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California’s Extreme Heat Law

California’s Extreme Heat Law

Everyone who lived in California recently experienced an incredible heat wave. Some areas hit record-breaking temperatures. The extremely hot temperatures and the fact that it looks like those highs are going to become more commonplace have prompted discussion into the extreme heat law that was passed earlier this year. The policy is called the Extreme […]

How To Recognize A Catfishing Crime

How To Recognize A Catfishing Crime

Catfishing involves someone striking up an online relationship with another person. The problem is that the catfisher is lying. They aren’t just embellishing the truth to make themselves look better. When a person is catfishing, they create an elaborate persona. In most cases, the person doing the catfishing is setting a trap that’s designed to […]

Top Internet Scams

Top Internet Scams

Shortly after the internet was created, the internet scam was born. It’s amazing the number of different ways the internet has been used to scam different people. It seems like every single year, a new scam hits the virtual world and people start falling for it. While new internet scams are interesting and you should […]

Learning How To Be Aware of Your Surroundings

Learning How To Be Aware of Your Surroundings

In this day and age, you can’t afford to not be aware of your surroundings. It doesn’t matter if you’re strolling around the block near your home or walking across a busy parking lot after getting groceries, you must be aware of your surroundings. The world has become a dangerous place. Not only do you […]

California’s Child Neglect Laws

California’s Child Neglect Laws

California’s lawmakers don’t have any patience for parents (or others) who neglect children. The topic of child neglect in California is addressed in Penal Code 270 PC. The defines child neglect as a parent’s (or guardian’s) failure to provide the child with the basic necessities the child needs in order to live a reasonable quality […]

Difference Between Infraction, Misdemeanor and Felony

Difference Between Infraction, Misdemeanor and Felony

The justice system labels crimes as infractions, misdemeanors and felonies. While these different categories of legal offenses have been around for a long time, very few people who aren’t directly connected to law enforcement or criminal lawfully understand how each type of crime is different. Infraction People who are guilty of an infraction have technically […]

What Happens If A Party Your Hosting Gets Too Loud?

What Happens If A Party Your Hosting Gets Too Loud?

Everyone loves a good party, but sometimes a party can get out of hand. One of the biggest problems with parties is that they often get steadily louder as the party progresses. The issue is that the people who are attending the event rarely notice that the volume on the music keeps getting bumped up […]

Choosing A New Mechanic After You Move To California

Choosing A New Mechanic After You Move To California

The odds are pretty good that you rely on your mechanic even more than you do your doctor. They’re the person who keeps your car running smoothly so that you can stay on top of your personal and professional obligations. Considering how much you rely on your car running smoothly, it’s easy to understand why […]

Human Trafficking In California

Human Trafficking In California

Human trafficking is a major problem. The global value of human trafficking is estimated to be about $150 billion per year. California is believed to be a major human trafficking hub. The California Department of Justice reports that: “In 2013, the State enacted Senate Bill 1193 (Steinberg), which added Section 52.6 to the California Civil […]

Understanding California’s Cruz Waiver

Understanding California’s Cruz Waiver

California has something most residents probably aren’t familiar with. It’s called a Cruz Waiver. Cruz waivers are interesting. They are set up for defendants who are ready and willing to plead guilty to whatever charges they’re facing, but who aren’t yet ready to face the actual repercussions of the guilty plea. To put it another […]