New Immigration Laws Are 1 Step Closer To Passing

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Members of the United States government are one step closer to cracking down on immigration policies, particularly directed at illegal immigrants and the cities who vow to protect them. These cities are known as sanctuary cities. Across the United States, there are somewhere around 300 cities, towns, and counties that have identified themselves as a […]

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Extending California’s Last Call From 2AM To 4AM

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Just the other week it was announced that… the Senate passed a bill to extend last call for alcohol service from 2:00 AM to 4:00 AM. Now the bill is heading to the Assembly for consideration. One of the main pushes for the bill is its impact on the state’s nightlife culture and economy. By […]

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Odd Alcohol Laws In California

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Compared to other states, California is pretty generous when it comes to alcohol. You can buy it at practically any grocery, liquor and convenience store. You can even buy it at retailers like Target and Walmart. You can buy it at nearly any hour of the day, even on Sundays. Soon, last call could be […]

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Get Charged With “Hit and Run” Even If It’s Not Your Fault

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In California, you can be charged with a hit and run even if the accident was not your fault. If you are involved in an accident, you are required to give your contact information to the other driver before you leave, regardless if the accident was your fault or not. You can be charged with […]

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What To Know About Bail Bonds & How It Can Help You

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If a person who is arrested and granted bail, but cannot afford it, they should not give up hope. 100% cash bail is not the only option to posting bail. Bail bonds are the alternate solution that most people opt for. Rather than paying 100% of the bail, the defendant and any loved ones willing […]

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Do You Realize How Much Taxpayers Fund Jails?

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What some people do not realize is that jails are funded by county and general municipal funds rather than correctional budgets. In other words, a portion of the taxes Californians pay go toward funding these jails. This probably upsets some people. They wonder why their taxes are going toward housing criminals. This can be a […]

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Lesser Known Advantages Of Bail

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The notion of allowing a defendant to post bail and be released from jail is a risky concept to some people. In their minds, it means another criminal who is possibly dangerous and is out on the streets, posing a threat to the public. These type of people only see this negativity of bail, they […]

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