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    • Federal vs. California Gun Ownership Rights

      We have been seeing an increasing number of clients who, while allowed to own a firearm under California law, nevertheless are prohibited under federal law. In California, if a person is convicted of ...

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    • California Domestic Violence: A Closer Look

      California has enacted extremely strict laws and penalties against domestic violence in order to help lower the number of incidents that occur annually and protect victims. While nobody can argue that ...

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    • What Crimes Can Be Expunged?

      We live in a digital age, where many things are accessible online. Unfortunately, this includes criminal records, which include a record of arrests and convictions. These records are available to ...

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    • How Convicts' Loved Ones Can Keep in Touch

      Coping with the emotional stress associated with having a loved one incarcerated can be challenging, to say the least. While there is no official rulebook that explains how to deal with such a ...

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    • Why do attitudes towards the police differ from county to county.

      According to Asymmetry in the Impact of Encounters with Police, there are several factors of individuals in poorer neighborhoods that can be attributed to the negative attitudes: (1) illegal drugs use ...

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    • What Crimes Can Be Expunged?

      We live in a digital age, where many things are accessible online. Unfortunately, this includes criminal records, which include a record of arrests and convictions. These records are available to ...

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    • How to Terminate Your Probation Early in 5 Simple Steps

      Should you be placed on probation, your daily life will feel as if you're walking a tightrope. Even an innocent mistake could result in experiencing severe consequences. It could result in spending ...

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    • What Is Expungement and Who Qualifies for It?

      Expungement is the process of having arrest or conviction records expunged, which prevents others from viewing them. Having your records open can make it difficult to find a job, and some landlords ...

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    • How to Hide an Arrest Record

      Did you know that, whether convicted for the crime or not, an arrest may appear on someone’s record? This fact means that when an employer does a background check on someone, his or her arrest record ...

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    • New Juvenile Record Sealing Law

      Seal Your Juvenile Record We can petition the court to seal juvenile records for the serious offenses listed in Welfare and Institutional Code § 707(b) (these are the offenses that can be transferred ...

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    • Modification in California's Sex Offender Registration Law

      Sex offender registration effects an individual for the rest of their life; however, the California legislature recently modified California Penal Code 290, which governs the lifetime registry ...

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    • Quarantine Domestic Violence: A Look at False Allegations

      Domestic violence charges are, by nature, much harder to resolve than a typical criminal case. This is because the laws and regulations that are in place to protect victims can be taken advantage of ...

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    • What to Do When You’re Accused of Sexual Assault

      Sexual assault is a serious allegation, and as seen in the media today, even allegations can prove to have severe ramifications to one's livelihood and reputation. While it pays to always put yourself ...

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    • Can I Get In Trouble For Having Unwanted Explicit Photos Sent to Me?

      In today’s digital era, sexting among teenagers has become a social phenomenon shown to be somewhat of a gray area in the court system. Sexting involves sending explicit (usually nude or semi-nude) ...

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