It May Make Sense to Waive Your Right to a Jury Trial: Learn How
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It May Make Sense to Waive Your Right to a Jury Trial: Learn How

There are two places in the United States Constitution that protect your right to a jury trial: Article II, Section 2 of the Constitution and the Sixth Amendment. In most cases, it makes sense to take advantage of this right when you are charged with a crime. However, there are specific cases in which it…
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Know Your Right During a Probation Search in California

Imagine this scenario: You are sitting in your home watching TV when someone knocks at your door. Your roommate answers the door and the police are there. They say, “We are here to do a probation search for your home.” If you are on probation then this is a very real scenario that is more…
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Learn What Must Be Proven to Add a Gang Enhancement to Your Criminal Charge

In 1988, California legislators passed the Street Terrorism Enforcement and Prevention Act, also known as the STEP Act. It holds that if a person takes part in a crime as a gang member, or assists a gang member in committing certain crimes, they should be subjected to sentencing enhancement for that gang affiliation. Recently, that…
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