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1008, 2020

Found a Lost Pet? Here’s What you Have to Do

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t happens all the time. A dog appears in your yard or you find a cat while your out on a walk. Even though the animal isn’t yours, you invite it into your home. At this point, you find yourself in the crossroads of an ethical decision. Do you keep the lost pet or do […]

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1008, 2020

Legal Aspects of Owning and Carrying a Knife in California

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ome states have incredibly strict laws when it comes to carrying knives. California isn’t one of them. The state actually has a surprisingly permissive attitude when it comes to both open carry and concealed knives.
The general rule of thumb is that yes, you’re free to carry a knife while you’re out and about. Things […]

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3007, 2020

California’s Attitude Toward Vandalism

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andalism is often an act of passion. Most of us are angry or hurt. We want to strike back at the person we believe treated us badly. We might choose to do this by smashing their mailbox, spray painting a crude message on the side of their house, or slashing their tires. Normally, we feel […]

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3007, 2020

California’s Video Taping Laws

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here was a time when no one worried about what would happen if they videotaped someone. Prior to cell phone cameras, it was nearly impossible for the average person to videotape someone without the person being taped knowing about it. Now that everyone has a video camera on their cell phone, many people have accidentally […]

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2707, 2020

Falling Asleep Behind the Wheel in California

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e’ve all done it, gotten behind the wheel and driven when we were tired. Most of the time rolling down the window, cranking up the radio, and indulging in a massive amount of caffeine is enough to get us safely where we need to be. The problem is that some people don’t make it to […]

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2707, 2020

Legal Responsibilities of Witnessing a Crime in California

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s you were walking your dog, you witnessed a hit and run. No one was hurt, but the fleeing car did do quite a bit of property damage. Suddenly you’re in the middle of a moral dilemma. Should you report the crime or should you pretend it didn’t happen and simply go home.

While no one […]

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1607, 2020

California’s Regulations Regarding Car Seats

All parents know that infants should be contained in a car seat, however not all parents know what California’s laws are regarding car seats.

Infants and Car Seats

Any child that is two or under must be confined to a rear-facing car seat while they are in a vehicle. Failing to have your child properly secured in […]

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1607, 2020

Will the Police Cite me for Not Wearing a Mask When Shopping?

Covid-19 has brought about many changes. One of the newest additions to our lives is the wearing of face masks while in public.

Why are Face Masks Required in California

The hope is that wearing masks will slow the spread of the virus. The idea is that the masks keep the droplets contained to a single […]

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1307, 2020

Unwritten Camping Rules to Remember

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amping is wonderful. Camping provides you with the means to connect to the earth and nature while also bonding with family and friends. The best thing about camping is all the great memories you collect during each camping trip.
The next time you’re about to hit the woods for an epic camping trip, keep these unwritten […]

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1307, 2020

What is Housing Discrimination?

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is incredibly difficult to find affordable housing in California. The average price of a home in California is $600,000 which is double the national average.
There are several reasons for the housing crisis, including:

The number of homes/apartment buildings that have been destroyed by wildfires in recent years
High construction costs
A discrepancy between the average wage and […]

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