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Quincy Hoang is no longer practicing law … for now.

March 5, 2008 | No Comments

I regret to inform you that I am not eligible to practice law in the State of California or any other Read more »

Distinguishing Searches, Seizures and Miranda Rights

September 8, 2007 | No Comments

This article briefly summarizes three very important areas of criminal law. Clients will often ask legal questions about the issues involved in (1) searches, (2) arrests, and (3) Miranda Rights (the right to remain silent). Read more »

Getting Pulled Over

February 11, 2006 | No Comments

The following article addresses some of the questions common to a traffic stop and provides suggestions for maintaining your rights to privacy. It is important to understand your rights thereby making informed decisions when being pulled over. Read more »

Bill Dispute? Suing Not An Option

April 1, 2005 | No Comments

Consumers Finding Arbitration Severely Limits Their Legal Options

[While] reading the fine print many consumers are surprised to learn they lost their right to sue when they signed contracts and must submit to binding arbitration instead, reports John Blackstone. Read more »

Personal Background

January 1, 2005 | No Comments

Personal Background of Quincy Hoang

I was born in Saigon, Vietnam in 1971 as one of five children of an Army Captain, Mr. The Ke Hoang, and a schoolteacher, Mrs. Hoa Thi Nguyen. My family immigrated to the United States Read more »

Attorney Client Fee Agreements – Flat-Fees or Hourly Billing

May 13, 2003 | No Comments

The following article addresses two types of fee arrangements for legal services in criminal law – the flat-fee and hourly billing. The central questions to be considered are whether one type is better than the other, when is it Read more »

D.U.I. Arrest Tips

April 21, 2003 | No Comments

The following article addresses some of the questions common to D.U.I. arrests and suggests practical advice on how to handle police encounters. Depending on the circumstances under which you are stopped or detained by law enforcement, informed responses to Read more »