The experienced criminal defense attorneys at Wallin & Klarich discuss the pros and cons of a new $2 billion plan to rebuild the downtown Men’s Central Jail and create a new women’s jail.
Teen sensation Justin Bieber was recently accused of forcibly grabbing a cell phone out of a woman’s purse and may now face criminal charges.
If you are read the wrong rights after you are arrested, this can affect the outcome of your case. This was recently the case in a DUI arrest at a national park in California.
Be careful what you say after you are arrested by the police. The attorneys at Wallin & Klarich strongly suggest that you do not talk to the police at all.
The California Sex Offender Management Board (CASOMB) released a report on April 2, 2014 recommending significant changes to California’s “one size fits all” sex offender registration laws.
Getting pulled over by the police can be a nerve-wracking experience. You can become anxious, tense and may not be able to think with a clear head. Not knowing your rights when a police officer pulls you over could lead to an unauthorized search, arrest and criminal charges. If you have been arrested for a …
A recent ruling has overturned California’s laws that deny law-abiding citizens the ability to carry weapons in public places unless they show they need the weapons for specific reasons.
Lawmakers in California are proposing legislation that would require an “anti-theft protection” feature installed in smartphones and tablets to prevent robbery in California. The California theft attorneys at Wallin & Klarich will be there when you call.
Recently, one of our experienced Wallin & Klarich attorney saved his client from receiving a driver’s license suspension and probation term after having charges of a minor in possession of alcohol dismissed. Experienced criminal defense attorney, Matthew B. Wallin, had the charges against his client dismissed after meeting with the prosecutor and judge. If convicted, …
A Domestic Violence Restraining Order is a temporary court order that a judge will issue for an initial 15-21 days for an alleged victim of domestic violence. On the next court date, the judge will decide whether or not to make the order permanent. If the judge decides to grant the victim a permanent restraining …