Federal Theft Laws

Theft refers to taking the property of another person without authorization. While most times, people who are charged with theft are convicted at the state level, theft charges are sometimes initiated against someone on the federal level. If you find yourself charged with theft, it is critical to obtain the assistance of a federal crimes… Read More

What is a Contingency Fee?

Many people have heard about contingency fees, but are not exactly sure what these fees include. In short, contingency fees mean that a person is not required to pay expenses up front. Instead, the person’s attorney receives a percentage of compensation when the case is resolved. If a person does not win the case, the… Read More

Miranda Rights Suppression Appealed

In previous articles we have explored what Miranda rights are and the exceptions that apply. In this article we will discuss an example of Miranda rights that were breached and then brought to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. What Is Considered A Routine Booking Question? The following conversation took place at 2:30 a.m. at… Read More