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When Does a Prank Go too Far?

When Does a Prank Go too Far?

Most of us have been involved in pranks, both as the person pulling the prank on another and as someone who has been pranked. In most cases, the pranks are fun and no one is emotionally or physically hurt, but there is always an exception. The best indicator that a prank has gone too far […]

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 […]

When Will California Allow you to Leave Your Child Home Alone

When Will California Allow you to Leave Your Child Home Alone

There comes a point in every parent’s life when they ask themselves the question, “can I leave my child home alone?” Many parents assume that California has a law stating when a child is old enough to be left home alone, but that’s not the case. At this point, California lawmakers leave it up to […]

Can You Leave the Scene of an Accident

Can You Leave the Scene of an Accident

You’ve just been involved in an accident. As far as you can tell, it’s not a big deal. You barely bumped the other car’s back bumper. There can’t possibly be any damage to their car so surely it’s perfectly acceptable for you to simply drive around their car and get on with your day. Wrong. […]

Mail Theft in California

Mail Theft in California

Lawmakers aren’t fooling around when it comes to people messing with other people’s mail. The issue of mail theft is explored in US Code Section 1708. It’s important to understand that because mail theft involves the United States Postal Service, a federal agency, mail theft is considered a federal offense. The State of California will […]

The Right to Remain Silent

The Right to Remain Silent

We’re all familiar with the Miranda Rights, which basically grants us the ability to not tell the police anything if we’re arrested. While we’ve heard thousands of television cops recite the famous words “you have the right to remain silent” few of us actually know what that means. The History of the Miranda Rights The […]

Can Police be Blamed for Accidents that Occur During Police Pursuits

Can Police be Blamed for Accidents that Occur During Police Pursuits

On your television set, police pursuits always look exciting. If you’re ever involved with one, either as a suspect or as an innocent bystander, you quickly learn that they’re actually quite frightening. Data collected and published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in 2001 revealed that police pursuits are deadly. During that year, police […]

California’s Spay Neuter Laws and How They Impact You

California’s Spay Neuter Laws and How They Impact You

Most of the people impacted by California’s spay/neuter laws barely noticed a change. The reason for this is because the vast majority of the people who are mentioned in the law were already spaying and neutering their pets. Why California Created Spay/Neuter Pet Laws California lawmakers realized that there was a major pet problem in […]

Understanding California’s Labor Laws

Understanding California’s Labor Laws

It doesn’t matter if you’re an employee or an employer, it’s important to understand California’s labor laws. The problem most people encounter is that the state hasn’t gone out of its way to break these laws down in a way that is easily researched or understood. Minimum Wage California is a bit peculiar because instead […]

Attending School During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Attending School During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Never before have so many parents been confused about how their child’s education will take place during the upcoming school year. Concern about COVID-19 spreading through the schools has caused a great deal of confusion regarding how education will work during the 2020/2021 school year. The Governor’s Thoughts About School This Year One of the […]