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Drugged Driver Arrested After Causing a Four-vehicle Accident

Drugged Driver Arrested After Causing a Four-vehicle Accident

January 20, 2020

One person was severely injured, and another was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. Police suspected the driver was drugged after he caused a four-vehicle crash in the Clairemont neighborhood of San Diego. The accident happened at 12:54 p.m. on Monday on Balboa Avenue and Charger Boulevard. A fifty-nine-year-old man was driving a…

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What is the Difference Between Probation and Parole in San Diego?

January 14, 2020

While the goal of the criminal justice system is to punish, it’s also important that we try to rehabilitate as many criminals as possible. Some offenders are considered so dangerous that prison is the really place they can be trusted. For other people, however, prison may not be the best place for them to learn…

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Warrants in San Diego

What are the Different Kinds of Warrants in San Diego?

January 2, 2020

As long as you have a valid license and insurance, you shouldn’t be all that afraid of being pulled over. The worst that can usually happen is you get a ticket and have to pay a fine. Of course, if you’re caught driving drunk, the consequences will be much worse. But most people get pulled…

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La Jolla Restaurant Owner Convicted on 20 Counts

December 29, 2019

The restaurant owner from La Jolla was convicted of twenty felony counts related to sexually assaulting intoxicated or unconscious women for nine years. The jurors could not attain consensus on several other counts; they will continue deliberating after the holidays. Sixty-one-year-old Daniel Dorado, who owns the Italian restaurant Voce del Mare on La Jolla Boulevard…

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The New Bail System in California is in Effect

December 24, 2019

California is proud of the fact that they were the first state to officially get rid of the cash bail system. Effective October of this year, cash bail no longer exists in San Diego. With the new bail system in California, if you’re arrested only one of two things can happen. Either you’ll be out…

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Man Who Stabbed Two People on Thanksgiving Day, Now Faces Murder Charges

December 20, 2019

Forrest Robert Brantley of Ventura County is accused of stabbing and killing fifty-five-year-old Robert Erbe. He stabbed Erbe in the neck on November 28th, outside a market in the 3100 blocks of Sports Arena Boulevard, Sand Diego Police informed. Brantley faces charges for stabbing another man in the back and arm on Sports Arena Boulevard,…

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Does a Murder or Attempted Murder Charge Automatically Mean Prison?

Does a Charge for Murder or Attempted Murder Automatically Mean You’re Going to Prison?

December 14, 2019

A lot of people think that a murder or attempted murder charge means they’re going to jail for the rest of their lives. And, there is a chance that this may be what happens. However, you can’t just assume that the State is going to be able to convict you. When you first get arrested,…

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Trial Begins for La Jolla Restaurant Owner Accused of Sex Crimes

December 8, 2019

A trial for a La Jolla restaurant owner who is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting eight women has begun. The assaults were mainly done in his restaurant and other places over a nine-year period. His defense attorney argued there was no evidence for sexual assaults, date rape, or rape drugs forced upon the alleged…

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Gang Crimes on the Rise Again in San Diego | Criminal Defense Lawyers

Gang Crimes on the Rise Again in San Diego

December 2, 2019

Last year, the San Diego police department was applauded for the way they changed the tide when it came to gang crimes. For the first time in a decade, the number of gang crimes and violent crimes was on the decline. However, for some reason this year, these numbers jumped in the other direction. Gang…

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Men Responsible for Guarding Jeffrey Epstein Expected to Face Charges

Two Men Responsible for Guarding Jeffrey Epstein Expected to Face Charges for False Records

November 29, 2019

Multiple reports show that criminal charges are expected for the two correctional men responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein when he died from suicide back in August. According to the San Diego Union Tribune, the charges are related to the falsification of prison records. The report confirms that this set of criminal charge would be the…

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