Warning: Declaration of TCB_Menu_Walker::walk($elements, $max_depth) should be compatible with Walker::walk($elements, $max_depth, ...$args) in /home/khventur/public_html/wp-content/plugins/thrive-visual-editor/inc/classes/class-tcb-menu-walker.php on line 0
Blog - Krause & Hirschhorn, P.C.

Available 24 Hours / 7 Days a Week: 805.330.1529

Blog

Juvenile Court Proceedings Open To The Public?

Are Juvenile Court proceedings open to the public?As a general rule, the answer is "no", the general public is not permitted to come into the juvenile courtroom and spectate. In order to maintain the

Read more

DUI Update – California expands the Ignition Interlock device (IID) program statewide for most drunk driving offenses.

Governor Jerry Brown signed California Senate Bill 1046 into law, which will go into effect starting January 1, 2019 and will remain in place until January 1, 2026. Currently only four counties in Cal

Read more

Crimes Committed by 14 or 15 Year Olds Can No Longer Be Transferred to Adult Court

Today, Governor Brown signed into law SB 1391. SB 1391 repeals the authority of a district attorney to make a motion to transfer a minor from juvenile court to adult court in a case in which a minor

Read more

Statewide Traffic Tickets / Infractions Amnesty Program

If you are buried in traffic fines debt, you may qualify for The Statewide Traffic Tickets/Infraction Amnesty Program which will become effective tomorrow October 1st through March 31, 2017.

Read more

House Being Foreclosed ? Can I pay what I owe ?

In California there is a right to “Reinstate” defaulted real property loans.The statutory right to reinstate defaulted real property loans is covered by Civil Code Section 2924c(a)(1).  In ot

Read more

Injured in a store or in a business?

As a general rule in California, an individual or an entity does not have a duty to come to the aid of of a person who is sick or injured.  However in California, there is a  “special rela

Read more

How can my child be charged in adult court?

Criminal charges against a child as young as 14 years old may be directly filed in adult criminal court thus bypassing the Juvenile Justice system altogether.The District Attorney has the discretion t

Read more

Sealing Juvenile Record – Update

Enter your text here...Beginning in 2015 – New Law Authorizing Automatic Sealing of Juvenile RecordsAs discussed in our previous blog on Sealing Your Juvenile Records, existing law already allows fo

Read more

Check out our latest blog on proposition 47

What Changes to Criminal Law And Procedure Did Proposition 47 Bring About?California voters approved Proposition 47.  The changes enacted by this measure are effective as of November 5, 2014 (Cal

Read more

Prosecutor Misconduct During Trial

Does Your Criminal Case Get Dismissed When The Prosecution Deliberately Withholds Exculpatory Evidence ?What is ​prosecutor ​misconduct and how can it ​affect you? What happens when your defense

Read more