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    What To Know About Identity Theft In California

    By |July 26th, 2022
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    Identity theft is a serious problem that shows no signs of going away.

    The FTC reported that identity theft increased by a staggering 45% in 2020. Javelin Strategy announced that in 2021, identity theft was responsible for the loss of approximately 56 billion dollars in the United States.

    With so many Californians feeling the impact […]

    Is Skipping School A Crime In California?

    By |July 26th, 2022
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    As a parent, you constantly worry about whether you’re raising your child in a way that will enable them to be an independent, self-sufficient, responsible adult. You know that a big part of this process sometimes involves stepping back and letting them do their own things, especially once they become teenagers. It’s likely you […]

    What is California Proposition 57? What Does It Mean?

    By |July 26th, 2022

    Traditionally, whenever a law/Proposition is proposed that involves crime, it’s a move to actually create stricter laws/penalties. This is especially true when it comes to violent crimes and repeat offenders. In many cases, when you research the reasoning behind the proposal, you’ll discover that crime rates have been steadily increasing and the voting population […]

    The Difference Between Bench Warrants and Arrest Warrants

    By |July 25th, 2022
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    Many people don’t realize that bench warrants and arrest warrants are two different things. While both have the same end result, you get arrested, they’re handled in two very different ways.

    What is an Arrest Warrant

    Before an arrest warrant can be issued, a judge has to sign off on the document. This […]

    The Consequences of Vandalism in California

    By |July 12th, 2022
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    Prowling in California

    By |July 12th, 2022
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    If you’re caught wandering around a private property there’s a good chance that in addition to trespassing charges, you’ll also be charged with prowling.

    Prowling is dealt with in California’s Penal Code 647i PC. It defines a prowler as a person, “who, while loitering, prowling, or wandering upon the private property of another, at any […]

    DUI Conviction Following a Suspended License

    By |July 12th, 2022
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    One of the consequences of a California DUI conviction is that you’ll lose your driving privileges. The county courthouse where you were convicted usually doesn’t waste any time when it comes to contacting the DMV and letting them know that your license has been suspended.

    For many of us, the loss of our driver’s license […]

    Stay Safe During Wildfire Season

    By |July 12th, 2022
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    No one who lives in California is ignorant of wildfires and the havoc they wreak. No matter what part of the state you live in, you should know how to take care of yourself if a wildfire is in your area.

    Have an evacuation plan in mind. Wildfires move fast and can change suddenly. Don’t […]

    Conserving Electricity This Summer

    By |June 28th, 2022
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    Since May, various people have expressed concern that the power grid won’t be able to provide enough electricity to meet everyone’s needs. According to a May 6, 2022 article that was posted by CBS Sacramento, the California Independent System Operator (Cal ISO) was already seriously concerned about whether supply would meet demand. At the […]

    Drunk Driving in California Over the Fourth of July

    By |June 28th, 2022
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    The Fourth of July is one of those holidays when everyone likes to cut loose and really relax. Most of us get to enjoy a long weekend which means we tend to drink a little more than we normally would. The fact that many of us are hanging out with a large group of […]