A recent article published by the news website BuzzFeed prompted my curiosity as to whether the government is using cell tower spoofing devices attached to aircraft in the skies over San Diego. A derivative article in the Union Tribune failed to sate my curiosity. On Linkedin, I posted an in “Government Planes Harvesting Cell Phone Communications over San Diego?”
This article is published on my Linkedin profile relating to “misinformation” promulgated under Penal Code section 1000.4 that indicates that “successful completion of deferred entry of judgment shall not be used in any way that could result in a denial of employment, benefit, license, or certificate.” We know that non-citizen defendants “Collateral Consequence Relief from Drug Diversion for Licensed Professionals”
This matter involves an arrest for alleged sexual violence alleging sexual assault, forced oral copulation, and false imprisonment. An intensive investigation by the defense lead to no criminal charges, and then we successfully litigated against the University that threatened to discipline the defendant. This case is among the first successful “Recent Successful Case Result: High Profile Arrest to High Profile Exoneration”
The California Supreme Court decided to uphold sex offender registration for a simple misdemeanor assault conviction where the jury acquitted the defendant of the greater felony charge alleging a lewd act on a child under the age of 14, pursuant to Penal Code section 288.
If you are currently facing criminal charges in California you may eventually be offered a plea agreement in your case. A plea agreement resolves the case without the need to go to trial. Defendants frequently sign plea agreements without really understanding what they are signing and/or the ramifications of accepting “Accepting a Plea Agreement: What You Need to Know”
There are three categories of offenses in California: those that are punished as a felony, misdemeanor, or an infraction. A felony is a crime which is punishable by death or imprisonment in the state prison. Every other crime or public offense is a misdemeanor except those offenses that are classified “Defending Wobbler Offenses in San Diego”