Proposition 64, otherwise known as the “Adult Use of Marijuana Act,” changed the legal landscape for marijuana-related activity in California. “The Act,” which became law on November 8, 2016, is required reading for those practicing in adult and juvenile courts. Most criminal provisions for possession, transportation, and cultivation of marijuana “Proposition 64: Bountiful Harvest of Relief to Many Convicted of Marijuana Offenses”
Dismissing a Criminal Conviction in California from Domenic J. Lombardo Defendants often accepts a probation only guilty plea without considering the long-term consequences of the conviction. Learn more about criminal conviction in California in this presentation.
In today’s day and age having a criminal record has serious repercussions. Even a relatively minor conviction on your record could cause you serious problems in all areas of your life. Not surprisingly, one of the most common questions we are asked is “ Will a California conviction stay on “Will a California Conviction Stay on My Permanent Record?”
The goal of the defendant in any criminal prosecution is to be exonerated of all charges, either through a dismissal of the charges or through a “not guilty” verdict at trial. Failing to achieve that goal, however, does not mean you have to give up the fight. In the United “Free Report: Appealing a Criminal Conviction in California”
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Appealing a Criminal Conviction in California from Domenic J. Lombardo To succeed on appeal you must allege, and prove, that a reversible error occurred during your trial. When an appellate court reverses a trial court verdict the case it usually sent back to the trial court for further proceedings. Learn “Appealing a Criminal Conviction in California”