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Warrants Recalled in Alameda County and Contra Costa County

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Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC's associate attorney Clint C. Christoffersen, Esq. successfully had warrants recalled out of Alameda County and Contra Costa County.

Restraining Order Dismissed Involving Potential Medical Licensing Issues!

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Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC's Senior attorney, of counsel, Cherie R. Wallace was able to get a restraining order dismissed involving potential medical licensing issues in San Francisco County.

Felony Reduced to Misdemeanor in San Mateo County With History of Probation Violations!

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Attorney Clint C. Christofferson was able to get a client's felony reduced to a misdemeanor in San Mateo County by way of California Penal Code Section 17(b) for a client…

Post-Bar Law Clerk Kate O. Bredenberg Passes the Bar!

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Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC congratulates Post-Bar law clerk Kate O. Bredenberg on passing the California bar exam!

Firm Owner David J. Cohen, Esq. Publishes Article in CACJ Flash!Nuggets About Cal. Penal Code § 1172.75 Resentencing

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Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC's firm owner David J. Cohen, Esq. publishes a new article in CACJ Flash!Nuggets about Cal. Penal Code § 1172.75 resentencing.

Firm Owner David J. Cohen Nominated for 2023 CACJ Board of Governors!

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Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC's firm owner David J. Cohen, Esq. has been nominated for the 2023 CACJ Board of Governors!

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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