Tag Archives: payment plans bail bonds

Drug Possession in California

Drug Possession in California

You aren’t allowed to have any drugs that are prohibited in the State of California with you. If you’re caught with illegal drugs, you’ll be charged with drug possession. You can be charged with drug possession if: ✨ You have drugs on your person ✨ If there are drugs in your home ✨ If you […]

Gross Vehicular Manslaughter in California

Gross Vehicular Manslaughter in California

Haven’t heard of gross vehicular manslaughter before? You’re not alone. Many people don’t know that this particular California crime exists until they’ve been charged with it. Everyone knows that driving is dangerous. All it takes is one moment of inattention for a potentially fatal accident to occur. In most cases, the accident is just that. […]

California’s Extreme Heat Law

California's Extreme Heat Law

Everyone who lived in California recently experienced an incredible heat wave. Some areas hit record-breaking temperatures. The extremely hot temperatures and the fact that it looks like those highs are going to become more commonplace have prompted discussion into the extreme heat law that was passed earlier this year. The policy is called the Extreme […]

The Most Common Crimes in California

The Most Common Crimes in California

There are some crimes that the California court system deals with more than others. DUIs It doesn’t seem to matter how often drivers are warned about the dangers of drinking and driving, people are still doing just that. Every single day, someone in California gets caught driving after they’ve had too much to drink. This […]

What To Know About Identity Theft

What To Know About Identity Theft

Identity theft is a serious problem that shows no signs of going away. The FTC reported that identity theft increased by a staggering 45% in 2020. Javelin Strategy announced that in 2021, identity theft was responsible for the loss of approximately 56 billion dollars in the United States. With so many Californians feeling the impact […]

What is insider trading and when is it illegal?

What is insider trading and when is it illegal?

Insider trading is a strange thing that many people who aren’t actively involved in stock trading and investing fail to fully understand. The average person doesn’t usually have to worry about insider trading simply because they lack the knowledge needed to benefit from it. The idea behind insider trading is that someone who has a […]

What is Aiding and Abetting

Bail and White-Collar Crimes

Aiding and abetting in California is the act of actively encouraging someone to commit a crime. In some situations, it could be that you did something like provide a weapon, offered to give the suspect a ride, or simply made sure you pushed some key psychological buttons that resulted in a crime. Most people who […]

2 New Tax Laws You Should Know About for 2022

2 New Tax Laws You Should Know About for 2022

Nothing stays the same and taxes are no exception. Every single year, the IRS changes things up. It’s in your best interest to take a few minutes and review the new tax laws for 2022 that will come into play when you work on your 2021 tax return so you’ll know if they’re going to […]

Operating a Drug House in California

Operating a Drug House in California

Drugs are a serious problem in California, particularly in the state’s large cities. Psychology Today reported that in 2018 in San Fransisco alone there were an estimated 22,000 people who routinely used intravenous drugs. A majority of these people were addicted to heroin, methamphetamines, and prescription opioids. The ever-increasing number of drug addictions happening throughout […]

Could the Three Strike Law Change?

Could the Three Strike Law Change?

California’s three-strikes law has been around for a long time. Since its inception, the law has been hotly contested. Fans of the three-strike law point out that it’s an excellent way to keep dangerous criminals off the streets. The same experts are also quick to point out that the individuals who run afoul of the […]