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Drug Distribution Charges in California

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When a person is caught with drugs, the level of consequences he or she will face vary depending on many factors, such as the type of drug, the amount of drug, and whether the person has previously been convicted of … click to read more

Having a Juvenile Record Sealed in California

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If you committed a criminal offense when you were a juvenile, that criminal record can sometimes follow you into adulthood. Starting out with a criminal record can create many disadvantages. For instance, a criminal record can show up on job … click to read more

Illegal Searches in California

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The Constitution of the United States protects a person’s right to avoid unreasonable searches and seizures. The government is bound by laws and regulations that prevent the police from searching people without cause. In many cases, police will actually require … click to read more

Video and Audio Recordings in Divorce

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Contentious divorces can often involve a lot of “he said she said” situations. One partner may accuse the other of being abusive. In some cases, these allegations, even if true, might prove difficult to prove. In other scenarios, a spouse … click to read more

Were You Illegally Pulled Over When You Got Your DUI?

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The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution makes it illegal for law enforcement to carry out unreasonable searches and seizures. Because of this, police officers have to follow specific rules when they pull over cars and stop drivers. An … click to read more