Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s firm owner David J. Cohen, Esq. recently published an article in CACJ Flash!Nuggets about Cal. Penal Code § 1172.75 resentencing. The article discusses the possibility of a sentence reduction for those imposed with an enhancement pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 667.5 which has since been repealed, and the criteria outlined in Cal. Penal Code § 1172.75 for resentencing.
David J. Cohen, Esq. regularly publishes legal articles for CACJ Flash!Nuggets as a contributing author and long-time member. Flash!Nuggets is a weekly publication published by the CACJ (California Attorneys for Criminal Justice) which focuses on legal topics and information and is distributed to CACJ members who are peers in the legal community.
In addition to firm owner David J. Cohen’s contributions to Flash!Nuggets, he is co-author of James Publishing’s Ninth Circuit Criminal Law Reporter, a monthly publication that summarizes all Ninth Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court decisions published since 1983. Mr. Cohen is also a contributing author for the Daily Journal, and works with the State Bar of California as a developer for the Criminal Law Specialist Exam. Mr. Cohen also serves as a guest lecturer on various criminal law-related topics for the PINCUS Exam Prep Course.
If you or someone you know would like to learn what their options are for resentencing under Cal. Penal Code § 1172.75, the experienced and knowledgeable attorneys at Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC offers free initial consultations 24/7, and offer office locations in San Francisco and Dublin, and Redwood City, California to serve your needs. Financing options are also available to allow you to obtain the best defense possible for your matter, whatever your financial situation may be.
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