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Can I Get a Job in California With a Criminal Record?

Posted by Dan Kann | Nov 16, 2022 | 0 Comments

It can be difficult to find gainful employment in California if you have a criminal record. Unfortunately, most employers actively try to avoid hiring even talented people if they have a past criminal conviction. Moreover, this should not deter you from finding a job even with a criminal record. ...

Grand Theft Crimes in California

Posted by Dan Kann | Nov 14, 2022 | 0 Comments

Grand theft refers to taking property, labor or money belonging to someone else that is valued at $950 or more. Anything less than that is considered petty theft. There are four distinct types of grand theft crimes in California. You can either be charged with felony or misdemeanor for all four t...

Criminal Statute of Limitations in California

Posted by Dan Kann | Nov 10, 2022 | 0 Comments

It is natural to have concerns about what might happen if you or a loved one is under police investigation. A nagging worry is how long the prosecutors might continue to track you and keep your life under the lens. The statute of limitations in civil cases applies to private plaintiffs whereas in...

Legal Implications of a Child Abuse Arrest in California

Posted by Dan Kann | Nov 04, 2022 | 0 Comments

Legal Implications of a Child Abuse Arrest in California Your world, as you know it, could change considerably if you are accused of child abuse in the state of California. California provides immediate protection through removal and restraining orders after instances of child abuse, especially ...

Accused of Revenge Porn? Here’s What You Need to Know!

Posted by Dan Kann | Nov 02, 2022 | 0 Comments

The State of California has created specific laws related to “revenge porn” because publishing explicit photographs online has become a commonly adopted means to settle scores with an adversary. Committing an act of revenge porn can lead to severe penalties for the convicted, considering that sex...

Proof of Negligence in a California Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Posted by Dan Kann | Apr 20, 2022 | 0 Comments

Proof of Negligence in a California Wrongful Death Lawsuit The death of a person resulting from the legal fault of another individual or entity is termed as wrongful death. Wrongful death cases typically arise out of accidents caused by negligence, medical malpractice cases, or criminal harm cau...

FAQs After a California DUI Arrest

Posted by Dan Kann | Apr 18, 2022 | 0 Comments

FAQs After a California DUI Arrest If you have been arrested for a DUI in the state of California, you will have to defend against the criminal charges brought by the prosecutors in court as well as against the DMV's attempt to suspend your driving license. If you get convicted, the severity of ...

Posting Bail After a California Arrest

Posted by Dan Kann | Mar 23, 2022 | 0 Comments

Posting Bail After an LA Arrest There are two ways in which you can be released from jail, after being arrested for a crime in Los Angeles: Own Recognizance Release This means that a person can be released without any financial obligations, as long as they promise to attend all future court ap...

DUI And Implied Consent in California

Posted by Dan Kann | Mar 09, 2022 | 0 Comments

DUI And Implied Consent in California In its literal sense, implied consent means that no permission was directly granted for a particular action, but the behavior of the person granting the approval hinted at permission. In terms of DUI laws, implied consent refers to the approval granted to l...

What Do You Need to Know About Restrianning Orders?

Posted by Dan Kann | Feb 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

There are often cases where it is necessary to get an order of protection from the court. Women and men can find themselves in formal and informal relationships where they are being physically abused, stalked, chased, hurt or imprisoned, and they need to get help from the court with a protection ...

Plea Bargaining as a Compromise Arrangement

Posted by Dan Kann | Feb 23, 2022 | 0 Comments

The idea of “copping a plea” or accepting a plea bargain is the mainstay of the plot twist on a Hollywood drama. But plea bargains do happen in real life as well for an offender. Plea bargains are a highly popular way to settle out a criminal trial. Estimates show that over 90 percent of criminal...

Forgery Crime Penalties in California

Posted by Dan Kann | Feb 19, 2022 | 0 Comments

Forgery is considered to be a white-collar crime as per California Penal Code. Forgery can be committed in several ways, such as counterfeiting or forging signature, corrupting a will, and altering or publishing documents (bank bills, bonds, checks, etc.) among other ways. Several related actions...

Posting Bail After Getting Arrested in Los Angeles

Posted by Dan Kann | Feb 17, 2022 | 0 Comments

When somebody gets arrested in Los Angeles for any crime, they can be released from jail on their own recognizance without any financial obligation or by posting bail. Your criminal history and the severity of crime will dictate the option available. You need to be arraigned in 48 hours if you a...

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