What You Should Know About Arrest Warrants

When Is the Right Time to Call a Criminal Defense Lawyer?

Can the Police Search My Home without a Warrant?

Possible Elder Abuse Defenses

Domestic Violence Accusations and Non-Citizens

California Bill Restricting Juvenile Solitary Confinement Set Aside

What does “House Arrest” mean in San Diego?

What is the California “Rape Shield” Law ?

Court Overturns Concealed-Carry Rule in San Diego County

Brandishing a Firearm in San Diego


In San Diego, a police officer does not need an arrest warrant to arrest you. He can arrest you with or without a warrant.

However, an officer may decide to get a warrant for the arrest […]

By |October 2nd, 2015|Categories: Criminal Law|0 Comments

The right time to call a criminal defense lawyer in San Diego is as soon as you have been arrested. Don’t wait until charges are formally filed against you to seek legal help. It is […]

By |September 30th, 2015|Categories: Criminal Law|0 Comments

A police officer can search your home, and he can do this either with or without a warrant. If the police officer does not have a warrant, there are certain conditions that must be satisfied […]

By |September 28th, 2015|Categories: Criminal Law|0 Comments

Elder abuse can include physical, financial, or other types of abuse. When prosecutors are trying to bring charges of elder abuse against you, they are required to prove that you were willfully or recklessly negligent […]

By |September 25th, 2015|Categories: Criminal Law|0 Comments

Non-US citizens who are facing charges of domestic violence need to get in touch with an attorney immediately. If you are not an American citizen, and are facing accusations of domestic violence, or are arrested […]

By |September 23rd, 2015|Categories: Criminal Law|Tags: |0 Comments

Senate Bill 124, a proposal that would have significantly reduced the ability of juvenile corrections facilities officers to use solitary confinement as a means of punishing juvenile offenders, has unfortunately failed.

The news received hardly any […]

By |September 22nd, 2015|Categories: Criminal Law|0 Comments

This week in San Diego, a Chula Vista man was charged in a Tijuana-based conspiracy to hack into a national mortgage company’s server and steal the identities of thousands of clients.  He was granted bond […]

By |March 7th, 2014|Categories: Criminal Law|0 Comments

Rape shield laws prohibit or limit the use of evidence of a victim’s past sexual history to undermine a victim’s credibility. These laws are intended to protect victims from invasions of privacy, and to encourage […]

By |February 17th, 2014|Categories: Criminal Law|0 Comments

Some of the nation’s strictest gun laws are written in the California Penal Code § 25400.  California has enacted and largely bans the open carrying of firearms in public.  It allows residents to carry a concealed weapon […]

By |February 15th, 2014|Categories: Criminal Law|0 Comments

Yesterday, Feb 11, 2014, a retired Navy petty officer was placed on probation for three years for brandishing a firearm in the presence of a San Diego peace officer. Esteban Nandin, 25 years old, was shot […]

By |February 12th, 2014|Categories: Criminal Law|0 Comments