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  • CHP Launches Distracted Driving campaign for New Year's weekend
    CHP Launches Distracted Driving campaign for New Year's weekend

    As part of a crackdown on distracted drivers, the California Highway Patrol is not just looking for people illegally talking or texting on their cellphones. Officials also will be on the lookout for ...

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  • Do you have old unpaid tickets?---- California Superior Courts are offering a 50% discount Amnesty Program
    Do you have old unpaid tickets?---- California Superior Courts are offering a 50% discount Amnesty Program

    State to Discount Old Unpaid Traffic Tickets California Superior Courts in all 58 counties are offering a 50 percent off discount on some old unpaid traffic tickets. It’s a limited-time “Amnesty ...

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  • California Governor Allows Warrantless Searching of Cell Phones
    California Governor Allows Warrantless Searching of Cell Phones

    Here's another reason to password-protect your mobile phone : Governor Brown just recently vetoed a bill that requires a court-ordered warrant in order to search mobile phones upon arrest. This means ...

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  • Hacking someone's Facebook account can lead to Identity Theft charges!
    Hacking someone's Facebook account can lead to Identity Theft charges!

    Hacking someone's Facebook is an Internet Crime. In the recent case of People of the State of California v. Rolando S., the California Court of Appeal for the Fifth Appellate District held that for ...

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  • California's 2011 Legislative Changes for Sex Offenses
    California's 2011 Legislative Changes for Sex Offenses

    Penalties for Sex Offenses Continue Increase in 2011 The penalties for sex crimes are severe. The legislative trend continues to increase prison sentences for sex crimes. In 2011 penalties for many ...

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  • How California's NEW 2011 Laws Affect YOU
    How California's NEW 2011 Laws Affect YOU

    SB14449 Possession of up to one ounce of marijuana becomes an infraction no more serious than a speeding ticket. The maximum penalty of a $100 fine and no jail time does not change under SB1449 by ...

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