Fresno Criminal Lawyer Blog


Category: Drug Crimes

mobile_photo
Proposition 64 passed and marijuana is now legal!! Or is it? There are exceptions built into the law that trigger criminal penalties for those that have prior convictions for certain offenses. In addition, while Proposition 64 decriminalizes many aspects of marijuana possession, marijuana sales, transportation for sale and cultivation over six plants is still a criminal act. This blog post discusses the new law and how possession of marijuana for sale, transportation of marijuana for sale and cultivation have been softened but remain illegal.

View Post


Category: DUI Defense

If your spouse has been charged with a DUI, there are things you can do to support them through the process. While you might not be thrilled with your loved one’s predicament, they might need your help now more than ever.

View Post


Category: White Collar Crime

While poverty, drugs, and gang affiliation influences most crime today, what makes someone turn to a life of white-collar crime?

View Post


Category: Criminal Cases

If you have been charged with a crime, using these Criminal Defense Tips may serve you well inside and outside of a courtroom. It can be tempting to take a favorable plea or sign something, to avoid far more legal jeopardy down the road. Don't plead to anything, sign anything, or make a detailed statement about the alleged crime without speaking to a lawyer.

View Post


Category: White Collar Crime

White collar crimes are typically associated with crimes involving financial issues. Medicaid and Medicare fraud, check kiting, embezzlement and outright scams are various types of financial crimes. Those who are being investigate usually find out early on in the investigation and that is when it is time to contact a white collar crime attorney.

View Post


Category: Criminal Cases

If you have been charged with a crime, the time between your arrest and your court date should be taken seriously. Aspects of your day-to-day life can be fair game for judges and prosecutors to review. Police and investigators will often review your posts or updates on social media.

View Post


Category: Domestic Violence

Domestic violence cases have the potential to irreparably damage a person's life. They are full of extremely sensitive, possibly inflammatory personal information that might be made public, even long before it has gone to trial.

View Post


Category: Criminal Defense

Under the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution, all people in the United States have a right against self-incrimination. Incrimination includes any speech or behavior that exposes a person to the risk of criminal prosecution.

View Post


Category: Criminal Defense

None of us want to brush up against the law, but the unfortunate truth is that most of us will, sooner or later. And when that happens, the most important thing you can do is keep your wits about you. The second most important thing you can do is follow these tips, which may be what keeps you out of serious trouble.

View Post


Category: White Collar Crime

White-collar crime generally involves deceit by those in the government or business professionals. People in California might like to know more about one type of white-collar crime called corporate fraud.

View Post

Get this feed