What Should You Do If Accused of Burglary?

September 18, 2019 4:55 pm Published by
The crime of burglary in the San Fernando Valley is a real problem because it brings with it a lot of negative connotations — meaning people who are convicted of burglary are viewed as individuals who can’t be trusted because the steal other people’s properties. California Penal Code 459 defines the crime of burglary. But also, it brings with it — if it’s a residential burglary — a strike, and… Continure reading

Ping Evidence in San Fernando Valley Criminal Cases

August 19, 2019 6:51 pm Published by
This concept of being able to track people’s phones is basically called Ping technology (P-I-N-G) and it has to do will cell towers being all around San Fernando Valley and people using their phones, and this is one little piece of evidence that prosecutors and police can use to try and convict somebody of a crime.  I’ve seen it used in all sorts of different crimes. Burglary Cases in San… Continure reading

Difference Between A Burglary When Someone Is Present and No One Is Home

December 24, 2018 1:56 pm Published by
When somebody breaks into another person’s house, law enforcement, prosecutors and judges put this type of a crime among the highest priority crimes for punishing, deterring and making sure that the offender who gets convicted of this burglary-type charge does not do it again.  So, this is one of their primary focuses when they deal with these burglary-related offenses, is to make sure the offender never does it again. Violent… Continure reading