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What Happens If You Refuse a Breathalyzer in California?
  • By: Majux Marketing
  • Published: April 5, 2021

Being stopped for a traffic violation in California is often a nerve-wracking experience. Nobody likes being in trouble with law enforcement, even for something minor like a speeding ticket. Being stopped for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (DUI) is even worse. Not only is driving while drunk or intoxicated extremely dangerous, but it can also be extremely…Read More

When You Should Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney in Los Angeles?
  • By: Majux Marketing
  • Published: March 23, 2021

Most people hire a criminal defense attorney after they have been arrested. People do not usually foresee getting arrested, so they do not believe they have a reason to hire an attorney beforehand. Contrary to what you might think, criminal defense attorneys can help you before you even go to trial. They can help you before you are even arrested.…Read More

Do First Time Felony Offenders Go to Jail in Los Angeles?
  • By: Majux Marketing
  • Published: March 1, 2021

A felony offense in California is one that may be punished by at least one year in prison. Generally, the more serious or severe a felony is, the longer the potential prison sentence will be. Prosecutors and judges are sometimes more lenient with first-time offenders. A first-time offender is someone who has no prior criminal history when they are convicted.…Read More

Penalties and Jail Time for Domestic Violence in Los Angeles
  • By: Majux Marketing
  • Published: February 5, 2021

Domestic violence charges are incredibly serious charges that typically come with very stiff penalties. In many states, including California, domestic violence convictions may be subjected to enhanced penalties. This means convicted defendants may face penalties beyond the ordinary terms of their sentence. There may also be civil consequences for domestic violence convictions too. Situations involving domestic violence tend to be…Read More

Do I Need an Attorney to Negotiate a Plea Deal in Los Angeles County, CA?
  • By: Majux Marketing
  • Published: January 14, 2021

Every criminal defendant in the State of California and the rest of the United States is entitled to a trial by a jury of their peers for most criminal charges. This right is an inalienable one and cannot be infringed upon by law enforcement, prosecutors, or the courts. However, if every single criminal defendant did receive a full trial, the…Read More

How to Find Out If You Have a Warrant for Your Arrest in Los Angeles County
  • By: Majux Marketing
  • Published: January 5, 2021

Dealing with the criminal justice system can be a scary and confusing experience, especially for those whose prior experience with law enforcement and the criminal justice system is limited to what they have seen on television and in the movies. When you hear warrants discussed, you may not understand exactly what this means. Indeed, there are multiple different types of…Read More