The Law Office of Peter Berlin provides preeminent criminal representation protecting your freedom, your rights and your property. Mr. Berlin is a trial lawyer focusing on violent offenses, complex criminal felonies (including white collar & federal crimes), and simple misdemeanor prosecutions.
Our services extend throughout California, with specific emphasis in Los Angeles, Orange, San Francisco, San Diego and Sacramento Counties.
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- Facing Multiple DUI Convictions in Los Angeles
6 February 2017
- Consuming Caffeine Illegal in California?
16 January 2017
- Understanding California Kidnapping Laws
3 January 2017
- Marijuana Legalization Having Ripple Effect for Californians Facing Drug Possession Charges
19 December 2016
- Questioned By Police? Five Important Tips
13 December 2016
- You’re Pulled Over By The Police…What Not To Do!
28 November 2016
- New California Law Removes Statute of Limitations for Rape Charges
16 November 2016
- New Law Requires Mandatory Prison Sentence for Certain Sex Crimes
7 November 2016
- Search Warrant Required Before Police Search Smartphones and Laptops
1 November 2016
- Q. I have a $10,000 arrest warrant and a $50,000 bench warrant for not checking in can I get some legal advice
- A: You should contact an experienced criminal attorney to discuss your warrants (as well as the underlying charge) and to make arrangements to resolve (i.e. quash/recall) your warrants and begin the process of handling your underlying criminal case.
- Q. Can a sheriff while not on duty or on uniform carry his concealed weapon on his belt were is exposed for others to see?
- A: Law enforcement departments generally have different procedures and regulations for how their officers/detectives carry on and off-duty...generally, most officers off-duty carry "concealed" rather than "open-carry" as you describe. Procedures, regulations and rules vary, however.