Jun
15

AB 333: Redefining California Gang Enhancement with Changes in Definitions and Prosecution Process

AB 333 makes changes to current law that will reduce gang enhancements, and can possibly reduce the sentences of current inmates with gang enhancements. Amending Section 186.22 and adding Section 1109 to the Penal Code relating to criminal gangs, AB 333 makes several important changes to the law. Read more...
Categories: Criminal Defense
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May
16

New Misdemeanor Diversion Law Doesn't Apply to California DUI's

New misdemeanor diversion law doesn't apply to California DUI's, it is found after confusion. Prosecutors argued instead that an existing state Vehicle Code provision forbids diversion for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Regardless if it’s a DUI or any charge, if you have been charged with a misdemeanor and think you may be eligible for Diversion, please contact us at once for a free consultation.
Categories: Criminal Defense, Criminal Cases
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Apr
12

Probation Violations - AB 1228 Helps Widen Post-Release Freedoms with Own Recognizance Release

Many newly released prisoners stay out of prison only at the whim of judges and probation officers. Individuals can lose their freedom on a technicality. However, AB 1228, a newly-enacted law, makes it harder to revoke their freedoms and take them back to prison.
Categories: Criminal Defense
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Mar
15

3 New Mitigating Factors in Plea Bargaining for Survivors of Violence

Have you been charged or convicted with a crime, but are a survivor of violence? You may be eligible for a plea bargain or resentencing, that considers your status as a victim of violence. This violence can be psychological, physical, or childhood trauma, including, but not limited to, abuse, neglect, exploitation, or sexual violence.
Categories: Criminal Defense
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Feb
14

Have You Been Subjected to Misconduct from a Police Officer or Police Gang?

Being subjected to misconduct from a Police Officer or Police Gang? Bill AB 958 states that it will define law enforcement gangs and officers, require law enforcement agencies to have a policy prohibiting law enforcement gangs, and make participation grounds for termination. Read more to find out how we can help if you have been subjected to misconduct.
Categories: Criminal Defense
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Jan
10

Arson Charges Are Particularly Serious in California

Accused Of Arson? Arson charges are dependent on the accused perpetrator's intent. Did you mean to start a fire, or was it an accident? Did you intend to burn down a garage or an entire neighborhood? Did you intend to hurt anyone?
Categories: Criminal Defense
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Dec
17

What to Do When You're Arrested for a DUI

An arrest for a DUI is a frightening and confusing experience, and most people lack knowledge about how to handle the situation. Everything you do and say matters, so it's essential to know your rights and be cognizant of your behavior and statements to the authorities. Read more for things you should be aware of.
Categories: DUI Defense
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Nov
18

Is a Warrant Always Needed for an Arrest?

There may be times when you're not sure whether the police have arrested you in a lawful way. Don't the police always need a warrant to make an arrest? Can they arrest you without one? You may not be sure about the answer, and it might help you to know whether the police followed due process while arresting you.
Categories: Criminal Defense
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Oct
15

How a DUI Lawyer Can Help with California’s Tough Penalties for a DUI

In the State of California, the penalties for a DUI conviction are tough. If you are caught driving with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or above or driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or both, to the point that your driving is significantly affected, you can be convicted of a DUI charge. How can a DUI lawyer help with California’s tough penalties for a DUI?
Categories: DUI Defense, DUI
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Sep
16

When Do You Need to Hire a Fresno DUI Attorney?

It is illegal to drive under the influence, which means that all Fresno DUI charges go to criminal court. While individuals have the right to represent themselves in court, most defendants in these cases will either have a court-appointed public defender or hire a private attorney to represent them.
Categories: DUI Defense
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Michael E. Mitchell, at the Mitchell Law Group, Inc., is one of the top DUI defense attorneys in Fresno, California. He has over a decade of experience handling DUI cases throughout the Central Valley, including in Clovis, Madera, Tulare, Visalia. He is a certified field sobriety instructor and practitioner under the standards of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and is a member of the California DUI Lawyers Association. His advice and knowledge is, routinely, sought after by other attorneys practicing in the area of DUI defense. He is an expert in the area of DUI defense in both Federal, State, and on the Appellate level. If your looking for the best DUI Lawyer in Fresno to handle your case, give us a call today to see how we can put our knowledge to work for you.