to a proposition that made treatment possible instead of incarceration for…

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Does Transparency Equal Better Results?

Will transparency lead to better results in California dependency courts? California Assemblyman Mike Feuer believes so and has introduced Assembly Bill…

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Is Cyberbullying a Crime?

Facebook, Myspace, and text messaging have changed the way today’s teens communicate with one another. These forms of electronic communication have…

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May I have your zip code please?

“May I have your zip code please?” How many times have you been checking out at your favorite retail store and…

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Disparity in Criminal Sentences

For every crime committed in the United States there is a federal guideline for prison sentences and fines. However, five years…

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V.A. Clarifies Rules on Medical Marijuana

Veterans fought for our country and our rights and now some have won a small victory in the fight for medical…

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Ruling Questions Constitutionality of Ban on Same…

Why are same-sex couples, who are legally married in their state, not afforded the same federal benefits as heterosexual couples? A…

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Mehserle Trial; Jury is in, but emotions…

Involuntary manslaughter, an unintentional killing that results from a recklessness or criminal negligence. This is the verdict a Los Angeles County…

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Deportation Not Imminent for Legal Immigrants with…

Legal immigrants recently caught a break when the Supreme Court ruled that they should not face automatic deportation for being convicted…

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Debate Continues Over California’s Sex Offender Laws

While Chelsea’s Law recently cleared its first legislative committee, new legislation is being proposed that would require registered sex offenders to…

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Reassessing California’s Three Strike Law

In the state of California, a non-confrontational burglary, petty theft, and a minor drug infraction could land a person in prison…

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