• 3 Tricks Prosecutors Use to Secure a DUI Conviction

      Contrary to what many people think, it is often possible to get DUI charges dismissed or reduced, especially for a first time incident. For this reason, overzealous prosecutors often rely on an ...

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    • 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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    • Judge Dismisses Charges in San Bernardino Corruption Case

      In the largest corruption case in San Bernardino's history, Grech & Firetag successfully demurred to several counts and allegations in a major blow to the Prosecution's case. The Court agreed with the ...

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    • New Legislation May Bring New Court of Appeal

      A new bill in the California Legislature is making its way through various political channels that would create a new District Court of Appeal. If this bill passed, it would replace the current 4th ...

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    • Is a 'Tinder of Fighting' App Legal?

      Although it has since been revealed to be a hoax put on by an ad agency, the internet was abuzz recently about the “Tinder of fighting.” This (fake) app will let you “match up” with other people in ...

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    • Toddler's Death in Pit Bull Attack in Colton Leads to Arrests

      After a 2-year-old boy was mauled to death by pit bull mix dogs in Colton yesterday, the toddler's grandmother and uncle were arrested and booked for suspected assault resulting in the death of a ...

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    • Bill To Make Battery on a Cop a "Strike" Defeated in Committee

      Yesterday, a California Legislative committee voted down a proposal to make battery on a cop a "strike" offense in California. The bill was supported by Officer Ryan Bonaminio's father, the officer ...

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    • Is a 'Tinder of Fighting' App Legal?

      Although it has since been revealed to be a hoax put on by an ad agency, the internet was abuzz recently about the “Tinder of fighting.” This (fake) app will let you “match up” with other people in ...

      Read More
    • Bill To Make Battery on a Cop a "Strike" Defeated in Committee

      Yesterday, a California Legislative committee voted down a proposal to make battery on a cop a "strike" offense in California. The bill was supported by Officer Ryan Bonaminio's father, the officer ...

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    • Dozens of Charges Dropped!

      Grech & Firetag scored a major victory in a political corruption case in San Jacinto following the dismissal of dozens of charges! The District Attorney's office had alleged over a hundred counts of ...

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    • Bill To Make Battery on a Cop a "Strike" Defeated in Committee

      Yesterday, a California Legislative committee voted down a proposal to make battery on a cop a "strike" offense in California. The bill was supported by Officer Ryan Bonaminio's father, the officer ...

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    • US Supreme Court redefines testimonial evidence under the Sixth Amendment

      The Supreme Court recently published a confusing case that may affect how courts view the Confrontation Clause. Following the seminal cases of Crawford v. Washington and Davis v. Washington, the ...

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    • Judge Dismisses Charges in San Bernardino Corruption Case

      In the largest corruption case in San Bernardino's history, Grech & Firetag successfully demurred to several counts and allegations in a major blow to the Prosecution's case. The Court agreed with the ...

      Read More
    • New Legislation May Bring New Court of Appeal

      A new bill in the California Legislature is making its way through various political channels that would create a new District Court of Appeal. If this bill passed, it would replace the current 4th ...

      Read More
    • Judge Dismisses Charges in San Bernardino Corruption Case

      In the largest corruption case in San Bernardino's history, Grech & Firetag successfully demurred to several counts and allegations in a major blow to the Prosecution's case. The Court agreed with the ...

      Read More
    • Bill To Make Battery on a Cop a "Strike" Defeated in Committee

      Yesterday, a California Legislative committee voted down a proposal to make battery on a cop a "strike" offense in California. The bill was supported by Officer Ryan Bonaminio's father, the officer ...

      Read More
    • US Supreme Court redefines testimonial evidence under the Sixth Amendment

      The Supreme Court recently published a confusing case that may affect how courts view the Confrontation Clause. Following the seminal cases of Crawford v. Washington and Davis v. Washington, the ...

      Read More
    • The Legal Difference Between Murder and Homicide

      We hear the terms “murder” and “homicide” used interchangeably all time, whether it’s on the news, in a TV show, or even just in conversations with other people. While the two crimes are related (both ...

      Read More
    • 3 Tricks Prosecutors Use to Secure a DUI Conviction

      Contrary to what many people think, it is often possible to get DUI charges dismissed or reduced, especially for a first time incident. For this reason, overzealous prosecutors often rely on an ...

      Read More
    • Is a 'Tinder of Fighting' App Legal?

      Although it has since been revealed to be a hoax put on by an ad agency, the internet was abuzz recently about the “Tinder of fighting.” This (fake) app will let you “match up” with other people in ...

      Read More
    • Attorney Paul Grech Secures Acquittal in Child Battery Case

      The Law Offices of Grech & Packer is proud to announce another favorable case result on behalf of one of our clients. Due to the vigilant and dynamic courtroom work by Attorney Grech , our recent ...

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    • 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

      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 ...

      Read More
    • 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 ...

      Read More
    • Dozens of Charges Dropped!

      Grech & Firetag scored a major victory in a political corruption case in San Jacinto following the dismissal of dozens of charges! The District Attorney's office had alleged over a hundred counts of ...

      Read More
    • Bill To Make Battery on a Cop a "Strike" Defeated in Committee

      Yesterday, a California Legislative committee voted down a proposal to make battery on a cop a "strike" offense in California. The bill was supported by Officer Ryan Bonaminio's father, the officer ...

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  • DUI
    • Can I Drive After a DUI Conviction?

      One of the most dreaded penalties for a DUI conviction in California is having your driver’s license suspended or revoked. After all, without your driver’s license it becomes much more difficult to ...

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    • Stay Clear of a DUI Arrest This Memorial Day Weekend

      Memorial Day weekend is right around the corner, and that means barbecues and pool parties with family and friends to officially kick off the summer once and for all. The holiday weekend also brings ...

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    • 3 Tricks Prosecutors Use to Secure a DUI Conviction

      Contrary to what many people think, it is often possible to get DUI charges dismissed or reduced, especially for a first time incident. For this reason, overzealous prosecutors often rely on an ...

      Read More
    • 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 ...

      Read More
    • US Supreme Court redefines testimonial evidence under the Sixth Amendment

      The Supreme Court recently published a confusing case that may affect how courts view the Confrontation Clause. Following the seminal cases of Crawford v. Washington and Davis v. Washington, the ...

      Read More
    • Attorney Paul Grech Secures Acquittal in Child Battery Case

      The Law Offices of Grech & Packer is proud to announce another favorable case result on behalf of one of our clients. Due to the vigilant and dynamic courtroom work by Attorney Grech , our recent ...

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    • The Law Offices of Grech & Packer Welcomes New Attorney

      We are proud to welcome Attorney Trenton C. Packer to our law firm, the Law Offices of Grech & Packer. We know that our clients will greatly benefit from the high-quality legal representation offered ...

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    • 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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    • Civility in the Courtroom

      This article by the Press-Enterprise gives an interesting perspective about how lawyers and attorneys can best serve their clients by using a more civil approach. Contrary to popular belief, the best ...

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    • Pacheco Must Go

      This was the article that I wrote condemning the Pacheco administration and why a change was needed. This was one of my proudest moments as a criminal defense attorney. By PAUL GRECH JR. and STEVEN L. ...

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    • The Legal Difference Between Murder and Homicide

      We hear the terms “murder” and “homicide” used interchangeably all time, whether it’s on the news, in a TV show, or even just in conversations with other people. While the two crimes are related (both ...

      Read More
    • Homicides and Property Crime Up in San Bernardino in 2012

      FBI crime statistics released in mid-September showed that the number of homicides and property crimes in the city of San Bernardino had significant year-over-year increases in the year of 2012, the ...

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    • 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 ...

      Read More
    • Bill To Make Battery on a Cop a "Strike" Defeated in Committee

      Yesterday, a California Legislative committee voted down a proposal to make battery on a cop a "strike" offense in California. The bill was supported by Officer Ryan Bonaminio's father, the officer ...

      Read More
    • US Supreme Court redefines testimonial evidence under the Sixth Amendment

      The Supreme Court recently published a confusing case that may affect how courts view the Confrontation Clause. Following the seminal cases of Crawford v. Washington and Davis v. Washington, the ...

      Read More
    • Tougher Sex Offender Laws in Orange County

      Orange County has recently approved a law that will restrict the movement of registered sex offenders, effectively barring them from entering beaches, parks and harbor areas. Under the new law, any ...

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    • Bill To Make Battery on a Cop a "Strike" Defeated in Committee

      Yesterday, a California Legislative committee voted down a proposal to make battery on a cop a "strike" offense in California. The bill was supported by Officer Ryan Bonaminio's father, the officer ...

      Read More
    • US Supreme Court redefines testimonial evidence under the Sixth Amendment

      The Supreme Court recently published a confusing case that may affect how courts view the Confrontation Clause. Following the seminal cases of Crawford v. Washington and Davis v. Washington, the ...

      Read More
    • New Legislation May Bring New Court of Appeal

      A new bill in the California Legislature is making its way through various political channels that would create a new District Court of Appeal. If this bill passed, it would replace the current 4th ...

      Read More
    • The Legal Difference Between Murder and Homicide

      We hear the terms “murder” and “homicide” used interchangeably all time, whether it’s on the news, in a TV show, or even just in conversations with other people. While the two crimes are related (both ...

      Read More
    • 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 ...

      Read More
    • Bill To Make Battery on a Cop a "Strike" Defeated in Committee

      Yesterday, a California Legislative committee voted down a proposal to make battery on a cop a "strike" offense in California. The bill was supported by Officer Ryan Bonaminio's father, the officer ...

      Read More
    • Homicides and Property Crime Up in San Bernardino in 2012

      FBI crime statistics released in mid-September showed that the number of homicides and property crimes in the city of San Bernardino had significant year-over-year increases in the year of 2012, the ...

      Read More
    • Tougher Sex Offender Laws in Orange County

      Orange County has recently approved a law that will restrict the movement of registered sex offenders, effectively barring them from entering beaches, parks and harbor areas. Under the new law, any ...

      Read More
    • Bill To Make Battery on a Cop a "Strike" Defeated in Committee

      Yesterday, a California Legislative committee voted down a proposal to make battery on a cop a "strike" offense in California. The bill was supported by Officer Ryan Bonaminio's father, the officer ...

      Read More
    • Tougher Sex Offender Laws in Orange County

      Orange County has recently approved a law that will restrict the movement of registered sex offenders, effectively barring them from entering beaches, parks and harbor areas. Under the new law, any ...

      Read More
    • Civility in the Courtroom

      This article by the Press-Enterprise gives an interesting perspective about how lawyers and attorneys can best serve their clients by using a more civil approach. Contrary to popular belief, the best ...

      Read More
    • Riverside Experiencing Little Benefits from Prop 47

      In 2014, California voters passed Proposition 47 or, as it was known on the ballot, "The Safe Neighborhoods & Schools Act." The new law reduces sentences for non-violent crimes across the state and, ...

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    • 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 ...

      Read More
    • Bill To Make Battery on a Cop a "Strike" Defeated in Committee

      Yesterday, a California Legislative committee voted down a proposal to make battery on a cop a "strike" offense in California. The bill was supported by Officer Ryan Bonaminio's father, the officer ...

      Read More
    • Tougher Sex Offender Laws in Orange County

      Orange County has recently approved a law that will restrict the movement of registered sex offenders, effectively barring them from entering beaches, parks and harbor areas. Under the new law, any ...

      Read More
    • Tougher Sex Offender Laws in Orange County

      Orange County has recently approved a law that will restrict the movement of registered sex offenders, effectively barring them from entering beaches, parks and harbor areas. Under the new law, any ...

      Read More
    • 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 ...

      Read More
    • Bill To Make Battery on a Cop a "Strike" Defeated in Committee

      Yesterday, a California Legislative committee voted down a proposal to make battery on a cop a "strike" offense in California. The bill was supported by Officer Ryan Bonaminio's father, the officer ...

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    • Serial Murderer Gets Two More Life Sentences

      After pleading guilty to the murder of Anthony Martinez, a judge today sentenced serial murderer Joseph Edward Duncan III to his tenth life sentence.Duncan has already been sentenced to die to three ...

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    • 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 ...

      Read More
    • Attorney Paul Grech Secures Acquittal in Child Battery Case

      The Law Offices of Grech & Packer is proud to announce another favorable case result on behalf of one of our clients. Due to the vigilant and dynamic courtroom work by Attorney Grech , our recent ...

      Read More
    • Bill To Make Battery on a Cop a "Strike" Defeated in Committee

      Yesterday, a California Legislative committee voted down a proposal to make battery on a cop a "strike" offense in California. The bill was supported by Officer Ryan Bonaminio's father, the officer ...

      Read More
    • Overview of White Collar Crimes: Embezzlement, Perjury, Fraud & Public Corruption

      White collar crimes usually use some sort of deception to commit thievery without actually interacting directly with the victim, as a suspect would in most theft crimes . The category of crime gets ...

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    • Judge Dismisses Charges in San Bernardino Corruption Case

      In the largest corruption case in San Bernardino's history, Grech & Firetag successfully demurred to several counts and allegations in a major blow to the Prosecution's case. The Court agreed with the ...

      Read More
    • Dozens of Charges Dropped!

      Grech & Firetag scored a major victory in a political corruption case in San Jacinto following the dismissal of dozens of charges! The District Attorney's office had alleged over a hundred counts of ...

      Read More