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How To Defend Yourself In Court Against False Accusations
  • By: Daniel S. Castaneda, Esq.
  • Published: September 8, 2022

When you’re accused of something falsely, it can be very difficult to defend – after all, proving you didn’t do something can be much more challenging because there isn’t always evidence or witnesses to show or say you didn’t do whatever you’re accused of. False accusations can be part of any type of court case, whether criminal or civil, even in custody and divorce cases. These accusations can cause you extreme hardship and consequences that can result in jail time, significant loss of money or assets, or losing custody of a child or children.Keep Your Emotions In CheckIt is easier said than done, certainly, but staying calm and not responding emotionally can help keep from making the situation worse than it already is – especially when that reaction is anger. Your feelings are justified, whether it is anger, betrayal, hurt, or…Read More

How Much Do Lawyers Charge For Felonies?
  • By: Daniel S. Castaneda, Esq.
  • Published: May 31, 2022

Being charged with a criminal felony is scary. Depending on the charge, the consequences if found guilty can include significant fines and prison time. Obviously, finding a good attorney is extremely important for a situation like this, but the cost is also daunting. You’ve probably heard stories from people you know about how much lawyers charge, whether for criminal cases, divorce proceedings, or civil lawsuits. Before you go in search of a lawyer for a felony charge, consider this: how much do lawyers charge for felonies? It’s best to be armed with knowledge as you make such a big decision as hiring an attorney. Each Case Is Unique Every case is unique and many factors determine what the total cost is by the time it concludes. The number and types of witnesses, for example, can make a big difference in…Read More

Can I Be Deported For A DUI?
  • By: Daniel S. Castaneda, Esq.
  • Published: December 7, 2020

DUI And Deportation Being a permanent resident in the United States has to make you aware of the fact that you are expected to be on your best behavior. But, what happens if you are driving while intoxicated? This depends on the damages that may be caused if there’s an incident. Usually misdemeanors do not proceed for a removal of a green card, but in some cases when DUI’s involved a drug related offense can lead to a deportation Are you or one of your family members facing DUI charges? If it’s a first offense case, you have no criminal record, and no person came out injured or killed then it is most likely for you to not face any removal proceedings, but if you have some criminal record then the future of your stay in the United States is…Read More

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