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San Diego criminal defense lawyer Edward C. Arthur is experienced in all facets of California criminal code, criminal court rules, penalties, sentencing guidelines, mitigating factors, and plea bargaining. He uses his vast experience and knowledge in California criminal law to represent his clients to the best of his ability and leave no stone unturned to get a favorable outcome for his clients.
If you have been accused of a crime, no matter how small it may seem, the negative effects on you and your loved ones can be lifelong. Call us for a free consultation and speak to attorney Edward C. Arthur about your situation. The sooner you call, the better it may be for your situation to talk to Edward and let an experienced San Diego criminal lawyer help you.
San Diego criminal defense lawyer Edward C. Arthur specializes in California criminal defense and has vast knowledge and extensive experience in the following crimes and more: Homicides, Drugs, Assaults, Rape/Sex Crimes, Probation Violations, Theft Offenses, DUI Traffic Offenses, DMV Hearings/License Suspensions, Domestic Violence, & Expungements.
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Bail Bonds Lawyer
Attorney Edward C. Arthur has over 27 years of experience representing licensed sureties and bail bond offices throughout the State of California. In addition to helping his clients who have been charged with a crime and advising them of their bail bond options, Edward also provides vigorous litigation for licensed bail bond offices regarding bail forfeitures/exonerations, extensions, summary judgments, and Penal Code 1275.1 hearings.
“The object of bail and its forfeiture is to insure the attendance of the accused and his obedience to the order and judgment of the court. In matters of this kind, there should be no element of revenue to the state nor punishment of the surety.” People v. Wilcox Ins.Co.,(1960) 53 Cal.2d 651 at 657, 2 Cal.Rptr. 754, 349 P.2d 522
Contact Edward C. Arthur today and he can advise you regarding the bail bonds process whether you are a defendant or a bondsmen.
A civil harassment restraining order is a court order that helps protect people from violence, stalking, serious harassment, or threats of violence.
You can ask for a civil harassment restraining order if:
- A person has abused (or threatened to abuse), sexually assaulted, stalked, or seriously harassed you, and
- You are scared or seriously annoyed or harassed.
A restraining order is a court order. It can order the restrained person to:
- Not contact you or any member of your household;
- Not go near you, your children, or others who live with you, no matter where you go;
- Stay away from your work, your school, or your children’s school; or
- Not have a gun.
Once the court issues (makes) a restraining order, it goes into a statewide computer system. This means that law enforcement officers across California can see there is a restraining order in place