Writ of Appeal Forces Judge to Give Marijuana Defense

People v. Byron (2011, CA Second District Court of Appeal): A trial judge refused to give our client the marijuana collective defense instructions required by Health and Safety Code § 1162.775.  The biased judge also allowed the People to introduce evidence without foundation or based on hearsay with no applicable exception. This prejudicial behavior led the jury to convict Mr.…

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Firm Overview

Our firm believes every individual deserves the best defense money can buy. No matter where you come from everyone deserves a fair shot. No one should be deprived of hiring the best attorneys. As a matter of professional courtesy the initial consultation is never billed to the client. However, once the parties make a mutual decision to proceed with a…

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ACQUITTAL FOR 350 POUNDS

(People v. L.J. (2006): Compton, CA) – Acquittal at jury trial on alleged 350-pound marijuana case using caregiver defense. District attorney speaks about this case in LA Times: http://articles.latimes.com/2006/auq/22/local/medopest22).

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DUI ACQUITTAL

(People v. A. (2008): Bellflower, CA) – Acquittal at jury trial of DUI case where defendant refused blood alcohol test and allegedly told police he would not do it because of his prior DUI.

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White Collar Crimes

Non-violent acts involving deception, typically known as white collar crimes, are commonly committed by a person of business or a public official. Signs of a white collar crime normally involve a trail of evidence known as a “paper trail,” that investigators use for prosecution of the case. There are many different types of white collar crimes, and if you have…

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Firm Overview

Our firm believes every individual deserves the best defense money can buy. No matter where you come from everyone deserves a fair shot. No one should be deprived of hiring the best attorneys. As a matter of professional courtesy the initial consultation is never billed to the client. However, once the parties make a mutual decision to proceed with a…

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Drug Crimes

Whether you are currently under investigation for a drug crime or have already been arrested, it is important to retain a skilled attorney for an adequate representation. California has some of the strictest narcotic laws in the nation, and the police and prosecutors involved in your case are not going to let you off easy. In fact, the prosecuting attorneys…

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