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Common Defenses in California Murder and Attempted Murder Cases

Whether in California State or federal criminal courts, and cases are certainly the most serious crimes which are prosecuted by the government. Murder is a serious  that is prosecuted aggressively in Los Angeles County, California.   A second-degree murder conviction could result in 15 years to life in prison. Penalties...

Posted: February 25 2019 read more

Offering and Preparing False Evidence in California - Penal Code Sections 132 and 134

The crime of offering and preparing false evidence is covered under California Penal Code Sections 132 & 134, which fall under the broad category of serious crimes.   Both statutes are designed to punish people who purposely interfere with legal matters, including police investigations and authorized legal proceedings. Both are felony...

Posted: February 18 2019 read more

Child Pornography Defense and Sentencing Lawyers In California State and Federal Courts

At Eisner Gorin LLP, we have represented numerous defendants in California State and federal courts who are charged with  related offenses, including simple possession and distribution. Oftentimes, by the time the defendant is charged, the government has conducted a lengthy investigation involving electronic records and forensic computer analysis such that...

Posted: February 11 2019 read more

Strategic Approaches to Federal Sentencing – Staying Out of Federal Prison

At Eisner Gorin LLP, a significant portion of our criminal defense practice involves , rather than California State, investigations, plea negotiations, and trials.   While many aspects of federal criminal practice are similar to State practice – jury trials where the Government must prove the charges beyond a reasonable doubt, prefiling interventions...

Posted: February 08 2019 read more

Effective Defense of White Collar and Fraud Crimes in State and Federal Courts

The term “” typically refers to non-violent financial or regulatory crimes charged in California State or federal court. These crimes include embezzlement, bribery, corruption, and various types of fraud including insurance fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud, workers compensation fraud, and others.   There is a common misconception that these white collar crimes...

Posted: February 07 2019 read more

Fraudulent Conveyance Laws in California - Penal Code Section 154

The crime of “fraudulent conveyance” is covered under California Penal Code Section 154. In simple language, this law makes it unlawful give away or even sell your property to avoid a debt. This means if you can’t pay your debts and you attempt to unlawfully avoid paying through fraudulent conveyances...

Posted: February 04 2019 read more

Understanding Gun Rights at the Airport

The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees citizens the right to keep and bear arms. The Supreme Court has affirmed that this is a personal right rooted in the natural right of self-defense.   Nevertheless, State governments (as well as the federal government) have the right to enact reasonable time,...

Posted: January 21 2019 read more

Great Bodily Injury Enhancement in California - Penal Code Section 12022.7

A great bodily injury sentencing enhancement is covered under California Penal Code Section 12022.7. This means if you are convicted of a crime, you could face additional punishment if the Los Angeles County prosecutor alleges a sentencing enhancement for inflicting great bodily injury during the commission of a felony...

Posted: January 14 2019 read more

What Defines a Crime of “Moral Turpitude” Under California Law?

As Los Angeles criminal defense attorneys, we are often asked by clients and family members whether a certain offense is a crime of “,” or not.   This distinction can be critically important for clients considering whether to accept a plea deal or fight a case at trial, especially if the client...

Posted: January 07 2019 read more

California’s New No-Money Bail System – Senate Bill 10

In a sweeping reform, California will end the . Instead of making a defendant pay to secure a release before trail, their release from custody will depend on a court assessment of their risk to public safety. This would make California the first state to eliminate a money bail system...

Posted: December 31 2018 read more