Criminal Defense Blog

Reliability of dental evidence

If you look at Hollywood movies and television shows, it seems that two pieces of evidence tend to always be the final nail in the coffin for the accused. These include fingerprints and dental marks. However, unlike fingerprints, there is very little confidence in...

Can you refuse a sobriety test?

Under California law, you are not required to perform a field sobriety test. However, the police officer is still able to arrest you if they believe there is enough evidence that you were driving under the influence. What field sobriety tests do most police officers...

Questioning positive drug test results

If you tested positive for a drug that is illegal in California, the consequences can have a significant impact on your life. A positive drug test could lead to criminal charges, loss of employment or a probation violation. That’s why it’s important to question the...