What is a Non-Disclosure Agreement?

What is a Non-Disclosure Agreement? In certain professions, the work you do must remain confidential and private. For others, the information they are sharing with another person must be confidential for legal, privacy, or personal reasons. While some relationships, such

Tattooing a Minor in California

Tattooing a Minor in California Minors (those who are under 18 years old) are prohibited from making certain decisions until they reach the age of majority. While you may have seen minors with tattoos as tattooing becomes a more widespread

Bribing California Judges and Jurors

Bribing California Judges and Jurors An important component of the criminal justice system is judicial independence. Judges must act impartially and independently, thereby reaching verdicts that are legally justified. If a judge’s ruling is not based on the evidence and

Grand Theft Firearm Charge in California

Grand Theft Firearm Charge in California In California, there are two separate series of crimes dedicated to theft and firearms. However, in some instances, the theft directly relates to firearms. This is explicated by California Penal Code 487(d)(2) and this

Reckless Driving in California

Reckless Driving in California If you are a licensed driver in California, then you will know of the possible charges against those found driving under the influence (DUI). However, did you know that you can be found guilty of other

Selling Synthetic Stimulants

Selling Synthetic Stimulants As many drugs are considered controlled substances and the manufacturing, distribution, and possession of them are banned, those making drugs have found new avenues. Authorities in California and around the world have been seizing synthetic stimulants. These
Committing Involuntary Manslaughter

Committing Involuntary Manslaughter

Committing Involuntary Manslaughter People often hear of the terms first and second-degree murder and sometimes also manslaughter. However, there is another crime as well, which is called involuntary manslaughter. This charge can be used in California if a person unintentionally
Committing Forgery in California

Committing Forgery in California

Committing Forgery in California There are a variety of crimes that fall under the white-collar classification, and one of such examples is forgery. We use the term forgery regularly in everyday conversations and the legal definition of forgery is not
California Public Records Act

California Public Records Act

California Public Records Act You may have heard about the Freedom of Information Act, which is a federal law that allows the public to request government documents and information – and to receive them (unless they are prohibited due reasons
What Happens if You Resist Arrest?

What Happens if You Resist Arrest?

What Happens if You Resist Arrest? In California, if a police officer is executing an arrest warrant or is fulfilling their duty as a police officer and thereby choosing to arrest you, you must comply. If you intentionally resist the