Randy Collins’s Guides

Randy Collins

Newport Beach Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. California Burglary

    Written by attorney Randy Collins, over 1 year ago.

    What is California Burglary? California laws define burglary as going into a residence or some other property with the intention to steal or commit a crime. Other such crimes include extortion, a plot for murder, or other types of felonies. The property does not have to be a bui...

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  2. California Assault Laws

    Written by attorney Randy Collins, over 1 year ago.

    What is California Assault? Assault in the general sense is acting in such a way that someone could get hurt. It could be swinging a bat, a knife, even a pencil, with the intent to hurt the person being targeted. If theres an injury, it is then classified as a battery. Both are ...

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  3. California DUI with Injury

    Written by attorney Randy Collins, over 1 year ago.

    What is California DUI with Injury? California laws define DUI with Injury as causing physical harm to someone else, while drinking and driving. It can be categorized as a misdemeanor or felony. Determining Factors of Assault With A Deadly Weapon: Before any case can be brought ...

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  4. California Vehicle Code 20001 A

    Written by attorney Randy Collins, over 1 year ago.

    Whats Defined as California Felony Hit and Run? A Felony hit and run charge is determined by whether an accident took place, and most likely a property or car was damaged. In felony hit and run cases under California laws, someone would have been injured or killed. The elements ...

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  5. California Vehicle Code 20002 A

    Written by attorney Randy Collins, over 1 year ago.

    Whats Defined as California Misdemeanor Hit and Run? A misdemeanor hit and run charge is determined by whether an accident took place, and most likely a property or car was damaged. In felony hit and run cases under California laws, is if someone was injured or killed. The eleme...

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  6. California Health and Safety Code 11362.5

    Written by attorney Randy Collins, over 1 year ago.

    California incriminates the possession of Marijuana for personal use under Health and Safety Code 11362.5. There are separate charges for sale and transportation, or possessing with the intent to sell, as with other forms of controlled substances. Its also important to note that...

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  7. California Health and Safety Code 11377

    Written by attorney Randy Collins, over 1 year ago.

    Possession of Methamphetamine is criminalized in California. Depending on the quantity that the defendant was found with, the sentencing can result in either a misdemeanor or felony offense. In addition, the sentencing can be enhanced or reduced, based on the defendants criminal...

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  8. California Health and Safety Code 11352

    Written by attorney Randy Collins, over 1 year ago.

    Have you been caught red-handed in a drug trafficking ring? Things arent always what they seem. Most of these crimes are an instance of mistaken identity, being setup by police entrapment or another drug dealer, or simply being at the wrong place at the wrong time. The United Co...

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  9. California Health and Safety Code 11351

    Written by attorney Randy Collins, over 1 year ago.

    Laws related to drugs are meant to protect citizensfrom abuse, impairment, and posing a hazard to society.In addition, most drug related crimes, especially possession for drug sale is usually linked to other crimes. These include assault, trafficking, murder, vehicular manslaugh...

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  10. California Health And Safety Code 11350

    Written by attorney Randy Collins, over 1 year ago.

    Have you been charged with possession of a controlled substance? This is a felony offense that can land you in prison. However, theres a good chance to file for a drug-diversion programthrough the help of an attorney. Under the United Controlled Substances Act, there are several...

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