• 27 Jan 2017
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Juvenile Court v. Adult Court: What Is The Difference?

Posted by Gurjit Srai In Criminal Charges January 27, 2017 0 Comment

If your child has been charged with a criminal offense, he or she may be tried in either adult court or juvenile court, depending on various factors. There are many differences between these two courts. The most common differences that you should know when dealing with a juvenile case in California are discussed below. The …

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  • 23 Jan 2017
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5 Reasons To Consider Filing Bankruptcy In California

Posted by Gurjit Srai In Bankruptcy January 23, 2017 0 Comment
5 Reasons To Consider Filing Bankruptcy In California

The last thing most of us want to think about is filing for bankruptcy. Making the decision to file bankruptcy is deeply personal and can have a serious impact on your life. However, if this is the right option for you, it could provide you with the relief you need to get a fresh financial …

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  • 20 Jan 2017
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Cultivating Medical Marijuana May Be Criminal

Posted by Gurjit Srai In Criminal Charges January 20, 2017 0 Comment
Cultivating Medical Marijuana May Be Criminal

It is a well-established fact that medical marijuana is legal in California. In many places within the state, patients are also permitted to grow plants for medicinal purposes. However, in San Joaquin, cultivating medical marijuana is a criminal offense. Charges may be brought against those growing marijuana plants indoors or outdoors. Details on the No-Grow …

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  • 11 Jan 2017
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Can I Expunge My Child’s Juvenile Criminal Records?

Posted by Gurjit Srai In Criminal Defense January 11, 2017 0 Comment
Can I Expunge My Child’s Juvenile Criminal Records?

When your child turns into an adult, you may have the opportunity to seal his or her juvenile criminal records. This is known as expunging his or her criminal records. It is one of the best things you can do for your child. It will allow your child to start fresh without his or her …

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  • 05 Jan 2017
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Sentencing In a Central Valley Criminal Case

Posted by Gurjit Srai In Criminal Defense January 5, 2017 0 Comment
Sentencing In a Central Valley Criminal Case

You cannot be automatically convicted of a crime after getting arrested or charged. You are convicted of a criminal offense in the Central Valley either by entering a plea of guilty voluntarily before the Court, or being found guilty by a jury or a judge in a trial. Once you are convicted, the Court will …

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  • 28 Oct 2016
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Formal v. Informal “Diversion” In California

Posted by Gurjit Srai In Criminal Defense October 28, 2016 0 Comment
Formal v. Informal “Diversion” In California

You made a mistake that turned out to be against the law. It was your first time. And now you are facing criminal charges. A diversion may be offered to help you avoid a criminal conviction. Diversion is generally available for defendants who are first-time offenders or are facing drug charges. There are two types …

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  • 24 Oct 2016
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Terminating Probation Early

Posted by Gurjit Srai In Criminal Charges October 24, 2016 0 Comment

A court retains the discretion to place a defendant who has been convicted on criminal charges, most misdemeanors and some felonies, on a period of probation and impose sentencing obligations. If the court grants the probation, it will retain jurisdiction to enforce the sentencing terms. However, not all defendants have to carry out the full …

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