• 15 May 2021
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Consequences of Driving with a Suspended License

Posted by srailawoffice In Criminal Defense May 15, 2021 0 Comment
Consequences of Driving with a Suspended License

Driving is a right, not a privilege. When you lose your right to operate a vehicle for any given reason, you should not get behind the wheel. Driving with a suspended license can result in even more dire consequences. If you are caught driving on with a suspended licenses, you can get arrested and face …

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  • 19 Apr 2021
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Defending Child Pornography Charges

Posted by srailawoffice In Criminal Defense April 19, 2021 0 Comment
Defending Child Pornography Charges

Criminal charges involving child pornography are often associated with internet crimes that involve the possession or dissemination of sexualized images of minor children. California Penal Code Section 311 defines child pornography as any image, video, or depiction of a minor engaged in actual or simulated sexual conduct. Since child pornography qualifies as both a sex …

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  • 16 Apr 2021
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Filing for Bankruptcy During Divorce or While Legally Separated

Posted by srailawoffice In Bankruptcy April 16, 2021 0 Comment
Filing for Bankruptcy During Divorce or While Legally Separated

Going through divorce is difficult. Going through divorce and bankruptcy can be even more complicated and anxiety-driven. If you are legally separated or in the process of filing for divorce while going through bankruptcy, you have the option of separating your cases into two so that you and your spouse can do what you want …

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  • 14 Apr 2021
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What Are My Options If Can’t Pay Back My PPP Loan?

Posted by srailawoffice In Bankruptcy April 14, 2021 0 Comment
What Are My Options If Can’t Pay Back My PPP Loan?

The coronavirus pandemic seriously impacted all aspects of our lives. The virus especially impacted the livelihood and survival of small businesses due to a combination of government shutdowns, consumer caution and depressed consumer spending. In an effort to provide a lifeline for many small businesses and owners, the Corona Virus, Aid, Relief and Economic Security …

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  • 05 Apr 2021
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What You Need to Know If Charged with Child Abuse

Posted by srailawoffice In Child Abuse April 5, 2021 0 Comment
What You Need to Know If Charged with Child Abuse

California laws make it illegal to inflict harm on children. This is called child abuse, or more formally known as “corporal injury on a child.” That said, what is considered as “physical harm” is always up for debate and creates a gray area that can lead to situations where law-abiding individuals find themselves in legal …

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  • 03 Apr 2021
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California Domestic Violence Laws

Posted by srailawoffice In Domestic Violence April 3, 2021 0 Comment
California Domestic Violence Laws

Domestic violence cases have become very politically charged and are regularly treated as “guilty until proven innocent.” Police are required under the law to arrest any individual as long as they merely think some domestic violence has taken place. Even with cases that do not involve documented injuries, it is important to be proactive and …

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  • 01 Apr 2021
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What You Need to Know About Domestic Violence Arrests and Charges

Posted by srailawoffice In Domestic Violence April 1, 2021 0 Comment
What You Need to Know About Domestic Violence Arrests and Charges

Even if the police merely think that some type or degree of domestic violence has occurred in a relationship, they are obligated under the law to take the individual into custody. If you or someone you know has been arrested or charged with domestic violence pursuant to California Penal Code Section 273.5, it is imperative …

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  • 19 Mar 2021
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What Is the Marital Standard of Living?

Posted by srailawoffice In Family Law case March 19, 2021 0 Comment
What Is the Marital Standard of Living?

A Court must consider a statutory list of 14 factors when issuing orders for spousal support. Three of these factors deal directly with the marital standard of living. More specifically, the Court must consider (1) the ability of each party to earn a living, (2) the ability of each party to pay spousal support, and …

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