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Tag: Marin County Criminal Defense Lawyer

When Should You Plead Guilty to a Crime

Marin County Criminal Defense Lawyer

There are times when it makes sense to enter a guilty plea in a criminal proceeding. You may be able to obtain a better legal outcome through a plea bargain than if you tried to fight the charges. Initially, you would always plead not guilty to criminal charges no matter what. Your lawyer would get time to review your…

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Will You Go to Jail for a DUI?

Marin County Criminal Defense Lawyer

Drivers who are convicted of a DUI face a number of significant consequences. Some of the penalties for DUI include: A potential jail sentence A fine Loss of your driver’s license for a period of time A jail sentence for a DUI conviction is always a possibility. In California, the law allows for it, even on the first conviction….

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Common Spring Break Arrests

Marin County Criminal Defense Lawyer

Every year, millions of college students take the rite of annual passage by traveling over Spring Break. Even those who remain local try to let loose and enjoy themselves. Spring break does not end well for many college students who have been arrested for the following offenses. Driving Under the Influence When college students party over spring break, they…

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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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What are Your Miranda Rights?

Marin County Criminal Defense Lawyer

Anybody who has watched a television show or movie knows about the suspect being told that they have the right to remain silent. Practically every observer, even those without law degrees, can recite these lines by heart. This is also known as Miranda Rights, and there is a legal purpose behind this. These rights come from the Supreme Court…

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