Gun Control Laws in CA

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Within the state of California, there are a wide range of gun control laws that put a limit on who has a right to purchase or own a firearm.


Copyright 101

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Copyright is a kind of protection given for original published and unpublished works, authored in a tangible form of expression.


CA Law

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California courts decide cases on established legal authority.


Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor

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Furnishing alcohol to a person under the age of 21 in the state of California is a crime. Furnishing alcohol to a minor is classified as a misdemeanor. A person charged with this type of crime can face the prospect of jail time and fines if convicted. If convicted, one should call a bondsman¬†to help…


Arson Laws in CA

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Arson is defined as the willfully, maliciously or recklessly set fire of any building, forest land or property. Even if you own the property, such as your house , you could even be charged with arson for setting fire to your own assets.


Hate Crime Laws

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In today’s world, it is unfortunate that crimes are being committed against others due to their race, nationality, sexual orientation, gender, religion, or disability. Referred to as “hate crimes,” they are becoming more prevalent in the United States, as well as around the world. As a result, many states have passed laws where those who…


Criminal Threats Law

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Many times in the heat of the moment, a person will say “I’m going to kill you” or “You better watch your back.” While these may seem like meaningless words, in many situations they are considered criminal threats.


What is Indecent Exposure?

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Those facing a criminal charge need to fully understand the charges against them. Indecent exposure means that a person has exposed themselves sexually to another person against their will for the purpose of gratifying themselves or upsetting the other person.


Minor in Possession of Alcohol

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The “Minor in Possession of Alcohol” law is California’s official state law prohibiting underage drinking. As with most of the United States, the legal age to be able to drink is 21.