Monthly Archives: January 2014

What to Do if You’re Arrested for DUI

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No one wants to be charged with driving under the influence, or DUI. Of course, the best way to avoid this is to never drink and drive, even if you’ve “only had one or two drinks.” Always place the safety … Continue reading

Misdemeanor vs. Felony: What’s the Difference?

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Crimes are classified into one of two groups — felonies or misdemeanors. State legislators typically make the determination of which category a crime falls into, using factors that include how serious the crime is and what kind of impact it … Continue reading

What to Do if You’ve Been Arrested

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Being arrested is a harrowing experience. At a time like this, it’s difficult to stay calm and rational — and unfortunately, many people who are arrested for a crime make mistakes that can contribute to a conviction. If you are … Continue reading

Crime Rates in California Rise Following Prison Realignment Program

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According to a new study, some types of crime in California have gone up after the realignment program that allows early release for inmates went into effect. ABC Los Angeles reports that researchers with the Public Policy Institute of California … Continue reading