DUI Defense Law: Understanding Your Legal Rights as a Defendant

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If you or a loved one was recently arrested on the suspicion of driving while intoxicated, the defense against the charges presented will generally fall any of the three categories:

The individual was not actually intoxicated. The defendant’s driving… click to read more

Divorce Law in California: Understanding Property Division

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If you are married and contemplating a divorce, any assets and debts accumulated in the duration of the marriage will typically belong to both parties. A married couple who is going through a divorce will need to decide how to … click to read more

A General Overview of Burglary Charges in the State of California

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When a person has been charged with burglary in the State of California, it will typically imply that the person has entered a property with the intention of stealing or committing a crime. Being accused of burglary in the State … click to read more

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