Is HS 11351 a Felony?
The United States Attorney’s Office in San Diego reports that fentanyl related prosecutions are up 1,600% over the last five-years.
The Best Juvenile Defense – What to Look For
The adult criminal system is to punish. The juvenile system is to rehabilitate, not destroy. But, be careful, a juvenile case can be transferred to the adult court system.
How to Draft a Pitchess Motion – A Very Powerful Tool
Pitchess is a very powerful tool to obtain confidential files from police agencies such as Internal Affairs reports. Yet, many lawyers do not file them.
Murder in La Jolla – Fentanyl Laced OxyContin
Joshua Breslow graduated from La Jolla High School in 1987. La Jolla is a small affluent coastal town that is the birthplace of actor Gregory Peck, and home to the late Theodore Geisel, aka, Dr. Seuss, Rachel Welch . . .
What is the Penalty for Selling Drugs in California?
Prosecutors across the state of California are engaging in a controversial practice. They are charging individuals that sell drugs with murder when the buyer dies of a fentanyl overdose.
Liability of a Security Guard v. Police Officer
The jury awarded my client $600,000 to compensate him for his injuries. It then returned a verdict of $1,000,000 in punitive damages against Borg-Warner.
Matchmaker Liability Could Exceed Triple Damages Under California Law
California law prohibits dating services from making any “willful and fraudulent or misleading information or advertisements.” And it provides for three times your actual damages.
Qualified Immunity Shoots Down Taser Case
The Taser is a form of conducted electrical weapon (CEW) commonly called a stun gun. It is an electroshock weapon sold by Taser International.
Qualified Immunity and Knowingly Arresting the Wrong Person
The doctrine of Qualified Immunity shields peace officers from civil rights lawsuits if there was no prior case that informed the officer his or her conduct was unconstitutional. Here is what happened when the police knowingly arrested the wrong person.
Defending an Alleged Ponzi Scheme in Federal Court
Eight weeks of trial with the Hon. Napoleon A. Jones, Jr., against the United States Attorney’s Office and the Department of Justice White Collar Crime Trial Team from Washington D.C.