California Law

Is it Legal for Tinder to Charge Older Users More in California?

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | May 05, 2022 | California Law

Tinder is a popular dating app. It is advertised as a great way for people to meet each other for friendship or romance. Millions of people use the free version to meet potential mates. According to Tinder’s website, the dating app has made over 55 billion matches for people who are straight or members of… read more

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Are Police Scanners Legal in Los Angeles, California?

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Apr 19, 2022 | California Law

The short answer is yes, the possession and use of a scanner are legal in California. However, it is illegal to use one during the commission of a crime, such as to use the messages received to aid in the escape of custody. It is also illegal to install or use a scanner inside a… read more

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California Disturbing the Peace Law

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Sep 29, 2021 | California Law

Some states have a crime called disorderly conduct. California also has criminalized disorderly conduct, but here this crime is better known as “disturbing the peace.” Disturbing the peace is a misdemeanor crime; it is not as serious as a felony charge. However, any time you face jail time or a conviction on your record, it… read more

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Possession of a Controlled Substance: What It Means in California

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Sep 01, 2021 | California Law

Being arrested for possession of a controlled substance in Los Angeles, California, can result in significant legal penalties. You should seek help from a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible if you’ve been arrested for this crime. While a lawyer can’t promise a certain outcome, they can minimize your chances of facing major consequences…. read more

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Are Weapons Allowed on School Grounds in California?

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Jun 16, 2021 | California Law

Violence in schools is a tragic story. A student or another person may bring a gun or weapon onto school grounds. Unfortunately, the result is often deadly. California takes violence on school grounds very seriously. For that reason, the state has passed several laws addressing weapons on school grounds. Generally, there is a zero-tolerance policy… read more

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7 Things To Know About Court-Ordered Rehab

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Feb 16, 2021 | California Law

Court-ordered rehab is an increasingly common sentence handed down by judges around the country. There are many reasons court-ordered rehab has gained a foothold in judicial circles, including the fact that it has proven effective while prison sentences for nonviolent, first-time offenders has proven woefully ineffective. However, that doesn’t mean rehab is guaranteed to work…. read more

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Can You Be Arrested For Cursing At The Police?

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Nov 28, 2020 | California Law

Perhaps the real question here should be where does free speech end and criminal conduct begin? In examining this question, it turns out that the facts and situation involved will determine the answer. Where you are, what you say, and how you say it all matter in the analysis. The basic rule is that people… read more

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Can a Convicted Felon Own a Gun in California?

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Nov 17, 2020 | California Law

California’s gun laws are known for being some of the toughest in the country. For example, if you are convicted of a felony, and in some cases even a misdemeanor, you will lose your right to own a gun. There are other categories of people in addition to felons who are prohibited from owning guns,… read more

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Is it Legal to Live in a Camper in Your Backyard?

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Nov 12, 2020 | California Law

Camping and the use of recreational vehicles (RVs) are a popular pastime, especially in a place like California where sunny skies and warm temperatures are common throughout the year. With plenty of well-known state parks in both the northern and southern regions of the state, there are people from all over the country who flock… read more

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What Happens at a Status Hearing in a Criminal Case?

by Ambrosio Rodriguez | Nov 07, 2020 | California Law

There are many steps in the process of going to trial for a criminal matter in California. One of the court hearings that you must attend is a readiness conference. Readiness conferences are also referred to as status hearings or status conferences. The court may set multiple status hearings if it deems them necessary for… read more

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