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Selling or Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor in California

What Is Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor? California Business and Professions Code section 25658 defines the crime of furnishing or selling alcohol to a minor. There are three ways one can commit this crime. Selling alcohol to a minor. In California, a minor is somebody under 21 years of age. Furnishing alcohol to a minor. […]

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Types of Wages you Can Recover after a Personal Injury

Types of Compensation for Lost Income You Can Seek in Personal Injury Claims If you’ve been injured in a car accident, or a slip and fall or due to medical malpractice or any situation where another person is at fault, one of the things that you are entitled to recover is compensation for your lost […]

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How to Destroy Arrest Records in California

How to Seal and Destroy Arrest Records in California You are potentially eligible to destroy arrest records in a situation where you got arrested for a crime but never convicted. This could be because a DA never actually filed charges in what is called a DA reject, or it could be that the DA filed […]

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New California Sexual Harassment Training Requirements

California Expands Sexual Harassment Training It used to be the law in California that if you were an employer with 50 or more employees, you had to train your managers and supervisory staff with two hours of sexual harassment training, and repeat it every two years. However, as of January 1st, 2019, that requirement was […]

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Categories of Prohibited People in California

Who Is Prohibited From Owning a Gun in California? In California, you’re not allowed to have a firearm in public, unless it is unloaded and in a locked container in the trunk of your car. But beyond that, there are categories of people who are prohibited from owning, possessing, acquiring, or using a firearm. The […]

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Criminal Conspiracy Laws in California

California Conspiracy Penal Code 182 The crime of conspiracy is commonly heard more on the federal level than on the state level, and it involves two or more people hatching a plan to commit a crime such as a bank robbery. In such a situation, the bank robbery on its own is a crime, and […]

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