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What is California’s Three Strikes Law?

Sacramento Criminal Defense Lawyer

In the 1990s, California followed the rest of the country in toughening its sentencing law with the intent of cutting crime. Like many of these statutes meant to show toughness, the California Three Strikes Law led to many harsh and unjust outcomes. There is still some form of that law on the books, although it was made slightly more…

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DUI Arrests on New Year’s Eve

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This past year, California Highway Patrol officers arrested 244 people for DUI offenses on New Year’s Eve. This is in addition to arrests made by local police departments. This day has one of the highest numbers of DUI arrests because of the sheer number who are out drinking. California Highway Patrol Runs Sweeps Police officers are out in force…

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Do You Need a Lawyer for a Shoplifting Charge?

Marin County Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you have been arrested and charged with shoplifting, you should not try to face the legal system on your own. No matter what, you should hire an experienced lawyer to help you navigate the criminal justice system. Shoplifting is not always a minor charge. If the value of the goods was more than a certain amount, the charges…

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Preparing for a Possible Divorce in 2022

Marin County Family Law Attorney

You may not always be able to control the circumstances that could lead to divorce. Regardless, before you begin the process, you should prepare ahead of time. Preparation means making efforts to get ready, both emotionally and legally. Preparing Yourself Emotionally Divorce is not an easy process. There will be plenty of down periods where you may feel angry…

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What are the Requirements to Get a Divorce in California?

Marin County Divorce Lawyer

A divorce can be one of the most stressful and impactful experiences of your life, as it involves the breaking apart of a marriage – and often, a family. Divorce requires that you divide your property and, if you have children, determine custody rights. This is a complex process, and you want someone protecting your interests. If you are…

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Potential Effects of a Criminal Record on Your Future

Sacramento County Criminal Defense Attorney

Being charged with a crime can markedly damage your reputation, and if you are convicted of the crime and have a record, your entire life can change. If you have a criminal case in Sacramento or Marin County, one of the experienced criminal defense attorneys from Mason Law is here to answer any questions you might have and assist…

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Do You Need a Lawyer for a First-Time Drug Charge?

First-Time Drug Charge

Being charged with a drug offense can be intimidating, as you might not know what the charge entails and how it might impact your freedom now or into the future. Having a record can impact your future in many ways, and doing whatever you can to avoid a drug offense on your record is advised. This is where an experienced…

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Increased Arrests Over the Holidays

Sacramento Ca. Criminal Defense Lawyer

The holidays should be a time of celebration and joy, but for some, this time is disrupted by an arrest and criminal charges. Not only do certain crimes increase during the holiday season, but so does enforcement by police officers. If your holiday season comes to a halt due to an arrest, you should immediately reach out to a…

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Options for Resolving Your Divorce Case

Sacramento California divorce lawyer

There is no singular “divorce process” that every case follows. Your divorce will be just as unique as your marriage, and how you resolve your case will depend on how you and your spouse are able to communicate, as well as the complexities involved. An experienced Marin County and Sacramento County divorce attorney can review your circumstances and advise…

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Out-of-State Travel with Your Child

Marin County Child Custody Attorney

Many families are getting ready to travel to see loved ones for Thanksgiving or winter holidays, and this can be more complicated for parents who share custody of their child. If you are traveling within the State of California, it should not be a problem, as long as you have your custody dates worked out for the holidays. However,…

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