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  • What Happens If I Refuse a Breath or Blood Test?
    What Happens If I Refuse a Breath or Blood Test?

    Did you know that that there's a California law that says you have already given permission to have your breath or blood tested after a lawful DUI arrest? Under the state's "implied consent" law ( ...

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  • Paul Grech Named to The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100
    Paul Grech Named to The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100

    At the Law Offices of Grech & Packer, we are proud to announce that our firm's founder, Paul Grech was recently named to The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100. The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 is an ...

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  • Aggressive Defense Takes Death Penalty off the Table
    Aggressive Defense Takes Death Penalty off the Table

    Facing criminal charges can be a very frightening experience especially considering the fact that a conviction could lead to your incarceration. If you are arrested and charged with committing a ...

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  • Experience at Trial: The Critical Factor in a Criminal Defense
    Experience at Trial: The Critical Factor in a Criminal Defense

    There is no substitute for actual trial experience. Lawyers hone their trial skills over a period of time. There is more to defending a criminal accusation than legal knowledge. A successful defense ...

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  • Three Strikes Law: Options for Release
    Three Strikes Law: Options for Release

    In the recent November ballot, a change in the Three Strikes Law was passed by voters. Proposition 36 included several critical modifications to the original law, which had been approved by voters in ...

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  • Teen Dies After Stabbing in Hemet
    Teen Dies After Stabbing in Hemet

    A Hemet teenager has died from stab injuries that are reported to have been inflicted by three or four Latino men. The incident took place on January 15, 2013, at approximately 5 pm. There is little ...

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