DUI Charge? Sacramento DUI Attorney Will Help You Avoid Jail & Save Your License California Vehicle Code Section 23152 makes it unlawful for a person who is under the influence of alcohol or drugs to drive a vehicle if the level of alcohol or drugs can impair their driving ability. Unlike m...

Did you know that a bill was recently introduced into the Mississippi state House of Representatives that would make sagging your pants a crime punishable by fines of up to $100 and required psychological and/or social counseling? Representative Tom Weathersby (R-Florence) filed the bill after a...

Sacramento DUI Attorney Discusses Long-Term Consequences of DUI Driving under the influence (“DUI”) is the most heavily targeted crime by law enforcement, and is the most common criminal offense in the United States. Once the dangers of drunk driving were made known, public outcry followed, and leg...

Did you know you can be charged with DUI for DWC, driving while caffeinated? If you are charged with DUI, contact a Sacramento DUI attorney at our firm for consultation today. Increased attention has been given to the crime of Driving Under the Influence over the past couple decades and the trend...

Sacramento Criminal Defense Attorney Provides Legal Representation for Violent Crime Charges California has taken a very harsh stance against violent crime and leads the nation in imposing harsh sentences for individuals convicted of violent crimes. We all agree that a society with less violent cri...

Top Sacramento Criminal Lawyer for Infractions, Misdemeanors & Felonies Under California law, there are three main types of charges that can be brought against a party and they include infractions, misdemeanors and felonies. Each brings a unique set of punishments and will affect your life in diffe...

Top Sacramento Criminal Defense Attorney for Domestic Violence Charges Domestic violence is a very traumatic, emotional and painful experience for anyone to deal with.  It is defined as any physical abuse committed against a current or former spouse, a current or former cohabitant, someone with who...

Driving under the influence is not taken lightly in the state of California. The penalties for driving under the influence depend on two factors: whether you have prior DUI’s on your record and if anyone is injured as a result of your driving under the influence. Most drunk driving cases ...

Even if the vehicle owner is not involved in a drunk driving accident, in certain instances the vehicle can be seized, impounded or sold. Typically, statutes require the owner to have knowledge of two things: The driver has a prior drunk driving offense: and the vehicle will be used in con...

Suppose that we had statutes that had proclaimed certain conduct to be criminal but no police, prosecutors, or courts to implement the statutes. If criminals were not afraid of being caught and prosecuted, it would hardly deter them from committing crimes, and it would send a powerful message that, ...