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Serving Napa, Marin And Solano Counties

September 2017 Archives

When is it legal for your car to be searched?

California residents who get pulled over on suspicion of a DUI may end up in a situation where the police ask to search the car, or go ahead with a search regardless of your permission. But is it legal for them to search without a warrant? Just when the police search your vehicle?

How do I know if I should sue?

When faced with a legal issue in California, an attorney will encourage a consultation, either by phone or in-person, not to convince you that you should sue but to ascertain the nature of the dispute and the strength of your position. To do so, the attorney must obtain necessary facts and evaluate whether it would be prudent and in your best interests to litigate the issue. If your case does not involve a criminal complaint against you, then you are most likely facing an issue that will be handled in a division of the civil courts.

The difference between a felony and a misdemeanor

If you have been charged with a crime in California, you may be confused about the wording that was used in your case. Many people do not know what various legal terms mean, and one of the most misunderstood is the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor. We at the Law Offices of Matthew C. Bishop can not only represent your rights in a court of law, but can also educate you on the exact charges of which you are being accused.

Can your field sobriety test be used in court?

As a California resident facing DUI charges, you'll want to understand everything you can about DUI laws so you may successfully protect yourself. We at the Law Offices of Matthew C. Bishop, INC, work to provide you with information you can use that will help you defend your position in court.

How can DUI convictions negatively impact your life?

California residents like you who are facing DUI accusations will need strong representation. At the Law Offices of Matthew C. Bishop, Inc., we provide you with information that's crucial to your understanding of how dire this situation could be, and exactly why you need that representation.

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Matthew C. Bishop, Inc.

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Napa, CA 94559
Phone: 707-266-6952
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