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Blog Posts in 2013

  • The Lautenberg Amendment and Its Effect on Military Personnel

    Posted By Riverside Domestic Violence Lawyer || 28-Oct-2013

    Recently, our Riverside criminal defense lawyer, Ty Martinez, took on a case for a client who was charged with felony kidnapping and felony domestic violence charges. With extensive trial litigation and aggressive defense strategies, Attorney Martinez was able to have the charges dismissed for a plea to a misdemeanor false imprisonment. Because the client was only convicted of false imprisonment, ...
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  • Three Kidnapping Victims Escape After a Decade in Captivity

    Posted By Riverside Domestic Violence Lawyer || 15-May-2013

    On Monday May 6, 2013, three Cleveland girls were found alive and were able to escape from their kidnapper after being held captive for a decade in a home on Seymore. The three victims were found after a neighbor heard the girls' desperate cries for help and heard a woman pounding at the locked door. The neighbor then proceeded to kick open the door when Berry escaped with her small child. The ...
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  • Northridge Girl Abducted- Suspect Facing Life in Prison

    Posted By Riverside Domestic Violence Lawyer || 1-May-2013

    A 10-year-old girl was abducted from her Northridge home on the night of March 27 in what sources believe began as a burglary. The young girl was found later that day approximately 12 hours later wondering around a parking lot that was several miles from her home. When she was found she was in a confused state and was wearing different clothes from when she was taken. The suspect entered the home ...
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  • How to Defend Against Child Abuse Allegations

    Posted By Riverside Domestic Violence Attorney || 1-May-2013

    For many, falsely accusing their former spouse of child abuse is a beneficial tactic to win child custody cases in the family law court system. The courts and the government are cracking down on domestic violence and child abuse offenders and they have implemented harsh and unforgiving penalties. The courts look to hunt down violent predators and many times they have you deemed guilty after ...
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  • Attaining Floater Status to Avoid Probation Violation

    Posted By Riverside Domestic Violence Lawyer || 15-Apr-2013

    Do you travel for a living? If you are constantly on the road driving place to place for work, then fulfilling the terms and conditions of your probation may seem like an impossible feat. If you have been convicted of a domestic violence charge, then you will required to fulfill a 52 week program where you will be required to attend Friday classes. For those of you who travel for a living, Friday ...
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  • Domestic Violence Penalties are Increased in Riverside

    Posted By Riverside Domestic Violence Lawyer || 11-Apr-2013

    Have you been arrested for domestic violence charges in the city of Riverside? This crime can be considered a "wobbler" offense which means that the prosecutor could decide to file a misdemeanor charge or felony charge against you. A charge of this nature can carry severe consequences and the courts seem to be buckling down even harsher on alleged offenders. Criminal penalties can ...
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  • Exercising Your Right To Remain Silent In Domestic Violence Cases

    Posted By Attorney Martinez || 3-Jan-2013

    We have all heard about our "right to remain silent" or "Miranda" warnings if we get arrested, yet individuals seem to rarely exercise this right in real life situations. The problem is that people want to explain the situation, or are uncomfortable with silence, or don't like confrontation. Regardless the reason, it always hurts your case. Furthermore, police officers know ...
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