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From the Desk of Albert Perez Jr

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Albert Perez

Albert Perez

Attorney, Albert Perez Jr., received his education from UCLA and Western State University. He has practiced law for approximately 30 years, has been successful in defending many high profile cases, has been a guest speaker and featured on the News, CNN, Date Line, and 60 Minutes.

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Quick Guide to CBD Laws in California

Quick Guide to CBD Laws in California

The final version of the 2018 Farm Bill allows the cultivation of hemp; it cannot contain more than 0.3 percent of THC (the compound in the plant most commonly associated with getting a person high). Farming hemp is highly regulated: under section 10113 of the Farm Bill, state departments of agriculture must consult with the state’s governor and chief law enforcement officer to devise a plan that must be submitted to the Secretary of USDA. One of the most important provisions from the perspective of hemp farmers lies in section 11101. This section includes hemp farmers’ protections under the Federal Crop Insurance Act. 

List of California “Serious” Felonies – Penal Code 1192.7(c)

List of California “Serious” Felonies – Penal Code 1192.7(c)

In California penal code, some felony charges are considered strike offenses; the California “three strikes” law doubles prison sentences for those facing 2 violent, or 2 serious felony charges. Below is a list of serious felonies according to PC 1192.7 (c)

Assault By Means Likely To Produce “GBI” | PC 245(A)(4)

Assault By Means Likely To Produce “GBI” | PC 245(A)(4)

Penal Code 245 A)(4) PC makes it a crime in California for a person to commit an assault. To do so using force that is likely to produce great bodily injury. If charged as a misdemeanor, one can face imprisonment and a fine of up to $10,000. If charged as a felony, a person can face imprisonment in the state prison for two, three, or four years. 

What Is Deferred Entry of Judgment in California?

What Is Deferred Entry of Judgment in California?

Deferred entry of judgement is a program in California that allows a judge to stop short of entering a conviction in a criminal case.  The defendant must plead guilty to the crime they are being accused of. The court then offers a term of supervised probation. If all terms of probation are completed, the court […]

PC 666 – Petty Theft With A Prior

PC 666 – Petty Theft With A Prior

If you have been charged with a theft offense and there has been an additional petty theft with a prior allegation, it is very important that you consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney right away, because this could result in potential prison time.  Penal Code 666 PC is the California statute that defines the […]

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