Law Offices of Johnson & Johnson

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    The Saturday Special with Michael Zwerling- May 17th 2014- Is the CPS Out of Control?- Guests: Julian "Jerry" Dominguez, Co-Author of "A Culture of Fear: an inside look at Los Angeles County's Department of Children & Family Services", Fox Sloan, Family Rights Activist and Carin Johnson, Child Dependency Attorney. MZ's in-studio guest is the Co-author of "A Culture of Fear:…Read More

      San Diego DUI attorneys look for mishandling of blood and reasons why the California DUI charge should be dropped. Today, justice has been served for all such San Diego & California DUI lawyers. Jurors today found California state Assemblyman Roger Hernandez, D-West Covina, not guilty of one misdemeanor count of DUI. “My whole bar tab was $24 for two people,”…Read More

        CONCORD — As part of a settlement agreement approved this week, the city will pay $1.2 million to the family of a 21-year-old Antioch man shot and killed by two officers in 2013. The agreement, approved by the Concord City Council during a closed session on Tuesday, comes weeks before a lawsuit by the family of Charles Burns was scheduled…Read More

          I strongly recommend Carin Johnson of The Law Offices of Johnson and Johnson. They are based in Walnut Creek and one of the only 10 lawyers in the entire state of California that actually know what they are doing when it comes to CPS and false allegations etc. Her website is: http://www.johnsonjuvenilelawyers.com Her passion is unbelievable and she is a…Read More

            SAN FRANCISCO — The parents of a 21-year-old Antioch man who was being trailed by undercover narcotics officers when he was fatally shot by Concord police last May have filed a federal civil rights suit claiming their son was “intentionally and maliciously” killed. Charles Burns was shot and killed in Antioch by Concord police on May 10, 2013, as he…Read More

              In a San Joaquin County trial that lasted months, a jury needed less than two days to find a father not guilty on all five charges that he had beaten his son to death. Attorneys Peter and Carin Johnson of the Law Offices of Johnson & Johnson in Walnut Creek successfully defended the father from the San Joaquin County District…Read More

                STOCKTON - A man accused of beating his 2-year-old son to death in Stockton was found not guilty of all counts, including child abuse resulting in death, on Wednesday. STOCKTON - A man accused of beating his 2-year-old son to death in Stockton was found not guilty of all counts, including child abuse resulting in death, on Wednesday. But a…Read More

                  An attorney for the family of a 21-year-old man shot and killed by Concord police in Antioch this month is calling for an impartial state or federal agency to take over the ongoing investigation into the shooting that he claims has been grossly mischaracterized so far. “This should be a criminal investigation, without question,” said attorney Peter Johnson, who represents…Read More

                    MARTINEZ – A Contra Costa County judge on Tuesday dismissed a lingering misdemeanor drunken driving charge against state Assemblyman Roger Hernandez, saying she wasn’t confident a second jury would convict based on the same facts. A jury in August found Hernandez, D-West Covina, not guilty of driving under the influence but was hung 6-6 over a second count of driving…Read More

                      MARTINEZ – State Assemblyman Roger Hernandez repeatedly refused to take a breath or blood test after his drunken driving arrest in March, which prompted Concord police to prepare to have the local lawmaker’s blood forcibly drawn, the arresting officer testified Wednesday. After warning Hernandez, D-West Covina, that refusing a test could result in his driver’s license being suspended or revoked,…Read More