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Dog Bite Laws in California: Gathering Evidence and Establishing Liability

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If you have been bitten and attacked by a dog in the State of California, you have the legal right to seek monetary compensation for your injuries. It is important to understand, however, that simply filing a personal injury claim … click to read more

Money Laundering Defense in the State of California: Potential Penalties

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Nationwide, money laundering is considered a white-collar crime. It is the unlawful act of taking currency from a criminal activity to conceal or mask the source of the currency through a sequence of financial transactions. Money laundering can often be … click to read more

Building a Strong Defense to An Attempted Murder Charge in the State of California

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Attempted murder is a serious charge in the State of California. If you or someone you know has been charged of this offense, it is important to understand that the penalty for such a crime can lead to life … click to read more

Burglary Defense: An Overview of Common Defense Tactics 

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Burglary is defined as the unauthorized entry into another’s property, with the intent to commit a crime. Depending on the jurisdiction, other factors may be included such as:

The breaking and entering during the night, or Entering with the intention… click to read more

Criminal Charges in the State of California: What To Do if You Have Been Charged With a Violent Crime

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Violent crime is not new in the State of California. Violent crimes occur in the state regularly and they are usually prevalent in densely populated areas. While violent crimes exist, many people are nonetheless susceptible to false accusations frequently.

If … click to read more