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Client Charged With Arson in Santa Cruz County Given Diversion!

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Attorney Alexander P. Guilmartin recently received a fantastic result out of Santa Cruz County for a client who was charged with a misdemeanor for arson. 

Client Charged with 3 Strikes Walks Away With No Strikes and No Custody Time in Contra Costa County

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Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC attorney Clint C. Christoffersen obtained a favorable result out of Contra Costa County for client charged with 3 Strikes by negotiating a plea deal containing…

San Joaquin County Felony Strike Charges Dismissed!

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Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC attorney Clint C. Christoffersen was able to have felony strike charges dismissed out of San Joaquin County where client originally was charged in three separate…

Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC Solo and Small Firm Summit Presentation on Societal Rage, Political Polarization and Fair Jurors Available for Purchase

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Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC is happy to announce the Solo and Small Firm Summit presentation of Societal Rage, Political Polarization and Fair Jurors given by firm owner David J.…

Summer Clerk Interviews

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Summer law clerk interviews for the upcoming year are underway as Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC begins second-round interviews with the talented and hard-working students from our local law schools.

Welcome Brenly L. Pereira!

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Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC is pleased to welcome our newest team member Brenly L. Pereira as our Post-Bar Law Clerk!

2021: New Year, New Laws

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Now that it's 2021, it is a new year with new laws you should know about that went into effect in California as of January 1, 2021. Bay Area Criminal…

Supreme Court Bans Non-Unanimous Jury Verdicts in Criminal Cases

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The Supreme Court banned non-unanimous jury verdicts for criminal cases in a recent Supreme Court decision. California already requires unanimous jury verdicts in criminal cases, so the decision applies to the…

Bail Waived In California Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, bail will be waived in California Courts temporarily for those arrested and charged with low-level offenses. Call Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC for a free…

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