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  • 3 Tricks Prosecutors Use to Secure a DUI Conviction
    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
    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
    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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  • Dozens of Charges Dropped!
    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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  • US Supreme Court redefines testimonial evidence under the Sixth Amendment
    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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  • Civility in the Courtroom
    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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