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Can the Police Search Your Cell Phone in California?

March 23, 2017

In most situations, the police will need a search warrant to search your phone. In 2017, we store more personal information on our phones than we ever dreamed possible. From our bank account balances to our weight to intimate photos, our phones contain an alarming amount of incredibly private information — which makes it all […]

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Find Out How You Can Fight a Charge of Violating Your Parole

March 22, 2017

If you’ve been charged with violating your parole or probation then you may believe that you have few if any options. Why? Because both parole and probation require you to comply with all requirements or you could end up back in jail. However, just because you’ve been charged with violating your parole doesn’t mean you […]

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Get the Facts on California’s Statutory Rape Law

March 20, 2017

Consent is not a defense to a statutory rape charge. In most rape cases, the question of guilt or innocence turns on who you believe.  Known as he said-she said cases, many rape cases are all about consent.  But in statutory rape cases, the question of consent is irrelevant.  If a person is under a […]

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What You Need to Know about Perjury

March 16, 2017

You could be charged with perjury even if you haven’t testified in court. It’s a lesson most of us learn in childhood: don’t lie.  And from television, movies and even politics, most of us are familiar with the oath that people take before the give testimony in a court case, solemnly swearing to “tell the […]

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