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State of California Domestic Battery Law: Penal Code §243(E)(1)

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Domestic battery charges in California are commonly referred to as spousal assault or spousal battery charges under Penal Code §243(E)(1). If you or someone you know has been injured as a result of domestic violence, the State of California has … click to read more

Protecting Your Rights: Understanding the Search and Seizure Law

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The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects people from unlawful and unreasonable searches and seizures. For the most part, it places a limit on police when they are making an arrest. If you have been recently arrested and are … click to read more

Identifying Elements Necessary for a Real Estate Fraud Charge in the State of California

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When a person or group of people have made a misrepresentation or have otherwise used false information to exploit another during a real estate purchase or sale, this is known as real estate fraud. Most cases involving real estate … click to read more

California Divorce Law: Protecting Your Rights in the Era of Social Media Use

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Without a doubt, we live in a world that is drastically impacted by the use of social media platforms. According to reports, approximately 80 percent of the population in the United States uses some form of social media platform.… click to read more

How to Protect Your Rights After a Physical or Mental Impairment Has Affected Your Driving Privileges in California

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The California Department of Motor Vehicles offers what is known as a reexamination hearing in order to determine if a person should have his or her driver’s license revoked due to medical conditions that have made him or her an … click to read more