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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.

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…

James Harden Under Investigation for Attacking Paparazzi in Los Angeles

  • May 24, 2016
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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TMZ Sports reports that the Los Angeles Police Department are looking into allegations that NBA basketball player James Harden attacked a photographer who may have gotten too up close and personal with him. These reports are not unusual with celebrities….

Three Things You Can Learn From Peter Murhpy’s DUI Arrest

  • March 20, 2013
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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By now anyone who is (or was) a fan of the 1980s British music scene knows that Bauhaus frontman and goth godfather Peter Murphy was arrested for hit & run DUI in Los Angeles County on Saturday.  Judging from the…

Proposition 36 Gives Inmates Serving Life In Prison A Chance At Reducing Their Sentence

  • November 8, 2012
  • Jerod Gunsberg
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On Tuesday November 6, 2012, almost 70% of California voters supported Proposition 36, which changes how California administers it’s three strikes law.  Under that law, a person convicted of three felonies is sentenced to life in prison.  Proposition 36 changes…

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