Category: Criminal Law

Federal Perjury Charges: What you Need to Know

Tue 12th May, 2020 Criminal Law

While many people recognize that it is a crime to lie under oath, what most do not realize is that even a simple misstatement to someone in the federal government can lead to criminal charges. People make statements to federal officials more often than they realize, and those statements can […]

What to Know About California DUI Checkpoints

Wed 8th April, 2020 Criminal Law

DUI checkpoints are one of the most popular methods used by California police to arrest and charge drivers with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. However, drivers arrested at checkpoints may be able to challenge the constitutionality of their arrest in court. Both state and federal law have […]

15 People Charged with Federal Drug Trafficking

Fri 20th March, 2020 Criminal Law

Law enforcement officials arrested 11 people and charged 15 in total in a federal indictment last month for a drug trafficking ring that allegedly sold heroin, methamphetamine, and cocaine across Los Angeles County. The indictment claims that 15 people conspired to distribute controlled substances over the last four years. Arrests included two […]

What are Your Miranda Rights?

Sun 12th January, 2020 Criminal Law

Anyone who has ever watched Law and Order or any other crime procedural has most likely heard a character read a suspect the Miranda rights. What exactly are your Miranda rights, and when do they apply to you? If you have been arrested or charged with a crime, understanding your […]