Monthly Archives: September 2010

Violating the Attorney-Client Privilege on Twitter

On Wednesday of this week, I wrote a comment to one Scott Greenfield’s blog posts where I expressed some dismay about criminal defense attorneys – a few of whom I generally admire – who find it acceptable to reveal client … Continue reading

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AB 1844: Changing the Law of Petty Theft with a Prior

California law says that if a person previously has been convicted of any theft offense, and has served at least a day in jail, future convictions for petty theft (which generally applies to property valued at $400 or less) can … Continue reading

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