Ave Mince-Didier

Attorney · UC Berkeley School of Law

Ave Mince-Didier received her J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law and her B.A. from Louisiana State University. She handled criminal appeals as a public defender and also worked as a staff attorney at the California Supreme Court. She is licensed to practice law in Georgia and California.


Articles By Ave Mince-Didier

Prostitution, Pimping, and Pandering Laws in Pennsylvania
Learn how Pennsylvania punishes prostitution, patronizing a prostitute, and promotion of prostitution offenses.
Pennsylvania Public Intoxication Laws
Learn what can happen if you're drunk or high in public under Pennsylvania law.
Simple and Aggravated Assault Laws in Pennsylvania
Learn how Pennsylvania defines simple and aggravated assault, when assault is a felony, and what defenses may be available when facing assault charges.
Incest Laws and Criminal Charges
An overview of the legalities of incest, different forms of acts of incest that are considered illegal, pressing charges for incest, defenses, penalties that may occur, and how a lawyer can help.
What Is a Vagrancy Charge?
Vagrancy laws still exist today. Learn what vagrancy is, how current law makes vagrancy illegal, and how vagrancy is punished.
Disorderly Conduct in Minnesota
Learn about Minnesota's laws and penalties prohibiting acts that disturb the peace, such as disorderly conduct, unlawful assemblies, and riots.
Arkansas Misdemeanor Crimes by Class and Sentences
In Arkansas, misdemeanors are crimes punishable by up to one year in county or local jail.
Should I Admit Guilt to My Criminal Defense Attorney?
It's up to the judge or jury to determine guilt. Your job is to be candid with your defense attorney, so that he or she can present the best possible defense.
Juvenile Simple Assault
A juvenile can be charged with simple assault for injuring another person, threatening to or attempting to injure another person, or even making another person afraid.
What to Do and Not Do When Arrested
Being arrested is stressful. Understand your rights when arrested, so you can stay calm and not inadvertently make things worse.