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Eisner Gorin LLP Secures Dismissal of Violation of Restraining Order Cases

Our Los Angeles criminal defense law firm secured case dismissals of multiple cases against same client in the LAX Airport Courthouse. Client was charged with two separate violations of a civil harassment restraining order, a misdemeanor under California law. Specifically, client was alleged to have harassed his former therapist with whom...

Posted: July 22 2019 read more

Common Defenses in California Criminal Cases

In order to convict someone charged with a crime in California, the prosecutor must prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Every defendant will have an opportunity to present a defense, normally with assistance from their criminal defense lawyer.   Experienced criminal attorneys will typically attempt to find weaknesses in the prosecutor’s case...

Posted: July 12 2019 read more

Sentencing Hearings in California Criminal Courts

After you have been convicted of a crime in the state of California, the next step is for the court to sentence you. The sentencing could occur immediately after your conviction or it could be set for later date.   Under California criminal law, this hearing gives the prosecutor and your defense...

Posted: June 28 2019 read more

Wobbler Crimes in California

There are certain criminal offenses that a prosecutor can file as either a felony or misdemeanor crime. These offenses are commonly known as a “wobbler.” When a prosecutor is making their decision on how to file a case, they typically consider major factors such as the specific facts of the...

Posted: June 14 2019 read more

Factual Innocence Motion in California - Penal Code Section 851.8

In California, there are cases where someone was arrested for a crime they did not commit. In other words, they were in fact innocent of any unlawful conduct and falsely accused of committing a criminal offense. This situation is more common than one may believe.   In some cases, people are falsely accused...

Posted: May 31 2019 read more

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