On October 12, 2017, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 393, also known as the Consumer Arrest Record Equity (CARE) Act. This law creates a more straightforward legal process for sealing your arrest record. With the…Governor Signs Bill to Seal Arrest Records For Those Not Convicted
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If you’re a non-citizen facing deportation proceedings because of a past criminal conviction, you could have the ability to have that criminal conviction vacated – or erased – under a recent revision to California law….New Law Helpful to Immigrants Facing Deportation
Domestic violence cases are typically pursued aggressively by Oakland prosecutors. This makes it essential to protect your record and secure a result that does not unfairly punish you. For example, attorney Elliot Silver represented a…Domestic Violence Reduced to Misdemeanor
When a client was charged with possession of a backpack filled with marijuana in addition to a handgun, attorney Elliot Silver worked hard to secure a result that would not destroy his client’s future. As…Handgun and Drug Charge Reduced to a Misdemeanor