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What is Motion to Suppress Evidence?

How to Exclude Evidence from a Case A motion to suppress evidence is when the defendant’s legal team asks the court to exclude evidence that the police obtained through an illegal search or seizure. This is grounded in the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution and the California Penal Code 1-5 38.5. There are three […]

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Criminal Attempt

Punishment for Attempted Crimes in California Anyone who attempts to commit a crime but doesn’t actually do it can still be charged. For example, if you attempted to kill somebody, but they did not actually die, you could be charged with attempted murder. If you intended to rob a bank, and you went in with […]

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Selling or Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor in California

What Is Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor? California Business and Professions Code section 25658 defines the crime of furnishing or selling alcohol to a minor. There are three ways one can commit this crime. Selling alcohol to a minor. In California, a minor is somebody under 21 years of age. Furnishing alcohol to a minor. […]

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Types of Wages you Can Recover after a Personal Injury

Types of Compensation for Lost Income You Can Seek in Personal Injury Claims If you’ve been injured in a car accident, or a slip and fall or due to medical malpractice or any situation where another person is at fault, one of the things that you are entitled to recover is compensation for your lost […]

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