Month: October 2014

Fairfield Crime Stats

in Crime Statistics Fairfield, CA has a population of just over 117,000 people. The crime statistics in Fairfield result in a safety ranking of 19 percent. This means that 81 percent of the cities in the country are statistically safer than Fairfield. People within Fairfield have a one in 236 chance of becoming a victim of a violent… Read More

How safe is Fresno, CA?

in Crime Statistics Fresno is the fifth-largest city in California and the 34th largest in the U.S. However, its crime problem is significantly worse than in the other large cities in the state and also worse than in most other areas of the country. ... Read More

Sacramento Juvenile Courthouse

in Courthouse Located in Southwestern Sacramento, the Juvenile Courthouse serves as the main location for departments of the Sacramento Superior Court's Juvenile Delinquency Division. In addition to handling juvenile trials and hearings, the Courthouse also provides pretrial hearings for juveniles who are to be tried as adults. They also manage support processes such as calendar preparation, payment… Read More

The Importance of Veteran Owned Businesses

in News Veterans have chosen to serve in the armed forces in order to protect the country and to serve the citizens of the nation. Some veterans have chosen to begin a new career after leaving the military. These veterans often begin new businesses to help the people their communities. This is why organizations are appearing to… Read More

What is Considered Assault in California?

in Laws The state of California, like other states in the union, carries its own definitions of specific crimes and penal codes. Since the definition of assault can vary widely depending upon the state in which the possible crime is committed. It is critical for an individual who has been accused of assault in California to understand… Read More

What to Expect When Going to the Gordon D. Schaber Courthouse

in Courthouse Gordon D. Schaber Courthouse serves as the main location for hearings for Sacramento County. The courthouse was originally built in 1965. It received the current name in a ceremony in 2002. The courthouse is named after a community advocate, philanthropist and legal scholar. Gordon D. Schaber was also the dean of the McGeorge School of… Read More

William R. Ridgeway Family Relations Courthouse

in Courthouse The William R. Ridgeway Family Relations Courthouse is one of the newest buildings in the Sacramento County court system. The courthouse was officially opened to the public in February of 2000. The building is named after a popular judge who sat on the bench for over 13 years. William Ridgeway eventually ascended to the position… Read More