Turn The Noise Down Or Get A Visit From The Police

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Now that summer is here, your weekends are filling up fast with parties at your place and your friends’ places. That means you need to have a pumped up playlist of the latest chart topping songs, a fridge full of alcohol, and the most down to earth friends. In addition to those party necessities, you […]

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Will The Cops Need A Warrant For Cell Phone Tracking?

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Unless given permission by the owner, cops need a warrant in order to search a person’s home, belongings, vehicle, mail, etc. Now in the digital age, cops also need a warrant to search laptops, tablets, and cell phones. As our dependency on our cell phones continue to rise, so has a new question: Does the […]

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When Should The Party End?

Don’t Get a DUI on New Year’s Eve

Have you heard of the proposed bill by Senator Scott Weiner from San Francisco that would allow bars to stay open later? State Bill 384 is referred to as “Let Our Communities Adjust Late Night” or “LOCAL Act” for short, will allow communities to adjust how late restaurants and bars can serve alcohol. Under this […]

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Copyright Infringement Makes Its Case With Deadpool

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The statute of limitations for copyright infringement is three years. Copyright Infringement is the illegal copying, publishing and distributing of creative works that belong to other people, groups or companies. Creative works can be computer software programs, video games, books, films, music and more. Copyrights can be transferred or sold to another individual, in which […]

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The Differences Between Theft, Robbery & Burglary

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When a person takes something from another without permission, it is called theft, robbery or burglary. You think to yourself, “those three words all mean the same thing. They are synonyms for each other.” In the broad sense, this is true. However, each of these are distinct crimes under California law that are related, yet […]

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Fourth of July terror warning issued by FBI, Homeland Security

Federal authorities have warned local law enforcement officials across the country about a heightened concern involving possible terror attacks targeting the July 4th holiday, a U.S. law enforcement official said. While there was no specific or credible threat of attack, the official said the intelligence bulletin prepared by the Department of Homeland Security and the […]

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U.S. Boosting Security Measures Ahead of July 4th Celebration

U.S. law enforcement officials are boosting security measures ahead of the Fourth of July holiday, authorities said Tuesday. More police are being deployed to prominent locations because of concerns of terrorist threats, including some from suspected ISIS supporters in the U.S. who may heed the group’s call to carry out attacks. The FBI, Department of […]

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What To Do If You’ve Been Accused Of A Hate Crime

As you know, a couple weeks ago, there was a shooting at a historic African-American church in South Carolina. A young Caucasian man killed nine African-American men and women. This was ruled a hate crime. Every state has their own laws against hate crimes and resulting consequences, but you can guess they’re all pretty close […]

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Current Events: The Vanderbilt Rape Case

The 2013 Vanderbilt rape case has attracted nationwide attention: four college football players were arrested and charged for the rape of a female student. Two men went to trial first but just recently, the judge declared a mistrial. The two men were allowed to post bail a second time as they await the time until […]

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