In August of 2020, a divided panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decided in the case of Duncan v. Becerra that the Second Amendment bans the state of
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Are Gun Stores Essential During the Coronavirus Pandemic?Are Gun Stores Essential During the Coronavirus Pandemic?
Are Gun Stores Essential During the Coronavirus Pandemic The short answer is it depends! Gun sales across the country have skyrocketed as people are panic-buying firearms during the coronavirus pandemic.
Supreme Court Sides with Therapists on Child Pornography Reporting LawSupreme Court Sides with Therapists on Child Pornography Reporting Law
A California Supreme Court decision could have major implications for a law requiring psychotherapists to crireport patients who, in the course of therapy, admit to having viewed or downloaded child
3 Men Exonerated After 36 Years Imprisonment for “Georgetown Jacket” Murder3 Men Exonerated After 36 Years Imprisonment for “Georgetown Jacket” Murder
After spending 36 years in prison for being falsely convicted of murder, Alfred Chestnut, Ransom Watkins, and Andrew Stewart have been released. Their exoneration came after a reexamination of their
Sixty percent of people arrested in California never face a criminal charge. According to one study, as many as 48,000 county jail inmates have not been convicted of anything. In
CALIFORNIA LIMITS THE USE OF THE KILL ZONE THEORY OF LIABILITY FOR MURDER CHARGESCALIFORNIA LIMITS THE USE OF THE KILL ZONE THEORY OF LIABILITY FOR MURDER CHARGES
The California Supreme Court has issued a decision which strictly limits a prosecutor’s ability to convict a defendant of attempted murder based on a “kill zone” theory of liability. In
A felony conviction in California means that the person convicted will not only spend time in county jail or state prison, but will also lose several rights, such as the
When it comes to criminal justice reform, California likes to do things differently. The past few years have seen changes to the types of offenses that result in jail time,
NEW LAW MAY IMPACT YOUR POSSIBLE LOVED ONES SENTENCE IN A CRIMINAL CASENEW LAW MAY IMPACT YOUR POSSIBLE LOVED ONES SENTENCE IN A CRIMINAL CASE
Under California law a defendant who has been convicted of a serious or violent felony and has previously been convicted of a serious or violent felony receives a 5 year
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