How Do Bail Bonds Work In San Fernando Valley?

October 4, 2017 7:28 am Published by
POSTING BAIL IN SAN FERNANDO VALLEY In San Fernando Valley, if a person is arrested and charged with a crime they have the right to be released while the case is pending on a reasonable bail. The judges have all got together and come up with a bail schedule for each crime that a person can be charged with. Obviously the more serious the crime, the higher the bail will… Continure reading

The Crime of Disorderly Conduct in California

November 25, 2013 1:51 pm Published by
The crime of disorderly conduct is not one specific thing but covers several activities that are considered disorderly conduct under California law. Our Attorneys do not want anyone to be a victim of police annoyance; meaning, you may have been charged with disorderly conduct simply because an officer was annoyed. This is unacceptable. Although the crime is charged as a misdemeanor, it still creates a criminal record and can result… Continure reading

Antelope Valley couple pleads guilty in dogfighting operation

December 1, 2011 3:22 pm Published by
An Antelope Valley couple has pleaded guilty to operating an elaborate dog fighting ring out of their home. Jesse Eduardo Jiminez, 44, pleaded guilty to 13 counts of dog fighting, nine counts of willful animal cruelty, six counts of animal neglect; two counts of practicing veterinary medicine without a license, and one count of possession of cocaine. All except two of those counts are felonies. Jiminez is due to surrender… Continure reading