Rancho Cucamonga Criminal Defense Attorney
Arrested in San Bernardino County? Call Chung & Ignacio, LLP!
Whether you or a loved one has been arrested for a crime, or is currently under investigation for alleged criminal activity, turn to the experienced attorneys at Chung & Ignacio, LLP, a Rancho Cucamonga-based criminal defense law firm. San Bernardino County is our home. We know the courts, judges, and opposing counsel here, and have the experience you need to defend against criminal charges.
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San Bernardino County Crime Statistics
- In the past decade, San Bernardino’s arrest rate and reported crimes rate has gone down 26%.
- Juvenile arrests in San Bernardino County has also decreased by about 28% in the past ten years, although juvenile misdemeanor rates are on an upward trend, starting in 2013.
- More people are arrested in San Bernardino County than the national and state average.
Recidivism Rate in San Bernardino County
Recidivism rates (the number of people who return to prison after a prior criminal charge) have dropped in San Bernardino County in recent years. Statistically, 41.7% of those charged with crimes in San Bernardino County qualify as AB109 offenders (Assembly Bill 109). Out of these felony offenders, only 17% of these were re-offenders (data from 2014).
Assault & Violent Crimes
One of the most common types of arrests we get calls for is assault or a related type of violent offense. Although violent crime rates have dropped in San Bernardino County over the past decade, people still get accused of these types of offenses almost daily.
Assault, according to the California Penal Code 240, is:
An unlawful attempt, coupled with a present ability, to commit a violent injury on the person of another.
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California’s statutes on drug offenses are detailed in the Health and Safety Code Sections 11350-11356.5. The Rancho Cucamonga criminal defense attorneys at Chung & Ignacio, LLP handle all types of felony and criminal drug crime cases, including the following:
Sentencing for drug offenses varies greatly depending on what type of controlled substance was allegedly found in your possession, how much, and under what circumstances. It is best to speak directly with a defense attorney to discuss your options, and what type of sentence you could be looking at.
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