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Disability applicants pursuing their cases with a professional lawyer obviously stand a better chance of getting their cases approved. There are wide array of benefits and advantages of hiring a professional lawyer in the field of disability benefits.…
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Anyone of us can face irreparable damage in life, whether from an accident or a particular type of sickness. But when we get terribly affected by damage the most damaging outcome is the bleak future in continuing with the job or regular employment. If you…
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Goldstein Law Group - Theft Crimes Attorney in Los Angeles

Theft crimes refer to criminal activity in which a person takes, uses, or steals another person’s property without permission. There are many different crimes that fit this definition, such as Shoplifting, Robbery, Burglary, Larceny, Forgery, Embezzlement, Auto theft/carjacking, Receiving stolen property.

Although a large majority of theft cases involve these types of crimes, more and more theft crimes involve the unlawful taking of another person’s identity, as is the case in credit card theft, identity theft, and various fraud crimes. 

If you have committed a theft crime, you can expect to face rigorous criminal prosecution. Prosecutors feel very strongly about holding people who commit theft crimes accountable for their actions, and will do whatever is necessary to ensure you are found guilty of the charges. If convicted, you could be sentenced to time in jail or prison, mandatory counseling, probation or parole, large fines, restitution to the victim, and more. 

At Goldstein Law Group, we have been defending people in the Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley for many years. We have more than enough experience and skill to properly defend people against even the most serious theft crimes charges. 

http://www.goldsteinlawgroup.com
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Hedding Law Firm - Top-Rated Los Angeles DUI Attorneys

The National Advocacy for DUI Defense, LLC (NAFDD), 2013 - Ronald D. Hedding was recognized by The National Adovcacy for DUI Defense as one of the top 100 Driving Under The Influence Attorneys in the state of California.

Sometimes you may have had too much to drink without even realizing it. You insert the keys into your ignition, start your vehicle and drive off, only to find yourself later being pulled over by law enforcement. You may then be asked by the officer to perform a number of sobriety tests. These tests are used as an attempt to assess your mental and physical status, and to determine whether or not you are legally under the influence of drugs or alcohol. 

If you are suspected to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs you may be arrested immediately for DUI (driving under the influence) and your driver's license will be confiscated. 

In order to save your reputation and driving privileges, and to keep you out of jail, it is important that you contact a professional Los Angeles DUI attorney today. A defense lawyer that is well-educated regarding California DUI law and DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) regulations will be able to defend your rights under California law.

We are 100% committed to going that extra mile to protect our clients' rights and freedom. Our lawyers provide exceptional DUI defense and not only will we fight to keep you out of jail, but will look to clear your name and keep your record clean.

Whether or not you were swerving while driving, had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, or the smell of alcohol on your breath, in California, you may still be charged with driving under the influence. If you had a BAC (blood alcohol content) of 0.08% or higher, often referred to as DUI "per se", you will also be charged. In addition, law enforcement has the right to arrest you if they suspect that you are under the influence, regardless of whether or not you pass the sobriety tests.

In California, the legal system is very harsh on a person convicted of driving under the influence. Throughout the State of California, drunk driving accidents are often the cause behind numerous deaths and injuries every year. For this very reason, California has very strict penalties.

If you have been arrested for a DUI, it is very important that you contact a DUI defense lawyer immediately. You only have 10 days from the date of your arrest to schedule a DMV hearing in order to protect your driving privileges and keep your license from becoming automatically suspended. An attorney at our firm can represent you at this hearing to offer you the best chance of getting your license back.

http://www.la-criminaldefense.com
http://www.acecriminalattorneys.com
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