Criminal Defense in Orange County

Blog Posts in August, 2012

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  • Cross-Examining the Arresting Officer in a DUI Trial
    Cross-Examining the Arresting Officer in a DUI Trial

    While all aspects of your defense are important, many DUI cases ultimately come down to the testimony of the defendant against the testimony of the arresting officer. Since the cross-examination of ...

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  • DUI: The 15-Minute Observation Period
    DUI: The 15-Minute Observation Period

    Whenever a law enforcement officer chooses to take shortcuts when administering breath tests , this can prove to be quite harmful for the prosecution's case at trial. California law requires that ...

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  • The
    The "Science" of Driving Behaviors

    Officers usually stop a motorist for possibly driving under the influence of alcohol based on some driving behavior such as weaving, speeding, or slowing down for no apparent reason. The jury may, in ...

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  • Outlining the First Steps to Fighting Your DUI Charges
    Outlining the First Steps to Fighting Your DUI Charges

    If you have recently been arrested on DUI charges in Orange County, don't panic! There are some things you can do right now to start fighting your charges. First, before you forget, try to write down ...

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  • Should I Testify at My DUI Trial?
    Should I Testify at My DUI Trial?

    Deciding Whether or Not to Testify If you have been charged with driving under the influence , one of the most important decisions you will make is whether or not to take the stand. This is a ...

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  • Winning Over Jurors During Closing Arguments
    Winning Over Jurors During Closing Arguments

    It is natural to assume that the last words jurors hear in a case will remain strong in their minds as they enter into deliberations. If either side does not provide a credible closing argument that ...

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