Monthly Archives: June 2021

Drinking on California’s Beaches

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Summer is finally here. For many of us, that means long, lazy weekends and evenings at our favorite beaches. We can’t get enough sun, sand, and surf. The big question is, can you bring a cooler full of beer to your favorite California beach? The answer varies depending on which beach you’re going to. If […]

How to Handle a False Accusation of a Crime

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One of the biggest fears most people have is that they will be falsely accused of a crime and the accusation will destroy their life. It’s difficult to get a handle on how big a problem false accusations are for the judicial system, but the one thing everybody agrees on is that false accusations do […]

Protect Yourself from Romance Scams

Romance scams are a major problem.  According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in during 2018, 21,000 people were victims of romance scams and the con cost the victims a collective $143 million. That was just a single 12-month time span. Those numbers managed to quadruple from 2015. Most victims of romance scams are women who […]

Tips for Staying Safe While Camping

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Camping is a great way to enjoy both the fantastic summer weather and breathtaking beauty California has to offer. The great thing about camping is that it’s also affordable and usually something you can do at the spur of the moment.  The key to getting the maximum amount of enjoyment out of your camping adventure […]

Computer Crimes in California

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The blanket term, computer crimes in California is used to categorize an assortment of crimes that involve the use of either or both computers and the internet. While all can violate California state laws, it is not unusual for some to also violate federal laws.   As computers became an increasingly important part of both […]

Assault with a Deadly Weapon in California

Understanding Assault with a Deadly Weapon

If you’ve been charged with assault with a deadly weapon in California, it means the police believe that you not only attacked another person, but you used a weapon that’s capable of deadly force while you did so. Many people assume that this means that something like a gun or knife was used at the […]