WHAT WE COVER
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Crime-IQ includes many cross-references to Violent Felonies so that users will not overlook a Violent Felony offense.
Crime-IQ includes many cross-references to Serious Felonies so that users will not overlook a Serious Felony offense.
Between January 2010 and October 2011, the calculation for PC 4019 Credits changed three times. Crime-IQ’s Custody Credits Tab provides the dates covering the different custody credit periods of PC 4019
PRCS / Parole
On July 1, 2013, courts assumed the responsibility for the adjudication of parole violations. Crime-IQ provides the procedures covering strike, Sex Offender registrant and mental health parolees, and more.
Crime-IQ works with the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) to provide an overview of Immigration topics for the criminal law practitioner. “The crossover between immigration and criminal law is one of the most complex and technical areas of law today. The ILRC is recognized as a national leader in this field, in analysis, teaching, and policy work.”
The Crime-IQ Main Screen includes quick access to priorable offenses so that users can easily check whether an offense may be the basis for a greater penalty in the future.
Crime-IQ includes many cross-references to registrable offenses so that users will not overlook a registration obligation.
Criminal practice is filled with statutory deadlines. Crime-IQ includes the most common deadlines, divided into topics such as Rules of Court, Trial Deadlines, Preliminary Examination Deadlines, Suppression Motions and more. The statutes are easily searched on a PC or laptop by pressing the “Ctrl” and “F” buttons together and typing in the text, or using the “Find Text” button at the top of the screen.
The Sentencing tab on the Crime-IQ Main Screen addresses common sentencing issues that arise in practice: Realignment 1170(h) Sentencing; Mixed Terms (SP/LP) Post Realignment; and more.
Crime-IQ provides a schematic overview of the juvenile justice system and links to related statutes used throughout the juvenile court process.
Holistic Representation | ABA Model
Each CIQ offense screen includes federal & state public benefits that may be impacted by a conviction. This information is included, not just because it is informative, but also because under ABA Resolution 107C these are collateral consequences necessary to a comprehensive model of criminal representation.
The ABA urges judicial, prosecution and defense agencies to facilitate a comprehensive approach to representation and prosecution to effectively address defendant’s inter-related criminal, civil and non-legal problems