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    • Secret Sentences - The True Cost of a Drug Conviction

      When non-violent drug offenders are sentenced, they are typically ordered to time in jail, or ordered to pay a hefty fine. These individuals serve their time, pay their fines, and look forward to ...

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    • Is Your Criminal Defense Attorney Taking the Appropriate Actions?

      Once a client has retained your services to handle a criminal case, there are a number of common steps that most attorneys will take: 1. Inform their client to not speak to anyone except the attorney ...

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    • What Will My Employer Find About My Criminal Record?

      The statistics are staggering. Approximately one of every three adults has an arrest record. Although not every arrest leads to a prosecution or a conviction, the fact remains that there are a number ...

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    • Secret Sentences - The True Cost of a Drug Conviction

      When non-violent drug offenders are sentenced, they are typically ordered to time in jail, or ordered to pay a hefty fine. These individuals serve their time, pay their fines, and look forward to ...

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    • Brave New World - Law Enforcement and Advancing Technology

      In Livermore, police officers will soon be attired with video cameras and will be contemporaneously filming their stops and arrests. In San Jose, the police department uses a drone to search ...

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    • What is California's Proposition 47?

      On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Drug Charges on Friday, September 26, 2014. California's problems with prison overcrowding have been widely reported on and ...

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    • A DUI can lead to a huge jump in insurance costs in California

      On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Drunk Driving on Friday, July 25, 2014. DUIs are expensive, but drivers in some parts of the country pay a significant amount ...

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    • California man argues DUI machines unreliable, SCOTUS denies case

      On behalf of Dan Henner of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebsposted in Drunk Driving on Friday, July 18, 2014. A man out of California is in the news for his attempt to take a case to the highest court ...

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    • California DUI checkpoints - is the evidence admissible?

      On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebsposted in Drunk Driving on Wednesday, June 25, 2014. DUI Checkpoints are found throughout the state of California. The stops are desgined ...

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    • Welcome To Our Blog

      Welcome to our Criminal and Immigration law blog. Please stop by periodically for news and events.

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    • What is the difference between a simple and aggravated assault?

      On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Violent Crimes on Saturday, October 25, 2014. When facing criminal charges, it's important to understand what those charges are ...

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    • Exoneration shows flaws in criminal justice system

      On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Violent Crimes on Wednesday, July 30, 2014. A man is celebrating his exoneration after spending a dozen years in prison for a ...

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    • California cities increase DUI patrols for Memorial Day weekend

      On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Violent Crimes on Monday, May 26, 2014. Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start to summer, is often celebrated with ...

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    • Should police officers be required to wear body cameras?

      On behalf of Kenneth Krebs of Law Offices of Karlstrom & Krebs posted in Weapons Crimes on Friday, August 29, 2014. On Aug. 9, an unarmed black teenager named Michael Brown was shot and killed by a ...

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