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Are you or a loved one a victim of MeToo?
Are you or a loved one a victim of MeToo?

GOOD INTENTIONS. NIGHTMARISH OUTCOMES? Prosecutions based on false and/or exaggerated sex crime accusations are the hottest fashion in the criminal courts, as men (and even some women) — rich and poor; famous and unknown; of various ethnic, religious and class backgrounds — ...

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  • Are you or a loved one a victim of MeToo?

    GOOD INTENTIONS. NIGHTMARISH OUTCOMES? Prosecutions based on false and/or exaggerated sex crime accusations are the hottest fashion in the criminal courts, as men (and even some women) — rich and ...

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  • Crime of the Century? Or Just a Business Gone Bust? The Spectacular Decline and Fall of a Silicon Valley "Unicorn"

    Americans (and probably people the world over) can’t get enough of the breathtaking saga of Theranos. Millions of people are devouring documentaries, podcasts, books and articles on what could be one ...

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  • What (And What Not) to Do If You've Just Been Arrested for DUI

    There are a few important steps you need to take if you’ve just been arrested for a DUI in California. Fortunately, the award-winning DUI defense attorney Joe Coimbra of the Coimbra Law Firm, APC is ...

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  • California Ends Money Bail

    At the end August, Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that will eliminate cash bail in the state of California. The new change will go into effect in October 2019. The new bill goes further than any ...

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  • Arrested? Make Sure You Have the Right Attorney On Your Side!

    Being arrested can be an intimidating and confusing experience, and you may not know what to do. However, whether you’re facing charges of theft, assault, DUI, or any other illegal act, there’s one ...

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  • How to Avoid Mandatory Detention if You’re an Immigrant With Criminal History

    Under INA § 236(c), 8 USC § 1226(c), noncitizens who have certain criminal records are subject to mandatory immigration detention. Immigrants with criminal records do not have the right to a bond ...

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