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Necessary Elements Required to Demonstrate Fault in Medical Malpractice Claims

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Every medical procedure a patient undergoes is subject to medical mishaps, regardless of the level of experience the medical staff has. In spite of this, every patient should be able to expect his or her medical caregiver to perform at … click to read more

Family Law in the State of California: An Overview of Restraining Order Provisions 

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In many states, including the State of California, restraining order are typically filed in the Family Law Court. There are also Emergency Protective Orders which are found commonly in criminal cases, and civil restraining orders filed and processed within the … click to read more

Family Law in the State of California: Identifying Domestic Violence 

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Domestic violence is a very delicate matter that affects countless of families across the nation. Generally, domestic violence has clear and easily identifiable elements but a great part of it can also be difficult to recognize. If you or someone … click to read more

Criminal Law for Juvenile Defendants: Common Punishments for Minors

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Minors who have committed a crime are prosecuted differently than those over the age of 18. Juvenile criminal defendants are generally sent to juvenile court and will not have a jury trial. In place of a jury trial, juvenile defendants … click to read more

Health Care Fraud Defense in the State of California

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Health care fraud can have several different meanings, depending on the party asked. For instance, for most health care providers, health care fraud can mean the deliberate attempt to somehow take funds from government benefit programs such as Tricare or … click to read more