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What are Pretrial Services? For certain crimes, usually for felonies or more serious misdemeanors, the court will order you to be put on pretrial services, which is basically parole before trial. This is the court’s way of keeping you-
At least once every week someone calls my office thinking that domestic violence means they physically assaulted someone they had sex with. I can’t even count the number of times we hear that “I never hit her/him so they have-
We get calls every week from people who entered into a deferred judgment and sentence and candidly they do not know what that means or how it works. A deferred judgment and sentence does not count as a conviction under-
All domestic partnerships have their ups and downs. Verbal debate and banter or the occasional heated argument and yelling may be in the realm of normal in some relationships. Other couples and relationships may be naturally more physical in how-
What is a Bill of Particulars? In many cases, a favorite prosecution tactic is to file a complaint containing numerous counts where each count contains identical language. This is especially true is sex offense cases. In a recent case,-