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  • What should I do after I am released from jail?
    What should I do after I am released from jail?

    1)Immediately write down the events preceding, during, and following your arrest. Note what you ate and when, whether you took any medication, and as exactly as possible, how much you had to drink and ...

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  • What are the possible penalties for DUI in California?
    What are the possible penalties for DUI in California?

    Even for a first time offense, the penalties for a DUI in the State of California can be very serious. Such penalties include: -4 days to 6 months in Jail, with atleast 48 hours of continuous jail ...

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  • Michael Jackson's Doctor Found Guilty of Manslaugher
    Michael Jackson's Doctor Found Guilty of Manslaugher

    Michael Jackson's doctor was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the pop star's death for supplying an insomnia-plagued Jackson with a powerful operating-room anesthetic to help him sleep as he ...

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  • Do Police Have A Right To Search Your Phone Without A Warrant? (4th amendment; search and seizure)
    Do Police Have A Right To Search Your Phone Without A Warrant? (4th amendment; search and seizure)

    Governor Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that would make it illegal for Police to search your cell phones without a warrant in the State of California. This means that Police are legally allowed to ...

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  • Governor Brown signs law regarding underage tanning.
    Governor Brown signs law regarding underage tanning.

    Governor Jerry Brown has signed a Senate Bill into law the prohibits minors(anyone under the age of 18) from using tanning beds. Senate Bill 746 replaces the current law that allows teens between the ...

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  • 6th Amendment-Speedy Trial
    6th Amendment-Speedy Trial

    Client Charged with DUI, Possession of Drugs, Under the Influence of Drugs and Child Endangerment in 2007. All charges dismissed for failure to prosecute in a timely manner.

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