In November 2016, California passed a ballot initiative legalizing marijuana, now known as Prop 64 or The Adult Use of Marijuana Act. In January, communities across the state will begin opening the first non-medical marijuana stores. In my opinion, this marks a huge step forward in the fight against the failed war on drugs and…

Murder Conviction Overturned on Invalid DNA Evidence On October 6, 2017, the San Diego Superior Court overturned Florencio Dominguez’ (my client’s) murder conviction on a petition for Habeas Corpus. The success rate on getting a conviction overturned on habeas is less than one percent. This illustrates how significant this outcome is for my client and…

A felony arrest can be a life changing experience fraught with anxiety and fear. Most of those feelings are because you don’t know what is going to happen. What can I expect when I go to court?  What are my rights? How long will this take? Will I be able to get out of jail?…

Prop 47 provides significant relief to those with harsh criminal records WHAT IS PROP 47? In the midterm election this past year, the people of California passed Proposition 47, The Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act.  As a criminal defense attorney, I’ve been asked numerous times about Proposition 47 and what it is.  Proposition 47 made…

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