Tag: Criminal Law

As part of our on-going education of the California SMOG check and STAR program community, we're publishing some short Q&A on various topics concerning possible Bureau of Automotive Repair issues. This post focuses on the controversy surrounding BAR97 vs. OIS. Remember: every situation is unique, and nothing on our blog or website should be construed [...]
When a car pulls into a California Smog Check station, up to and including a participant in the STAR Program, the service attendant is required to put the car under a range of tests. Anyone reading this blog is probably a very technical person, much more technical in an automotive and SMOG check sense then [...]
As part of our on-going education of the California SMOG check and STAR program community, we're publishing some short Q&A on various topics concerning possible Bureau of Automotive Repair issues. This post touches on the controversial issue of "undercover cars" being sent out by the Bureau of Automotive Repair that then get "SMOG checks" by [...]
As part of our on-going education of the California SMOG check and STAR program community, we're publishing some short Q&A on various topics concerning possible Bureau of Automotive Repair issues. This post focuses on some of the interconnections between "administrative law" and "criminal law" issues. Remember: every situation is unique, and nothing on our blog [...]
Automotive Defense Specialists, led by William Ferreira, a top Bureau of Automotive Repair defense attorney , is proud to announce expansion into criminal law for cases involving the Bureau of Automotive Repair. The firm already is a key participant in administrative law proceedings involving the Bureau of Automotive Repair, SMOG check technicians, and/or SMOG Check [...]

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