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Federal charges brought it alleged marketing scam

Fifteen individuals including ones in California were arrested for what was called an alleged financial fraud scheme over the internet. Besides involving a number of states, the purported ring also involved individuals from Canada and South Africa. It is claimed that a West African organized crime network was at the center of this scheme.

State senator pleads not guilty to bribery and corruption charges

Much has been written about the arrest that was made of California Senator Leland Yee for alleged bribery and gun charges. The arrest took place on March 26 and came about following an FBI sting that was aimed at supposed organized crime and political corruption taking place in San Francisco's Chinatown.

San Francisco police officers indicted by federal grand juries

Of six San Francisco police officers charged concerning crimes alleging theft of drugs, money and electronics, four of those officers have pleaded not-guilty.  The officers were indicted by federal grand juries concerning items the police officers supposedly had taken during a 2009 arrest.  The six officers have had their guns taken away from them and been suspended without pay.

Bitcoins turn out to be another bad bet for the Winklevoss twins

“Truly innovative business models don’t need to resort to old-fashioned law-breaking,” Manhattan’s U.S. Attorney said in a statement. That’s precisely the point that storied investor-twins Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss were expected to make at hearings last week before banks and regulators.

Study: far more Americans are arrested before 23 than in the 60s

"It's really damaging ... putting handcuffs on a child at 12, 13 or 14 years old," the head of a gang diversion program told reporters. "Even for something like jumping a turnstile, those acts have ripple effects that can be catastrophic."

DNA databases: another layer of discrimination in criminal law?

This week, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is holding a rare re-hearing on the constitutionality of collecting the DNA profiles of arrestees into databases intended to solve future crimes. The appellate court has heard the case before but decided to rehear it in light of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on a similar Maryland law this June.

Alleged 'Silk Road' Internet drug kingpin arrested in Glen Park

A 29-year-old San Francisco resident was taken into custody on Tuesday in the science fiction section of the Glen Park Branch Library. Federal prosecutors accuse the man of masterminding an online drug marketplace called “Silk Road,” where buyers and sellers of illegal drugs could make their exchanges in an atmosphere much like that of eBay.

FBI: both violent and property crimes dropped again last year

According to the latest data collected through the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting program, or UCR, the nationwide downward trend in both violent and property crimes continued last year. The UCR collects information on crimes and arrests from 18,290 municipal, state, federal, tribal and college and university law enforcement agencies, so it gives us an accurate look at the true level of crime in the U.S.

Recent Case Results

  • Juvenile Charges

    A juvenile was arrested for 2nd Degree Robbery. After 6 months the case was dismissed.

    A juvenile was arrested for Sexual Battery. After 6 months and 80 hours of Community service, the case was dismissed.

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  • Drunk Driving Offenses

    A client with a 1st DUI arrest. Fearing she would go to jail; lose her license for a year and lose her job. Got a wet reckless and minimal fines.

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  • Drug Charges

    A client with 4 Felony charges on a Transportation Charge, a Attempt to Sell, Possession of Marijuana, (50 pounds), Conspiracy Charge all where reduced to 1 Misdemeanor. No Jail.

    Client was charged with 6 Felony drug possessions. Facing jail time. The results: Client got a deferred entry of judgment and then dismissed.

    Client charged with several felony counts of possession of Marijuana with intent to sell. Client was involved in a medical marijuana grow. Case was reduced and later dismissed.

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  • Sex Crimes

    A client with alleged 2 Felony Sex charges and he faced jail and sex registration. The case was entirely dismissed.

    Client charged with prostitution; facing jail time and sex offender registration. Result: NO JAIL TIME AND NO SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION Deferred Entry of Judgment.

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  • Domestic Violence

    Client charged with domestic violence, with great bodily injury. Case reduced to a misdemeanor with time served.

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