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New California Law Will Protect Immigrants Who Witness Crimes

September 18, 2017
The law will help more immigrants who have been victims of crimes. Across California and the United States, many immigrants live in fear of potential deportation or other immigrant consequences if they happen to get caught up in some sort of illegal activity. Even if they are not directly involved, just being a victim or…
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When Is “Accident” A Defense to a Crime?

September 16, 2017
If a crime requires intentional conduct, then doing something by accident may be a defense. In life, accidents happen. Some of the worst things that happen to us occurred because something went wrong — car accidents, slip and falls, or people just messing up. Sometimes, people are charged with crimes because of something that they…
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When Can You Be Charged with a Failure to Appear?

September 14, 2017
Learn how you can avoid being charged with this crime from a Los Angeles defense attorney. Failure to appear is a common charge in the California criminal justice system. Yet many people involved in the system do not understand exactly when they can be charged with this separate crime. Knowing more about this crime can…
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Can You Be Charged with a Crime for Eavesdropping in California?

September 12, 2017
Some kinds of eavesdropping can be charged as a crime — and even lead to civil lawsuits — under California law. At some point in our lives, most people have eavesdropped. Perhaps you’ve accidentally overheard someone talking about something interesting, and you couldn’t help but stop and listen. Or maybe when you were a child,…
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