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Wrongful Convictions

There were over 200 wrongful convictions in California since 1989.

Los Angeles Wrongful Convictions Defense Attorney | Eisner Gorin LLP

Have you been falsely accused or wrongfully convicted of a crime you did not commit? Call a Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer at Eisner Gorin LLP.

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Wrongful Convictions

Wrongful Convictions

Proving that a defendant is innocent is difficult. However, after a defendant is convicted, it is next to impossible to prove their innocence. At Eisner Gorin LLP, our job as Los Angeles criminal defense lawyers is to examine cases thoroughly and assess them: how can we tell that a client who claims to be innocent is actually innocent? What can we do to prevent an innocent client from going to prison for multiple years?

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Eisner Gorin LLP is a nationally recognized Los Angeles criminal defense law firm devoted to contesting serious felony and misdemeanor criminal cases in state, federal, and juvenile courtrooms in Los Angeles County. Both firm partners, Alan Eisner and Dmitry Gorin, are State-Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialists, a distinction given to less than 1% of attorneys in the state.

Website at https://www.egattorneys.com/blog/california-accessory-after-fact-laws-penal-code-32/

Accessory after the fact offense is covered under California Penal Code Section 32. It’s a crime to harbor, conceal, or aid someone you know committed a felony to help them avoid arrest, trial, or being convicted. In simple terms, an accessory after the fact crime is when an individual who has knowledge that another individual has committed a crime, yet they assist them in avoiding an arrest after the crime was committed.

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Accused of a Watson DUI Murder under California Penal Code Section 187? A Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer at Eisner Gorin LLP can fight your charges.

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https://www.egattorneys.com Criminal defense attorney Dmitry Gorin discusses effective courtroom strategies to defend you in court against any type of crimin...

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Extradition laws in California are covered under California Penal Code Section 1548.1 thru 1558. In basic terms, extradition is a legal process when one state can transfer a convicted criminal or suspected criminal to another state to stand trial or face sentencing. In California, extradition can happen if: (1) your arrested in California for a criminal offense or facing accusations of a crime in another state, or the reverse; (2) your arrested in another state for a criminal offense or facing accusations of a crime in California. The Uniform Criminal Extradition Act (UCEA) grants extradition authority to criminal courts across the United States, which allows them to transfer you to another jurisdiction in order to face charges for a crime you allegedly committed in that state.

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https://www.keglawyers.com/cm/custom/federalcrimes.html/ At Eisner Gorin LLP, our Los Angeles federal criminal attorneys have a track record of success defen...

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Withdrawal of a Plea is covered under California Penal Code Section 1018, which grants you the right to withdrawal of your guilty or no-contest plea, if you have good cause. If you are a defendant in a criminal case, and decide to plead guilty, you will sentenced by the judge pursuant to a plea agreement reached. In some situations, you might decide you made a mistake and should have not pleaded guilty. Our Los Angeles criminal defense lawyers can assist you by filing a Motion for Withdrawal of Plea. The “motion to withdraw” is a formal request that asks the court to allow you take back your plea. If the judge grants the request, the proceedings will essentially rewind back to the arraignment.

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