Nationally recognized in publications such as the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, Forbes and Reuters, 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. You can read more about Mr. Berlin and his firm on Wikipedia! here:
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- 11 Questions to ask your Criminal Defense Attorney
18 September 2019
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- Facing Multiple DUI Convictions in Los Angeles
6 February 2017
- 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.