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Law Lets You Have a Clean Record via a Sacramento Expungement Attorney

November 10th, 2017|

Last November, 2014, California voted for Proposition 47, which downgraded “non-serious and non-violent property and drug crimes” to misdemeanors. Since then, courts have reported a [...]

Cultivating Good Energy and How it Can Best Serve You in Life and in the Legal System

October 27th, 2017|

Cultivating good relationships is based on the attitude you bring to any situation. Mike shares why having a bad attitude can dramatically affect the outcome [...]

Interview with Ricki Townsend Substance Use Disorder Counselor and Interventionist

June 6th, 2017|

Fascinating talk with Ricki Townsend, substance-use disorder counselor and interventionist. Ricki has been helping people suffering from addiction for over 30 years. She helps find [...]

Interview with Chris Wright and John Perry – Owners of Clean and Sober Recovery Services

June 2nd, 2017|

Chris and John share their passion and experience helping people recover from substance use disorder. Their business, Clean & Sober Recovery Services, Inc., has offered [...]

Criminal Record Expungement Attorney on Professions that Require a License

January 14th, 2017|

We all make mistakes. Sometimes that mistake can lead to criminal charges. This can have a big impact on our careers and employment opportunities, especially [...]

Congratulations to Special Guest and Newly Appointed Judge – the Honorable Judge Scott Tedman

December 1st, 2016|

Mike is joined by the newly appointed Honorable Judge Scott Tedman, a former criminal defense lawyer and colleague. Learn more on what it takes to [...]

Criminal Law Bills Pending at the Capitol – with special guest Ignacio Hernandez

August 12th, 2016|

Today’s special guest was Ignacio Hernandez from Hernandez Strategy Group, LLC, a government relation, advocacy and communications firm in Sacramento. Ignacio is a lobbyist for [...]

Reducing a Felony Conviction to a Misdemeanor Does Not Happen Automically – Proposition 47

June 29th, 2015|

In November of 2014 Proposition 47 passed giving certain low-level, nonviolent felony convictions the opportunity to be reduced to misdemeanors on old criminal records. The [...]