Yearly Archives: 2020

Understanding Reckless Endangerment

Understanding Reckless Endangerment

R eckless endangerment is a charge that’s filed against you when the police believe you’ve done something that posed a serious risk to another person or a group of people. It doesn’t matter if you intended to actually harm the people impacted by your decisions, all that matters is that you behaved in a manner […]

Witnesses Testifying in Court

Witnesses Testifying in Court

C ourt is one of those places that everyone would like to avoid. Most people say that as long as you don’t commit a crime, you don’t have to worry about going to court but that’s not true. You can abide by every rule in the book and still witness a crime. If the case […]

California’s Leash Laws

Californias Leash Laws

Owning a dog is one of life’s greatest pleasures. No matter how bad your day is, it’s nice to know that when you get home you’ll be greeted with joy and love. While owning a dog is wonderful, there are also many responsibilities connected to owning a dog. One of the things you must be […]

Jail vs. Prison

Jail vs. Prison

W hen you read through different crimes and the respective punishments, you’ll likely notice that some carry a prison sentence while others carry a jail sentence. When you’re on the right side of the law, the distinction between the two doesn’t seem like a big deal, but that changes once you’ve been charged with a […]

How to React After Witnessing a Crime in California

How to React After Witnessing a Crime in California

F ollowing the rules and never committing a crime doesn’t mean you’ll never find yourself embroiled in California’s legal system. Every single day, good people just like yourself find themselves getting questioned by the police, sitting through interviews with prosecutors, and attending trials all because they witnessed a crime. If you witness a crime in […]

Ignoring a Subpoena in California

What Happens to Debts Of A Deceased Person

A subpoena is a written order that says you have to appear in court. This is usually handed to you by a lawyer or an official the court has appointed. Subpoenas can be issued for both criminal and civil court cases. Once you’ve received a subpoena, you have no choice but to appear in court. […]

What Happens When you Bounce a Check in California

What Happens When you Bounce a Check in California

We all make mistakes. One of the mistakes that many of us have made at one time or another is not checking our account before writing a check. As a result, the check bounces and you face a series of problems. The good news is that in most cases, the consequences of writing a bad […]

The Legal Ins and Outs of Internet Trolling

The Legal Ins and Outs of Internet Trolling

The internet, particularly social media sites, provide people with an opportunity to share their opinions on a variety of topics. In many cases, this leads to a lively and thought-provoking debate. At other times, it brings out internet trolls. What is Internet Trolling? An internet-troll is someone who jumps into an online conversation and promptly […]

Driving on a Suspended License in California

Driving on a Suspended License in California

Several California drivers have found that they didn’t fully appreciate how much independence they enjoyed as a result of their driver’s license until the state suspended that license, making it impossible for the person to drive themselves. Why California Driver’s Licenses Are Suspended There are a variety of reasons your California driver’s license could be […]

Celebrating Thanksgiving in 2020

Celebrating Thanksgiving in 2020

Some of us thought everything would be back to normal by Thanksgiving. Some of us assumed that current times wouldn’t have a major impact on our holiday plans. The truth is that the past few weeks have revealed that current health concerns are still here, but it’s also gotten worse. This has many of us […]