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  • Attorney Evan Zelig Selected to Super Lawyers 2018 Northern California Rising Stars
    Attorney Evan Zelig Selected to Super Lawyers 2018 Northern California Rising Stars

    The Super Lawyers® 2018 Northern California Rising Stars℠ list has recently been announced, and Attorney Evan Zelig of the Law Offices of Evan E. Zelig, P.C. in Santa Rosa has been selected. Everyone ...

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  • Driving & Marijuana: What Are the Laws?
    Driving & Marijuana: What Are the Laws?

    On November 8th, California voters passed Proposition 64, the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), legalizing the recreational use of the drug. However, despite the recent reforms, it is critical for ...

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  • What Does California Prop 57 Actually Do for Convicted Felons?
    What Does California Prop 57 Actually Do for Convicted Felons?

    California’s Proposition 57 will allow felons convicted of nonviolent crimes to become eligible for parole under certain circumstances. Despite opponents of the bill stating that it would lead to ...

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  • How Proposition 64 Changes California Marijuana Laws
    How Proposition 64 Changes California Marijuana Laws

    While the results of the November 8 th election have been divisive to say the least, many Californians have had reason to rejoice due to the passing of Proposition 64, the Adult Use of Marijuana Act ...

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  • Arrested for DUI on Labor Day in Sonoma County?
    Arrested for DUI on Labor Day in Sonoma County?

    National holidays, such as Labor Day, can be a great opportunity to relax and share a few drinks with family and friends. However, the break from a stressful work routine can lead people to drive home ...

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  • An Introduction to New California Laws for 2016
    An Introduction to New California Laws for 2016

    For the most part, laws come and go without any notice, slipping under the public’s radar because they change so little. In 2016, a slew of bills are scheduled to take effect in California – 800+, ...

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