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Psychotherapist Confidentiality

Psychotherapist Confidentiality In California evidence laws, psychotherapist and patient relationships are given a level of confidentiality, as there are two forms of evidentiary privilege to protect communications in said relationships. Many individuals seek the help of psychotherapists and during their sessions, they
Posted in Personal law

Cyberstalking

Cyberstalking California has specific laws that criminalize stalking or harassment of another person or their family. However, with the growing pervasiveness of the digital world, much of that stalking has moved online, which has presented new challenges for law enforcement worldwide.
Posted in Criminal Defense

Are Fireworks Legal in California?

Are Fireworks Legal in California? With Fourth of July just having passed, you may be curious about the legality of fireworks in California. In fact, this issue is an important one to understand, especially if you are interested in buying and using fireworks in the
Posted in Personal law

What Are Some Tax Implications Of Real Estate Flipping?

What Are Some Tax Implications Of Real Estate Flipping? In this uncertain and volatile real estate market, some people with available cash purchase relatively undervalued properties, make some improvements and wait to sell them at a profit. Despite the pros and cons of such real estate investment strategy, such
Posted in finance

Debit Cards Are Not Without Their Pitfalls

Debit Cards Are Not Without Their Pitfalls As more people are pushed out of credit card market because of credit card companies’ stringent rules and procedures or more people voluntarily seek to use the money they have not their credit, relatively more people have come to use
Posted in finance

Spousal Privilege

Spousal Privilege In a marriage, spouses often confide with one another and communicate privately. When involved in a criminal case, the law of evidence provides a right called the marital privilege. Marital privilege, or sometimes called spousal privilege, allows for two evidentiary
Posted in Personal law

False Reports – Police Officers Filing a False Report

False Reports – Police Officers Filing a False Report Citizens in society are often encouraged to report a crime to the police. However, they are also warned that filing a false report with malicious intent is also a crime. But what happens if the police officer is the one
Posted in Criminal Defense

Travelling to Canada with a DUI

Travelling to Canada with a DUI The US and Canada, while also just neighboring states, share a long and friendly (most of the time) relationship and history. Given the similarities between the two societies, many Canadians live/work in the US and many Americans live/work in Canada.
Posted in Driving Violations