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What is the Difference Between a Felony and Misdemeanor Charges in California?

Regardless of how you are accused of a crime, you need to be prepared to fight back and prepare a compelling defense. Being charged with a misdemeanor or felony may be associated with negative outcomes for you if you don’t get a criminal defense attorney who is thoroughly experienced in this field and one who […]

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What You Need to Know About Prison Overcrowding

One of the most problematic issues associated with the United States today is concerns over prison overcrowding. Being sent to prison after being convicted of a crime as an overwhelming experience for you as an individual, but it is even more troublesome if you are concerned about getting the necessary support and basic care while […]

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Study finds California Has Most Opportunities for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Students

The Stanford Criminal Justice Center and the Opportunity Institute recently worked together to release a joint study indicating that California leads the country in terms of providing high quality college education opportunities to formerly incarcerated and currently incarcerated students. By the fall of 2017, nearly 4,500 incarcerated students throughout California were enrolled in community college […]

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What You Should Know About Crime Trends in California

Any allegation of violent crime is a serious matter. If more people are concerned about violent crimes, police officers might dedicate more of a presence to responding to these reports. When more government resources are directed towards responding to and accusing people of violent crimes, it’s critical for anyone who has been accused to get […]

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The Basics of Appealing a Conviction

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If you have recently been convicted of a crime, it’s natural to be concerned about what to do following that. A not guilty verdict will typically end a criminal case. This means that the prosecution is unable to appeal an acquittal. However, the case is not necessarily over if you have received a guilty verdict. […]

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