Let’s say that someone attempted to mug you on your way home or attacked you at a party and you chose to fight back to defend yourself. However, after this incident, the other individual claims that you accosted them and are charging you with assault. At this point, you and your criminal defense attorney may consider it a case of self-defense. But what does that mean legally? How do California courts assess self-defense?
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The Christmas holiday brings out the best in everyone, doesn’t it? It is a time for friends, family, and neighbors to come together in joyous celebration. A time that allows the whole nation to reflect on the past and look forward to the future. In many respects, it does feel like the most wonderful time of the year. Unless of course you find yourself involved in Black Friday brawl or a holiday function gone bad. Then you may be wondering – what is the best way for me to avoid ending up in jail in 2016? Read the rest »
When most people hear the phrase “assault with a deadly weapon” on the news, they assume that a gun or a knife was involved. If you’ve been charged with assault with a deadly weapon, it’s safe to assume whatever you had in your hand could do some serious damage. Whether that item was a knife, a gun, or some other object, it all equals up to the same charge. Read the rest »
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