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Assault

Assault charges range in California, from simple misdemeanor offenses all the way to felony strike offenses that can affect you for the rest of your life. It is very important that the attorneys representing you know the exact charge brought against you and the consequences that may follow. Sadly, too many attorneys do not advise…

Domestic Violence

Relationships are complicated and when tensions with your spouse or partner become physical, you may be arrested or charged with crimes related to domestic violence pursuant to California Penal Code Section 273.5 or 243(e)(1). If the police are called and have the slightest inkling that some domestic violence has occurred, they are required to take…

Drug Offenses

Drug-related crimes are some of the most frequently charged offenses in the state of California. Understanding drug offenses can be quite difficult. The basic types of drug offenses, in increasing levels of punishment, are: Single possession Possession with intent to deliver Manufacturing, selling, or delivering Conspiracy to manufacture or sell Continuing criminal enterprise The drug…

DUI

Drunk driving laws in California are similar to many other DUI laws across the United States. California’s DUI law prohibits a person from driving when they have a concentration of .08 percent or more alcohol in their blood system.  This is the standard measurement used by all states for the “impaired” driver. Under-aged drivers can…

Expungements

An expungement allows you to be released from all penalties and disabilities resulting from your prior criminal offenses. A primary reason to get your criminal charges expunged is for employment opportunities. While an expungement does not completely erase your convictions as if the conviction had never occurred, it does change a guilty verdict to a…

Gang Crimes

To curb the surge in gang-related crimes, California enacted the Street Terrorism Enforcement and Prevention Act (“STEP Act”) which was codified in section 186.22 of the California Penal Code. This section allows prosecutors to seek enhanced penalties and stiffer sentences for any crimes done in furtherance of a criminal street gang. The District Attorney’s Office…

Gun Charges

The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution grants you the legal right to own and possess firearms and guns, but there are restrictions and regulations that you must abide by to avoid gun charges. For example, without a valid permit, it is illegal in California to sell a firearm or carry a loaded firearm…

Homicide

There is no offense more serious than a homicide charge. The punishment for homicide, murder, and manslaughter crimes in California can mean years, decades, or even life in prison, without the possibility of parole. If you or a loved one is facing homicide charges, choosing an attorney to defend your case is one of the…

Juvenile Crimes

An allegation of a juvenile crime can have a devastating effect on your child’s reputation, livelihood, and overall well being. It is crucial that a juvenile case be handled with extreme care and caution by an experienced juvenile defense lawyer. The attorneys at Kundani Chang Khinda & Wilson LLP are former prosecutors and have handled…

Sex Crimes

Sex crimes are some of the toughest and complicated charges that can be brought forward. They can encompass everything from misdemeanors, such as indecent exposure, to serious felonies such as rape. Sex crimes carry the most severe consequences but are routinely prosecuted with the least reliable evidence of any type of crime.  The Orange County…

Suspended License

While it may seem harmless to drive with a suspended or revoked license or without a valid license, the consequences of doing so can be great, especially if you have multiple convictions. First-time offenders may be imprisoned for at least five days in county jail and fined at least $300 plus stiff penalties and assessments….

Theft

Theft in California is defined as wrongfully using or obtaining another person’s property with the intent to deprive the rightful owner of his or her property or to appropriate that property to one’s own use or a third person’s use. There are a number of criminal actions which fall under California theft laws. Our lawyers…

Three Strikes

Under California’s Three Strikes Law, those convicted of two or more prior serious or violent felonies can face life imprisonment for a third felony conviction, even if the offense is not a serious or violent felony. Sometimes, when the prior serious or violent felonies are old or when they are followed by a long period…

White Collar Crimes

A white collar crime is a non-violent crime that is committed by someone, typically for financial gain. Many white-collar crimes are especially difficult to prosecute because the perpetrators use sophisticated means to conceal their activities through a series of complex transactions. The most common white-collar offenses include: Antitrust violations Computer and internet fraud Credit card…

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