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Anthony Stuart Lowenstein

Anthony Lowenstein’s Legal Guides

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  • 10 Factors to Consider When Choosing an Attorney

    Choose a CRIMINAL Law Specialist & an Attorney you TRUST 1.Criminal law is highly specialized and very different from other areas of law. You need to select an attorney who is a criminal defense spec

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  • 7 Questions you need to ask your Criminal Defense Attorney (to ensure a good defense)

    After retaining a lawyer, you’re not done! To succeed in your case you must take an active role in your defense to assist your attorney defend you. You must be informed to ensure that your lawyer is doing thorough discovery, investigation & preparation to provide you with an effective defense.

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  • D.U.I. in California: An Overview of Defending a Driving Under The Influence (DUI) in California

    I just got arrested and charged with "DUI". What should I do? If you have been arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol (or Drugs), there are many factors to consider. It is important that you receive accurate information from a qualified attorney right away. A DUI def...

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  • Expungment - Sealing / Clearing your Criminal Record

    What is an Expungment? An Expungement essentially clears your record, by having your conviction set aside and the case dismissed. An expungement is better than a pardon; it is a complete reversal of a conviction. To use an analogy, an Expungement is to a Conviction as an Annulmen...

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  • BAIL - How to get out of Jail

    Once arrested, if incarcerated, the law requires that the prosecution file charges and bring you to court within approx. 72 hours of your arrest. So, you have two options. You can immediately bail out, or wait until your arraignment in court when your lawyer can ask the court to ...

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  • Being Investigated by the Police - What you should say to the Police.

    NOTHING! - Why you should not say anything to the Police, ever! Whether you are innocent or guilty, you should always remain silent. When the Police tell you that "anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law", they mean business. Anything you say can never...

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  • How to Talk Your Way out of a Traffic Ticket - When Pulled over by the Police.

    Don’t profess your innocence If you are guilty, don’t deny that you committed the offense. It will only irritate the police officer. Be polite & cooperative (follow directions) Rudeness has earned ma

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