700,000 People Wrongfully Arrested for Domestic Violence Each Year, Report Says
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700,000 People Wrongfully Arrested for Domestic Violence Each Year, Report Says

Being falsely accused of domestic violence can be devastating for defendants. But unfortunately, it is all too common. A report from the organization Stop Abusive and Violent Environments notes that more than 700,000 people in the United States are falsely accused of and arrested for domestic violence each year. What’s …

When You Didn’t Do It: Fighting False Sex Assault Charges

A false allegation of sexual assault can destroy your life. With the recent advent of the “Me Too” movement, more and more women are coming forth with allegations of unwanted touching, sexual assault and rape. Unfortunately, many of these allegations may shake out to be true, but many others may …

Domestic Violence Conviction: Possible Outcomes

If you are facing a charge of domestic violence, chances are you’re frustrated and maybe even a bit frightened by the potential outcome of your pending case. And that’s understandable since the state of California takes accusations of domestic violence very seriously. Unfortunately, many innocent people are accused of domestic …

Is a DUI a Felony in California?

In California, a DUI can be a felony charge, but that’s not always the case. Most DUIs, including first, second and even third-time offenses of DUI, are classified as misdemeanor offenses under California Vehicle Code Section 23153 (a) and (b). However, there are some circumstances that cause enhancement of a …

What Happens If I Refuse a Breathalyzer Test in California?

California has an implied consent law that makes drivers subject to be breathalyzed if they are stopped by a law enforcement officer for a valid reason. As our Los Angeles DUI defense attorney will tell you, if you refuse to take a breathalyzer test you will be fined, lose your …

Murder Conviction Reinstated in “The Case Against Adnan Syed”

If you have been following the HBO documentary “The Case Against Adnan Syed,” then you may be still reeling about the shocking finale, which played out last week. During the finale, it was revealed that Syed was offered a resentencing deal, which he refused to take. He has been behind …

How Reliable is Eyewitness Testimony?

Eyewitness misidentification is one of the main causes of wrongful convictions in the United States, according to the California Innocence Project. Even so, eyewitness identification is still considered one of the most powerful types of evidence that can be used against a criminal defendant in a court of law. This …

DNA Evidence Reveals Identity of Golden State Killer After Nearly a Century: But Did He Do It?

The Golden State Killer left havoc behind wherever he went in the 1970s and 80s in California. Last year, police said they had their guy, nearly 50 years after his first known crime, bringing closure to a string of cold cases including hundreds of home invasions, dozens of rapes, and …

Innocent Man Freed After 36 Years in Prison

Back in 1983, Archie Williams was convicted in a Louisiana court for a brutal attack of a housewife in Baton Rouge. Now the courts say they got the wrong man, and Williams has been freed after spending 36 years behind bars for a crime he did not commit. On the …

Some Inmates May Be Released Under California’s Felony Murder Rule Change

As many as 800 inmates serving time in California’s prisons and penitentiaries may soon have their sentences revisited—and possibly undergo sentence reductions. When SB 1437 passed last fall, it brought significant modifications to the rule and allows for retroactive sentencing for those inmates affected by the change. The new rules …