Criminal Defense Attorney Blog in Los Angeles, CA

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…

Los Angeles City Attorney Cracks Down on Party Houses

  • August 12, 2016
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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The Office of the Los Angeles City attorney has been cracking down on “party houses.” Under Los Angeles Municipal Code 115.02 the city can file a misdemeanor complaint in criminal court against a homeowner who is renting out his or her property as a party house.

Thoughts on the Gun Control Debate

  • June 28, 2016
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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By the time you have read this and we all have had time to process the Orlando mass shooting, I will still have no answers, and don’t have much left to say at this point. I defend people accused of…

Brock Turner’s Sentence in Stanford Sexual Assault Case

  • June 10, 2016
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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By now, you may have heard about the case of Brock Turner, the Stanford University student and star swimmer who was convicted at trial of rape of an assault with intent to commit rape of an intoxicated woman, sexually penetrating…

Is the California Attorney General Seeking to Suspend Your Professional License in Criminal Court?

  • June 3, 2016
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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Anyone who holds a license to practice medicine, nursing, dentistry or pharmacy in the State of California knows that certain criminal convictions carry significant collateral consequences to their professional license. What is lesser known is that state licensing agencies, through…

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