Category: Criminal Law

Judge Dismisses Charges in Federal White Nationalist Case

Thu 11th July, 2019 Criminal Law

A man from Redondo Beach has requested that his guilty plea be withdrawn and federal charges dismissed in a case involving a group of white nationalists accused of inciting brawls at political rallies. Tyler Laube made the request after the federal judge in his case dismissed similar charges against co-defendants Robert Rundo, […]

California’s New Felony Murder Rule

Thu 11th July, 2019 Criminal Law

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 murder and the necessary intent behind the crimes. The new felony murder rule has the potential to […]

Celebrities Facing Jail Time for Federal Offenses

Sun 14th April, 2019 Criminal Law

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. Known for their roles in American Crime and Full House, these two celebrities are facing charges of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services fraud, which could […]

How to Expunge Your Criminal Record in California

Sat 9th February, 2019 Criminal Law

Erasing a Past Criminal Record is Critical in Today’s World 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 criminal record to be expunged, or dismissed, in certain situations […]