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Alameda County Felony Firearms Matter Ends With a Great Deal!

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An Alameda County felony firearms matter ended with a great deal thanks to the hard work of Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC's associate attorney Clint C. Christoffersen!

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.

Congratulations to New 2023 CACJ Board of Governors Member, Firm Owner David J. Cohen!

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Congratulations to new 2023 CACJ Board of Governors Member, firm owner, and senior attorney David J. Cohen, Esq.!

Senior Attorney Jason T. Campbell and the California Habeas Handbook

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At Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC, the experienced attorneys understand appeals, writs, and habeas corpus petitions are sometimes necessary to challenge one’s sentence or conviction. Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC employs attorneys…

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!

New California Record-clearing Law

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A new California record-clearing law is set to take effect in July of next year (2023) making it one of the most expansive laws surrounding record-clearing in the United States.

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

| Criminal Defense, Criminal Law News, Oakland | No Comments
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, bail will be waived in California Courts temporarily for those arrested and charged with low-level offenses. 

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