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AB 1909 was signed into effect on September 30, 2016, changing Penal Code 141 to establish that prosecutorial misconduct...
10/17/2016

AB 1909 was signed into effect on September 30, 2016, changing Penal Code 141 to establish that prosecutorial misconduct can result in felony charges and prison time. Learn more on our latest blog: http://bit.ly/2dn14IO

09/22/2016
Probation Violation Lawyer in Santa Ana | Moises Aguilar, Esq.

Accused of violating your probation? You need tough legal help--call the firm right away to protect yourself!

Facing probation violation charges in CA? If you have been charged with a probation violation you should speak with an experienced criminal lawyer in Santa Ana from our firm.

Interesting read.  There are currently about 40,000 people incarcerated in this country for ma*****na-related offenses. ...
07/08/2015
This man is "waiting to die in prison" for selling two bags of pot

Interesting read. There are currently about 40,000 people incarcerated in this country for ma*****na-related offenses. One particular man, Fate Vincent Winslow, is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole for selling $20.00 worth of ma*****na to an undercover cop who promised the homeless man a $5 commission.

Even as more Americans t**e up legally, many are still rotting behind bars for ma*****na offenses.

Excellent L.A. Times article on the realities that we deal with in criminal courts.  "But lives are also at stake in the...
02/16/2015
The case against cheating prosecutors

Excellent L.A. Times article on the realities that we deal with in criminal courts.

"But lives are also at stake in the criminal courtroom. A sentence of 10 years or 20 years or even more — or of death — should not be rendered without absolute assurance that the trials were fair and that the prosecutors were honest. An argument could be made that prosecutorial misconduct is far more egregious and unforgivable than a police officer's deadly error, because police officers must react in an instant to a potentially deadly threat to themselves or the public. A prosecutor's misdeed comes with ample time to reflect."

It should go without saying that cheating criminal prosecutors who lie or hide evidence to bolster their cases, and cowardly state judges who cover for them, should be identified and punished. It should go without saying — but we say it in light of last month's extraordinary remarks from a pan…

11/21/2014

First Amendment case bars requiring s*x offenders to provide internet information. In 2012, prop 35 passed, requiring registered s*x offenders to provide law enforcement with every email and user name/password they used, including every internet service provider they used. 9th Circuit struck down this requirement earlier this week because it violates the first amendment. Doe v. Harris; No. 13n15263

  changes the landscape for low-level drug and theft related felonies.
11/11/2014
California Passes Proposition 47

changes the landscape for low-level drug and theft related felonies.

The November elections saw the passage of Proposition 47, which allows many felony crimes to be reduced to misdemeanors and allows those convicted to be re-sentenced. This will focus on rehabilitating low-level and nonviolent criminals and keep a conviction from preventing their ability to obtain em…

08/05/2014

Reckless Driving...on a bicycle! California Appellate court ruled that a person can be charged with reckless driving (a charge associated with driving a "vehicle" on a street or highway with intentional or conscious disregard for the safety of people or property) when the "vehicle" used is a bicycle.

08/05/2014

New Address. New Office. New shoes.

04/30/2013
http://www.courts.ca.gov/opinions/documents/S200612.PDF

Last week, the California Supreme Court ruled that helping a parolee abscond (hide from his parole officer and law enforcement) can qualify as an accessory after the fact under P.C. 32 because it amounts to helping the parolee escape punishment. If your friend/family member is absconding from parole, be careful because you can be prosecuted under P.C. 32 if you they are staying at your place!

http://www.courts.ca.gov/opinions/documents/S200612.PDF

02/09/2011

Client charged with DUI (.18 bac), hit and run, and driving on a suspended license; all charges dropped in exchange for guilty plea to "reckless driving." Excellent disposition given the circumstances. This case highlights the absolute importance of remaining silent - if client and wife had not talked to detectives, DA wouldn't have had a case.

06/30/2010

obtained a dismissal @ Trial on a Domestic Violence Charge.

05/12/2010

is now hiring! We are looking for a legal secretary/admin assistant. email resumes to [email protected]

05/12/2010

Don't steal from the Macy's in Fashion Island - they'll get you! We've received several calls from people arrested for burglary at that Macy's.

05/12/2010

No matter how much we say it, it falls upon deaf ears. But here we go again: if you feel an urge to tell the police how many beer bongs you had before you started driving, DONT. Of our last 5 clients, only 1 was "brave" enough to [respectfully] keep her mouth shut.

02/11/2010

It need not be said (of course I am about to say what need not be said) that you should consult an attorney regarding the particulars of your case. We are not dispensing legal advice or providing one-on-one consultations here; we are simply recounting experiences in and around the courthouses of the greater Southern California area.

02/11/2010

As part of their plea offers to first time DUI defendants, the Orange County District Attorney's office requires a DNA sample. To avoid giving a sample, request a Court Offer from the presiding judge. The judge will most likely offer a standard first DUI disposition without the DNA sample.

02/08/2010

Many of our clients want to tell the police their life stories: “I had a couple of drinks”; “I smoked a little w**d about an hour ago.” As a defense attorney I am immediately at a disadvantage once a client starts trying to make the police officer his/her friend. Even if they have done nothing wrong, the old proviso silence is golden should be strictly adhered to.

02/03/2010

Please use us for your simple legal questions, "can I wear sandals at my arraignment," or for the more complex, "I just got pulled over with a pound of ma*****na and a stolen alligator in my trunk." In all honesty, we probably can't answer your question (Moises is not a very good attorney and Ben is always reading overpriced legal manuals that do not provide any "real world" answers);...

02/01/2010

9 fans. That's better than the amount of people following on Twitter: 1. Lol.

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2090 N Tustin Avenue, Ste 240
Santa Ana, CA
92705

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Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

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