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How Could a Felony Conviction Affect My Life?

How could police test for a marjuana dui?

A majority of states in the US separate crimes into two categories, felonies and misdemeanors. Felonies are more serious crimes than misdemeanors. These are offenses that may include assault, fraud, rape, murder or burglary. In addition to possible prison time and parole upon release, there are collateral consequences to consider after being charged with a felony. These are consequences that continue after your official punishment has ended. A felony conviction could affect your life in… Read More


Types of Manslaughter in California

Manslaughter is a criminal charge that falls under the general term of homicide, but under California law, is further defined as the unlawful killing of a person without malice. A person could potentially face charges against three types of manslaughter: voluntary, involuntary, and vehicular manslaughter. Each type differs from the others, but if charged with any one type, an individual could face years in prison and huge fines. Voluntary Manslaughter If you kill someone in… Read More


How Can California Police Test for a Marijuana DUI?

It can be difficult for law enforcement officers to determine whether motorists are under the influence of marijuana. There may be no smell or signs of impairment. Marijuana also complicates DUI laws in California in other ways. Law enforcement officers may use several tools to determine whether a driver is under the influence of marijuana. Field sobriety tests: Officers may ask you to perform one of several field sobriety tests if they suspect you are… Read More


San Jose police officer held as suspected informant of Vietnamese gang

Authorities announced on Wednesday, August 24, that a San Jose police officer was arrested on the suspicion that he is serving as an informant to Vietnamese hoodlums involved in gambling, drugs, and extortion. The officer, identified as Derrick Antonio, was held as a suspect for five felony counts of unauthorized computer access and one count of being an accessory after the fact. He has worked in the department for over nine years and reportedly helped a gang… Read More


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