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    What is a Bench Warrant?

    California has three different types of warrants. Each one serves a different purpose. Search warrants and arrest warrants are the ones that most people are familiar with, mostly because they play huge roles in various procedural shows. The third type of warrant is called a bench warrant.

    The majority of the warrants currently active […]

    Penalties of Stealing and Holding Pets for Ransom

    You love your pets and would do anything for them. Unfortunately, the world is full of people who know how much you value your pets and they want to benefit from your devotion. This isn’t about pet stores charging ridiculously high prices for toys, or breeders selling badly bred animals, or even dog clubs […]

    Domestic Violence in California

    Domestic violence is a complex crime so it shouldn’t come as surprise to learn that the laws dealing with domestic violence are equally complicated.

    The first step in unraveling this complex system is knowing exactly what domestic violence is.
    California defines domestic violence as actions that either harm or threaten to harm an intimate […]

    How to Dress for Court

    It doesn’t matter if you’re in civil or legal court, you want to make sure you’ve dressed appropriately. The good news is that getting dressed for court isn’t difficult. It’s also likely that you have most of the items needed to make a good impression so you don’t have to worry about the expense […]

    Underage Drinking During Spring Break

    Spring break is finally here! It’s time to cut loose, forget all about your studies, and have a good time.

    While there’s nothing wrong with relaxing and enjoying yourself, don’t forget that you’re not allowed to drink alcohol until you’re at least twenty-one years old. If you choose to ignore this, an underage drinking […]

    Understanding California’s Jury Duty

    U.S. citizens who reside in the United States can receive a letter in the mail that summons them to serve on a jury. This is called jury duty. If selected to serve on the jury you’ll listen to a court case and use what you learned during the trial to decide if the defendant […]

    What Happens if You Give a Police Officer False Information

    It doesn’t matter if you’re pulled over for a routine traffic violation or if the police knock on your front door and ask to talk to you, there’s something about face-to-face interactions that causes most of us to panic. This panic can result in us making some bad choices. A perfect example of this […]

    Community Service in Criminal Cases

    Many people find that they have to complete a specific number of hours of community service as a part of their sentence. Some people love this because community service can reduce fines and jail time. Others hate having to do so much work without getting paid.

    Judges have the right to make community service a […]

    When Does a Prank Go too Far?

    Most of us have been involved in pranks, both as the person pulling the prank on another and as someone who has been pranked. In most cases, the pranks are fun and no one is emotionally or physically hurt, but there is always an exception.

    The best indicator that a prank has gone too far […]