The superior Court Professional Employees Association has threatened to mount a strike starting August 15, 2016. In fact, on August 1, 2016, 140 clerks called in to the court to say they would be late to work. The strikers are demanding better pay as they can’t keep up with the cost of living in Santa Clara county. Should the planned strike come to be, criminal defendants should expect delays in arraignments, bail hearings and other crucial tasks before the court. As such, our criminal defense attorneys are watching this unfortunate development and making adjustments to our schedule. More will be revealed.
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A DUI charge is a severe criminal offense in California. DUI arrests take away a massive part of your driving privilege and could tarnish your reputation. Prior DUI convictions can inflict further damage to your career opportunities, driving rights, and immigration status. This blog will go over what you must expect when facing DUI charges. [...]
DUI cases may stay on your criminal record forever. The United States sees DUI as a serious traffic crime punishable with grave penalties. Fighting your way through a DUI case is a challenging task. But, it doesn't mean you can't do anything about it. There are legal options available for you, depending on the nature [...]