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23 May, 2019

In the United States of America, we have a particular legal system that allows us to remain innocent until proven guilty. It is so important to remember because often when we are accused, we start to feel guilty when we did nothing wrong. Think about it. Think about the last time you were wrongly accused. […]

Although stun guns – also known as Tasers – are far from harmless, many people in California tend to believe that there are no legal requirements for the possession of stun guns in the state. But is that true? “Not exactly,” says our weapons charge defense attorney Los Angeles at Okabe & Haushalter. “In fact, […]

If recent school shootings are any indication, guns should not be on or anywhere near schools and colleges in the United States. In California, it is illegal to possess or carry a firearm on or near public or private school grounds, including kindergartens, colleges, and universities. However, these strict laws often lead to false arrest […]

If you live in California, you probably know that California’s criminal justice system is designed in a way to keep first-time offenders out of jail. However, if countless weapon charges cases in recent years are any indication, even non-violent persons with first-time gun charges end up in jail. Here’s the thing: if you have been […]

16 Aug, 2018

When you carry a weapon in California and commit a crime you will find yourself in a lot of trouble. The weapons laws in the state are strict, especially when it comes to firearms. It’s important that you know the laws before going out in public with a weapon on your person. It’s also important […]

In recent weeks, one of the worst school shootings in U.S. history triggered a heated debate on gun control all across the nation. Owning a weapon has become much more troublesome now that tens of millions of Americans are up against the current laws regulating the possession of weapons. This means getting arrested on weapons […]