Paul Jeffrey Wallin’s Guides

Paul Jeffrey Wallin

Tustin Appeals Lawyer.

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  1. How Reimbursement for Victims of Crimes Affects Restitution Costs in Criminal Cases

    Written by attorney Paul Wallin, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK

    If you are convicted of a crime against another person, you have the right to have a hearing to determine how much restitution is owed to the victim. At that hearing, there needs to be a showing in front of a judge to determine the amount that the victim is entitled to, as a resu...

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  2. How Do Miranda Rights Work?

    Written by attorney Paul Wallin, over 4 years ago.

    Background on Miranda Rights There are several instances where an individual may be thinking, “They didn’t read me my rights: my case should get thrown out, right?” One of the most misunderstood c

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  3. What To Do If You Are Accused of Corporal Injury on Your Spouse or Partner

    Written by attorney Paul Wallin, over 4 years ago.

    What Is Corporal Injury? If you or someone you know has been charged with corporal injury on a spouse or partner under California Penal Code section 273.5, you should immediately contact an experienc

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  4. What To Do If You Are Accused of Spousal Battery

    Written by attorney Paul Wallin, over 4 years ago.

    Background If you have been charged with battery on a spouse under California Penal Code Section 243, you should immediately contact an experienced criminal defense attorney. An experienced criminal

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  5. What To Do If Your Are Accused of Child Endangerment

    Written by attorney Paul Wallin, over 4 years ago.

    What is Child Endangerment? California Penal Code Section 273a defines child endangerment as any person causing great bodily harm or death to a child. This crime includes inflicting physical abuse up

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  6. What To Do If You Are Accused of Corporal Injury on a Child

    Written by attorney Paul Wallin, over 4 years ago.

    Background Anyone who has been charged with corporal injury on a child, under California Penal Code Section 273d, should be prepared to retain an experienced criminal defense attorney. An experienced

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  7. Can Police Legally Stop a Vehicle Even With a Temporary Operating Permit Attached To a Rear Window?

    Written by attorney Paul Wallin, over 4 years ago.

    The Case In People v. Dotson, the defendant, a convicted felon, was found to be in possession of a firearm, ammunition, and methamphetamine when a police officer stopped his vehicle. Although the veh

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  8. What You Need to Know if You Are Accused of Burglary

    Written by attorney Paul Wallin, over 4 years ago.

    How California Defines Burglary In California, burglary is a very serious crime with serious consequences. There are generally two types of burglary, commercial and residential, often called first an

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  9. What You Need to Know About Open Container Laws in California

    Written by attorney Paul Wallin, over 4 years ago.

    The Definition of the Law In California it is a crime to have an open alcoholic container in your vehicle while you are driving. Sections 23221 and 23222(a) define the open container law in Californi

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  10. The Factors That Go Into Child Support

    Written by attorney Paul Wallin, over 4 years ago.

    Background Child support refers to monetary compensation that one parent provides to the other parent of a minor child, to help in the care of that child. There are several factors that are considere

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