The days of going to bars hoping to find that special someone are long over. Bar hopping and awkward getting-to-meet-someone scenarios have pretty much been completely replaced by internet dating sites. There are several reasons internet dating sites are so popular, including the following: They’re considerably less expensive than going to bars and ordering drinks […]
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What is Vishing?
You might not be familiar with the term, vishing, but the odds are pretty good you’ve encountered it. Vishing is a relatively new word that’s been attached to an old con. Vishing refers to is the act of someone leaving you an automated voice message that deals with something financial. Examples include: There’s a problem […]
Understanding the New Flocking Trend
Burglaries are a problem in California. In 2021, California property crimes increased by 2.4% from 2020. According to the Public Policy Institute of California, 16% of the reported property crimes in California were burglaries. Traditionally, burglaries are committed by one, sometimes two people, who are simply hoping to make some money, but over the past […]
What Happens if I Disturb the Peace in California?
Disturbing the peace is kind of a blanket term in California. If you’re charged with disturbing the peace, it basically means that you did something to irritate someone. Examples of this can include anything from deciding to mow your lawn in the middle of the night to playing really loud music, getting into a fight […]
What is Aggravated Battery in California?
Aggravated battery is a term that’s often thrown around in legal circles that many of us don’t fully understand. According to California law, aggravated battery is a crime that’s committed when your actions cause another to suffer a serious injury. Examples of this include: Deliberately tripping the victim and when they hit the ground, they […]
California’s Minor in Possession Law
Teenagers like to do things that they feel make them more adult-like. They also like to experiment with things that make them feel wild and free. This combination prompts many minors to consume alcohol long before they reach their twenty-first birthday. Like most states, California has strict minor in possession laws that deal with the […]
What is a Corporal Injury?
Corporal injury is a term that we often hear in press releases and media stories. Most of us hear the term and assume that it means something serious happens, but when we stop and really think about it, few of us can actually say what a corporal injury really is. Corporal injuries really are as […]
Will My California DUI Prevent Me From Owning a Firearm?
DUIs, especially a DUI that doesn’t involve anyone getting hurt or a significant amount of property damage, generally are not considered a felony. That means that if you’ve been convicted of driving while under the influence of either drugs or alcohol and are only convicted of a DUI and not any additional felony-level drug charges, […]
Riding Your Bike While Under the Influence in California
The rising fuel costs are causing many of us to take a second look at our bikes. Now they not only seem like a pleasant way to stay in shape but also a viable way to ease transportation costs. Not only can you use your bike to get from your home to your workplace, but […]
What Happens if You Damage a Communication Device?
California lawmakers understand how important it is for a person to call for help when they’re in danger which is why it’s illegal to damage a communication device. The good news is that the police aren’t going to knock on your door and arrest you just because you dropped your cell phone on the sidewalk […]