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  • How Out-of-State Driving Under the Influence Arrests Work in California
    How Out-of-State Driving Under the Influence Arrests Work in California

    It goes without saying that not every driver on California’s roads is from the Golden State. People from all around the country and the continent come to California for vacations, business, family, ...

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  • Different Types of Theft Crimes: Burglary, Robbery & Larceny
    Different Types of Theft Crimes: Burglary, Robbery & Larceny

    There are numerous types of theft and property crimes on the books. For the most part, they can be categorized into three main forms: burglary, robbery, and larceny. Knowing how these different crimes ...

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  • Is Petty Theft the Same Thing as Shoplifting in California?
    Is Petty Theft the Same Thing as Shoplifting in California?

    California law takes a hard stance against property and theft crimes of all sorts. It even assigns harsh penalties upon conviction for petty theft and shoplifting , which are widely considered the ...

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  • How DUI Breath Test Results Can Be Skewed or Exaggerated
    How DUI Breath Test Results Can Be Skewed or Exaggerated

    When looking to secure a driving under the influence ( DUI ) arrest – and ultimately a conviction – law enforcement agents lean heavily upon breath tests to record a suspect’s blood alcohol ...

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  • Do Police Need a Warrant to Search My Car?
    Do Police Need a Warrant to Search My Car?

    Generally, police do need a warrant to search you or your property, but it’s much easier for them do to so during a traffic stop. All a police officer needs is “probable cause” to legally search your ...

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  • How California's Three Strikes Law Works
    How California's Three Strikes Law Works

    Originally enacted in 1994, California’s Three Strikes sentencing law requires, among other things, a minimum sentence of 25 years to life for three-time repeat offenders with multiple prior serious ...

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