The criminal justice system can seem complex or overwhelming, especially if you have little experience dealing with it. To prepare yourself for any future court involvement, read on to learn what to expect from the various stages of the criminal justice process.
- The warrant procedure in California may be difficult to understand. The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office published an informative pamphlet explaining various types of warrants.
- To read the entire text of the Bill of Rights, click through to the National Archives website.
- All criminal charges in the state are governed by the California Penal Code. If you were charged with a crime, all possible punishments are laid out in the statutes.
- When meeting with a lawyer for the first time, the American Bar Association recommends that you ask a series of questions to better assess the attorney-client relationship.
Let the criminal lawyers with Hinkle, Jachimowicz, Pointer & Emanuel Law firm help you understand your legal options by contacting us at 408-916-1413 or checking out our website.