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Voir Dire: What Is It and How to Use It To Win At Trial

January 12, 2020

Voir Dire is a process to approve a juror or an expert witness for trial. If you don’t think an expert witness knows information that is relevant for your trial, you can question the witness to see if he is not knowledgeable enough and will not confuse or mislead the judge or jury. Voir Dire for jurors is used primarily to see pick the best jurors for the trial. Someone who will be friendly to your case or your client and is not influenced by bias. As part of the process of selection of jurors, you can exclude up to 6 jurors in misdemeanor cases and 10 jurors in felony cases. During voir dire attorneys will ask the jurors about […]

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WHAT HAPPENS AFTER A CALIFORNIA DUI ARREST

December 17, 2019

In California, after a DUI case, the arresting officer prepares a police report and submits it to the prosecutor, who then drafts a complaint and files it with the Superior Court.  Although some agencies do direct filing, most will rely on the prosecutor to review and file the criminal case against an individual suspected of a DUI.  Usually, the arrested person is not given the police report until the day he is scheduled to come to court.  On the day of the arrest, the arresting officer will also hand you a citation, commonly known as “a ticket”, with a day of the appearance in the Superior Court and the location of the Courthouse. The prosecutor who files the criminal DUI complaint […]

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