Criminal Defense Attorney Blog in Los Angeles, CA

Withdrawing Guilty Plea in California

  • February 13, 2017
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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If you are facing an old criminal conviction in California and you are not a United States citizen, you should immediately investigate whether you are eligible to withdraw your guilty plea and possibly have your case dismissed entirely.

New California Criminal Laws for 2017

  • January 18, 2017
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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Changes to the California Criminal Laws in 2017. Some of these changes include tickets for holding your phone while driving and fines for large capacity firearm.

Misdemeanor Diversion Can Jeopardize Your Professional License in California

  • December 21, 2016
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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If you have a professional license, admitting the charge could be enough to have a seriously negative impact on your professional license. Depending on the charge, merely admitting the offense can be enough to trigger disciplinary action against someone.

California’s Legal Marijuana Under Trump Will Mean Rise in Asset Forfeiture

  • December 5, 2016
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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With the passage of Prop 64, marijuana is legal in California. Yet with the appointment of Senator Jeff Sessions as the incoming US Attorney General, many California criminal defense attorneys are wondering what the future holds for legal weed. Sessions…

California Prop 64 to Legalize Recreational Marijuana Use in California

  • October 11, 2016
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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California voters are on the verge of legalizing marijuana for recreational use in California. For nearly 20 years, marijuana possession, cultivation, and transportation have lived in a legal gray area under California’s Compassionate Use Act regulating medical marijuana. As everyone…

Battery on a Sports Official Is Its Own Crime in California

  • September 23, 2016
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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The Ventura County Star is reporting that a Mt. San Antonio College football player was arrested on suspicion of battery of a sports official. The player is accused of punching and knocking out a referee during a football game. California…

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