What Does “Motion for Discovery” Actually Mean in a Docket Entry in California?
A criminal court docket may have many entries for a case, including several motions. A standard entry on criminal dockets is “Motion for Discovery.” This motion is a tool your criminal defense lawyer uses to access the prosecution’s information and evidence against you. Virtually every criminal case that reaches trial will undergo the discovery process…. read moreRead More
Motion to Suppress Evidence California (Penal Code §1538.5)
If you believe that police have gathered evidence against you illegally, or that your Constitutional rights may have been violated, it is important to speak with an attorney. An attorney will review your case and determine if a motion to suppress evidence should be filed in your case. If this motion to suppress evidence is… read moreRead More