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  • What Should I Do If I Was Arrested for Being Drunk in Public?
    What Should I Do If I Was Arrested for Being Drunk in Public?

    During my time as an Oakland Police Officer, we arrested many people in public places who were unable to care for themselves or others. We would find people passed out and lying on the sidewalk and ...

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  • Can I Seal My Arrest Record for Embezzlement in California?
    Can I Seal My Arrest Record for Embezzlement in California?

    Section 503 of the California Penal Code defines embezzlement as the “fraudulent appropriation of property by a person to whom it has been entrusted.” At the Law Office of Ivan O.B. Morse, we have ...

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  • How Do I Seal My Arrest Record for Battery?
    How Do I Seal My Arrest Record for Battery?

    Under California law, “battery is any willful and unlawful use of force or violence upon the person of another.” However, people who have been convicted of battery can possibly have their arrest ...

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  • Sealing an Arrest Record for Drunk Driving
    Sealing an Arrest Record for Drunk Driving

    An arrest for driving under the influence can impact you for the rest of your life. Not only do you go to jail, you also face a suspended license, probation, fines, community service, higher insurance ...

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  • How to Seal Your Arrest Record for Obstructing Police
    How to Seal Your Arrest Record for Obstructing Police

    It is illegal in the State of California to resist, delay, or obstruct the police in the performance of their duties. Anyone who willfully resists, delays, or obstructs any peace officer in the ...

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  • How to Seal an Arrest Record for Domestic Violence in California
    How to Seal an Arrest Record for Domestic Violence in California

    In California today, the policy for most police agencies is that if a 911 call is made for domestic violence (243(e)(1) or 273.5 P.C.), then one person will be arrested and go to jail, no matter the ...

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