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Even a first-time conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI) can lead to a suspended license, hundreds of dollars in fines, and months in jail. Multiple offenses can lead to more severe penalties. If you’ve been arrested for DUI in California, you might have several defenses available to you.

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Divorces can be emotionally trying and heated affairs. If one spouse feels especially wronged, or if they are simply a selfish or vicious sort of person, they might try any number of tactics to get one over on the other spouse during the proceedings. With the help of a savvy Rancho Cucamonga divorce attorney, you can put a stop to ...

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In September 2018, California Senate Bill No. 954 was signed into law. The law, which went into effect on January 1, 2019, sets new requirements for attorneys discussing the possibility of mediation with their clients. Lawyers now have a higher standard for ensuring that their clients understand the legal protections and effects of mediation, and attorneys must have their clients ...

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California Penal Code Section 311 et seq. sets out California’s prohibition on the possession and distribution of child pornography. Child pornography is one of the most serious charges a defendant can face. Even the mere allegation that someone possessed or distributed child pornography can cause severe damage to a suspect’s reputation, professional life, living situation, and familial relationships. A conviction ...

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Not all workplace injuries involve an employee getting crushed by a large piece of machinery. Some workplace maladies can develop slowly over time as a result of the type of work being conducted and the conditions of the workplace. Injuries such as repetitive stress or repetitive motion can be just as debilitating, limiting an employee’s ability to function normally and ...

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Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects workers around the country from discrimination in the workplace on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, and national origin. While many states, including California, have put into place stronger protections across a wider range of protected classes, Title VII remains a powerful tool for keeping workplace discrimination in check ...

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