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Defending Physicians Accused of Medical Insurance Fraud in California

We have represented numerous physicians, including general practitioners, dentists, chiropractors, and others, who are charged with medical insurance fraud.   Insurance companies don’t pay physicians as much for their services as they were paid several years ago. Since insurance companies have reduced the amount paid to doctors, there has been a substantial...

Posted: May 20 2019 read more

Purposes of a Preliminary Hearing in California State Felony Cases

A preliminary hearing, or “prelim,” is one of the critical stages in a felony prosecution under California State law.   In any felony case, a criminal defendant has a constitutional right to a preliminary hearing. It should be noted that a preliminary hearing is not available in misdemeanor prosecutions or in federal...

Posted: May 17 2019 read more

Speedy Trail and Serra Motions in California Criminal Cases

Anyone charged with a criminal offense in Los Angeles County has a constitution right to a speedy trial that is guaranteed under federal law and by California’s fast and speedy trial law. The primary purpose of ensuring your right to have a speedy trial is that you might be prejudiced...

Posted: May 03 2019 read more

Getting California Criminal Charges Dismissed with no Conviction - Deferred Entry of Judgement

One way to resolve a criminal case in California State courts is through a diversion program, sometimes known as a conditional plea or deferred entry of judgment. In general, a diversionary outcome is one in which the defendant is presented with a carrot and a stick.   If certain requirements are fulfilled...

Posted: April 19 2019 read more

Pretrial Motion Practice in California State and Federal Criminal Cases

In both federal and California State criminal cases, pretrial motion practice is a critical component of an effective defense. Which, if any, motions are appropriate to bring before the court will depend on the particular facts, circumstances, and allegations of the individual case. However, certain categories of motions are frequently...

Posted: April 12 2019 read more

Changes in Federal Sentencing Under the First Step Act

Recently, as a part of the federal government’s larger focus on criminal justice reform and to end mass incarceration, Congress passed the First Step Act, which introduced significant changes to a number of areas of federal criminal law. For many years, Congress had attempted to pass criminal justice reform legislation,...

Posted: April 08 2019 read more

Brandishing a Weapon or Firearm – California Penal Code Section 417

Have you been charged with brandishing a weapon or firearm in Los Angeles? A conviction could result in life-altering consequences. You should consult with our experienced criminal defense lawyers at Eisner Gorin LLP as soon as possible. We have over six decades of combined experiences and will aggressively fight for...

Posted: April 05 2019 read more

Should I Take the Plea Bargain in My California Criminal Case?

At our criminal defense firm, one of the most common questions we get from clients, potential clients, and family members of clients, is whether or not to accept a plea deal that the prosecutor has offered. The answer, as is often the case with legal issues, is that it depends.   A ...

Posted: April 01 2019 read more

Arraignment Process in California Criminal Courts

In a criminal case, the first court appearance by the defendant in a California is almost always an arraignment. Several important steps will be taken at the arraignment of which the defendant should be aware. Basically, it’s the first stage of court proceedings and the defendant’s first appearance in front...

Posted: March 29 2019 read more

First Amendment Free Speech Issues in Criminal Cases

In both federal and California State courts, issues related to protected free speech under the are occasionally presented. In this country, most people know the First Amendment provides for freedom of speech. Specifically, it states that “Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech.”   The United States...

Posted: March 23 2019 read more