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California’s New Felony Murder Rule

July 11, 2019 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

Last year, California passed a new law with regards to the concept of felony murder. Under California Senate Bill 1437, the new rules specifically designate when a person can be tried for felony...

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Judge Dismisses Charges in Federal White Nationalist Case

June 11, 2019 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

A man from Redondo Beach has requested that his guilty plea be withdrawn and federal charges dismissed in a case involving a group of white nationalists accused of inciting brawls at political...

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Apple’s Former Head of Insider Trading Policy Arrested for Insider Trading

May 8, 2019 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

The former attorney for Apple, Inc. in charge of ensuring that employees did not participate in insider trading was arrested earlier this year on allegations of insider trading.

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Celebrities Facing Jail Time for Federal Offenses

April 14, 2019 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are two of more than 50 people named in an expansive federal case involving college admission scams and other bribery charges.

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DCFS Employee Sentenced in Child Pornography Case

March 11, 2019 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

An employee who worked for the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) was sentenced last week in connection with his plea of no contest to charges of possessing and...

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How to Expunge Your Criminal Record in California

February 9, 2019 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

No one is perfect, and sometimes a mistake can lead to a permanent criminal record. This can affect a person’s employment, professional reputation, and more. However, California allows for a...

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Man Arrested in Connection with Series of Fires

January 9, 2019 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

A transient man was arrested on Thursday by Santa Monica police on suspicion of arson for allegedly lighting a trash can fire, and he is a suspect in two other recent arson fires in the area.

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Man Charged With Possible Hate Crime Outside Los Angeles Synagogue

December 11, 2018 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

A Seattle man has been charged with two counts of assault with a deadly weapon in connection to a possible hate crime that took place outside of a Los Angeles synagogue late last month.

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Actor Charged with DUI with Son in Lap

November 10, 2018 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

Actor Marion “Pooch” Hall was arrested and charged with felony and misdemeanor counts for driving under the influence (DUI) with his 2-year-old son in his lap while behind the wheel.

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Suge Knight Pleads No Contest to Voluntary Manslaughter

October 8, 2018 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

Rap legend Suge Knight pled no contest to voluntary manslaughter last month in connection with a 2015 hit-and-run accident that led to the death of a man in Compton. Knight, 53, could serve up to 28...

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