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What is Misdemeanor Probation in California?

California criminal charges are categorized into two primary groups: felonies and misdemeanors. The primary difference between these two is that felony offenses are more severe and expose defendants to time in state prison if convicted, while...

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Can Felony Cases be Expunged?

A felony conviction can mess up your life. Just because of it, you may lose out on jobs, scholarships, and decent and affordable housing. This is why you should expunge it. Most felony convicts usually wonder if their criminal records can be expunged....

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Why Hire an Answering Service for Your Criminal Practice

Lawyers are involved in a lot of things in their daily practice. They work between litigation, advising clients, strategizing about cases, negotiating agreements, updating themselves about new laws, and other duties. Despite having all these duties,...

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What Makes a Drug Crime a Felony

Possession of illegal drugs in California can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony. The prosecutor’s decision depends on several factors like the type of drugs that you’re possessing, the circumstances of your arrest, among other factors. If you are...

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How to Know If There Is a Warrant for Your Arrest

If the police have ever arrested you or seen them apprehend someone, you know how unpleasant the process is. When police suspect you of criminal activity, they may come knocking by surprise, holding a warrant on the palms. Many people facing arrest...

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What is Misdemeanor Probation

California criminal charges are categorized into two primary groups: felonies and misdemeanors. The primary difference between these two is that felony offenses are more severe and expose defendants to time in state prison if convicted, while...

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When Is Sexual Harassment At Work Considered A Crime?

If accomplished by offensive acts, sexual harassment could be deemed a criminal matter. Sexual harassment is still a widespread problem in workplaces in the United States, despite success in raising awareness of this act and changes in the law in many...

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What to Do If I Get Pulled Over For a DUI

In California, the police can pull you over for a DUI investigation after a traffic violation if there’s something wrong with your vehicle or if you were driving in a manner to suggest operating under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The police only...

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