Search Warrants

A search warrant allows a law enforcement officer to search you, your home, place of business, car or other specified area where it is suspected that there is evidence of illegal activity. There are circumstances that allow a police officer to undertake a search without a warrant, such as if you give your permission, upon your lawful arrest or other specific exceptions. If evidence of illegal activity is found, the officer may seize your property.

School Expulsions

If your child has been accused of committing an act that could result in being expelled from school, you can, and should, retain the services of a criminal defense lawyer. Expulsion from school could adversely affect your child for the rest of their life. Alleged violations of the California Education Code could be proven false if thoroughly investigated by a lawyer that is experienced and genuinely concerned for your child's future.

Some of the violations that your child could be accused of include, but are not limited to:

Firearm Rights

The Second Amendment protects our right to bear arms, but this right may be revoked upon conviction of a felony or certain misdemeanors. If you are addicted to drugs or suffer from a mental illness, you are also prohibited from owning or possessing a gun.