Sepulveda | Sanchez Law Blog

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5 Critical Pieces of Evidence In a Personal Injury Case

January 07, 2020

Personal injury victim being treated by paramedicThe outcome of a personal injury case can hinge on the quality of the evidence, the degree to which it is preserved, and how it is presented. Insufficient evidence can drastically reduce a settlement amount or jury award, or even lose a case altogether.

During the course of his career,…

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Welcome to Our Personal Injury Blog

November 21, 2019

Gabriel Sepulveda-Sanchez is a trial lawyer who takes aggressive action on behalf of individuals who are injured or lose a loved one due to someone else's carelessness. Our attorney and his team take serious injury personally. We have the compassion to act in you and your family's best interest and the experience to pursue maximum compensation in a variety of personal injury cases.…

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Recent Result - Marijuana Possession Defense

October 24, 2015

In May of 2015, Sepulveda Law Group represented two Southern California natives in a case involving charges including but not limited to: manufacturing concentrated cannabis, possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell, and maintaining a place for the purpose of sales or use of a controlled substance. Butte County Judge Robert Glusman informed the court that this was the largest honey oil lab seen in Butte County. Each Defendant was facing a seven-year felony which included an immediate state prison sentence. On September 24, 2015, after litigating the case and successfully negotiating with prosecutors, Sepulveda Law Group was able to obtain formal probation, no jail time…

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What crimes am I exempt from and how much marijuana can I lawfully possess?

May 28, 2015

Proposition 215: California’s Compassionate Use Act,

What crimes am I exempt from and how much marijuana can I lawfully possess?

Proposition 215, was codified at the California Compassionate  Use Act. This law makes it legal for patients and their designated primary caregivers to possess and cultivate marijuana for their “personal” medical use given the recommendation or approval of a California-licensed physician.

In 2004, the State of California’s SB420 statute went into effect, which broadened the California Compassionate Use Act to exempt patients from criminal charges ranging from transportation, possession for sale, furnishing, and providing or leasing a…

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