Criminal Defense Attorney Blog in Los Angeles, CA

Culver City and Inglewood Gentrification Means Police Crackdowns

  • July 8, 2019
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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It’s no secret that Los Angeles is rapidly gentrifying, some parts are fully changed other parts are in rapid transition. I want to focus for a minute on Culver City and Inglewood and what that means for law enforcement and…

Vacating a Criminal Conviction for Immigration Purposes

  • July 1, 2019
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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In 2016, the California State Legislature created a new law that allowed a defendant in a criminal case – even if she or he is no longer in custody – to petition the court to vacate their conviction on the…

United States Supreme Court Upholds “Dual Sovereignty” in Federal and State Criminal Cases

  • June 20, 2019
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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The Supreme Court of the United States, in Gamble v. United States, affirmed the longstanding principle of “dual sovereignty” jurisdiction in criminal cases. Simply put, this means that if you’re charged with a crime in federal court, you can also…

Can I Bring Weed in My Carry-on at LAX?

  • October 10, 2018
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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Yes. In California, you can bring small amounts of weed to LAX and put it in your carry-on. But don’t do it. Here’s a breakdown on why.

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