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  We now live in a world where many victims of sexual assault are no longer afraid to accuse perpetrators and file charges against them. While this is a welcome development for those who were really sexually assaulted, it poses a problem for people who have been wrongfully accused of such a crime. As with […]

The Antifa movement has garnered a lot of attention as of late.  What is Antifa? Antifa in America have become an increasingly controversial topic of conversation over recent years as their prominence has grown. Antifa has a simple meaning: Anti-Fascist.  The name Antifa exploded in the media after the recent clashes with Neo-Nazi’s and White […]

The case of People v. Irvin, 43 Cal. App. 4th 1063 is apposite.  In that case the sentencing judge said even more to distinguish that time interval necessary to reflect and that was rejected as insufficient in Irvin.  The established case law mandates a reversal of the consecutive counts in this case: In this case […]

COUNT 3 MUST BE DISMISSED BECAUSE THE EVIDENCE SHOWS ONLY A MEXICAN MAFIA SOLICITATION UNDER PENAL CODE § 653f(d), NOT A CONSPIRACY. Penal Code § 653f(d) states, in relevant part: Every person who, with the intent that the crime be committed, solicits another to commit an offense specified in Section 11352, 11379, 11379.5, 11379.6, or 11391 of […]