Hernia Mesh Lawsuits: What You Need to Know

Hernia mesh devices are designed to provide support to damaged or weakened tissue. Made from synthetic material or animal tissue, non-absorbable surgical meshes are permanent implants and are used to reinforce a repaired hernia. But the FDA has stated that hernia mesh surgery can lead to complications , including infection, pain, recurrence of hern...
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Plain view search and seizure in San Diego – what is it?

If you are suddenly at the receiving end of the police seizing items from your home without a warrant, you may be wondering whether they are legally allowed to do so. In fact there are occasions when this is a legitimate action for police to take. If you are having problems with this sort of situation, it may be a good idea to speak to a San Diego ...
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What does a judgement of acquittal mean?

If you have ever followed the happenings in a criminal case in California, you may have seen a judgement of acquittal granted. This judgement has to be requested by the defense attorney. Ask any legal professional, from a Los Angeles to a San Diego or Pasadena Criminal Attorney , and they will tell you that they request an acquittal on many occasio...
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How does a defense of self defense work in Arizona?

Using self defense as a defense, when you are accused of a crime, is a legally accepted principle across the US legal system . The general principles of self defense are the same, but the details do differ slightly from state to state. If you have been accused of a crime, and believe you acted in self defense, you may be able to use this fact as an...
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What might the Californian three strikes law mean for you?

The Californian three strikes law was first implemented in 1994, partly as a result of the outcry following the Polly Klaas murder case . Initially the law was one of the strictest pieces of criminal legislation ever implemented in the US. The original law stated that if a defendant committed a serious felony on two occasions, the sentence for the ...
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