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|Legal|Santa Ana, CA 92703

1043 Civic Center Drive Suite 200, West Suite 200, Santa Ana, CA 92703

(714) 997-4400

Open now:12:00 am - Midnight

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Practice Areas: At the Law Offices of Ron Brower, we view every criminal case as a challenge to the rights of individuals granted under the United States Constitution. We have the expertise, experience, and understanding of the law to secure the most favorable result possible for our clients. For more than 30 years, we’ve been obtaining these kinds of results for clients charged with a wide range of misdemeanors and felonies, including: Aggravated Assault Assault/Battery Burglary Domestic Violence Drug Offenses Drunk Driving Election Violations Federal Cases Fraud Homicides Juvenile Cases Rape Restraining Order Violations Robbery Sexual Offenses Suspended Licenses Thefts/Shoplifting/Trespass

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09/10/2019, 01:20 AM
Senate Bill 136 is currently moving through the state legislature; the bill aims to restrict a mandatory one-year sentence enhancement that is added to an individual's base sentence for each prior prison or felony jail term served.
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09/05/2019, 05:51 AM
Last month, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 392 into law, redefining the circumstances under which a homicide by a peace officer is deemed justifiable.
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Last year, the death of Quee Choo Lim Chadwick, a mother of three, became the subject of a podcast from the Newport Beach Police Department. It paid off, her suspected killer is now in custody.
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The California Supreme Court has frozen or slowed the death penalty trial of Jade Douglas Harris after his attorney pointed out that a fair decision from jurors is impossible.
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07/16/2019, 04:19 AM
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