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Domestic Violence and Divorce

Douglas Parker
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12 October, 2021
California Penal Code 13700 defines domestic violence as a form of abuse committed against an intimate partner, consisting of the use of physical force against an intimate partner.    It can also consist of non-physical forms of abuse such as thr...

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Can California Business Owners Require Their Employees Get the COVID-19 Vaccine?

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Carrie Pallardy | 11 March, 2021

According to the LA Times, at least 18.3% of Californians have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. While there is a rush to find available slots and even li...

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What Missouri's implied consent law means

What Missouri's implied consent law means

Chris Raghebi | 10 March, 2021

Imagine being alone and about 250 miles away from home. You’re minding your own business, taking a nap in the driver’s seat of your car at Taco Bell at 1:00am...

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What to do if your neighbors have a party during the pandemic

What to do if your neighbors have a party during the pa...

Susan R. Miller | 10 March, 2021

If you are on social media of any kind, it’s likely someone you know has complained about their neighbors having a party. Before COVID-19, common complaints general...

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Getting out on Bail in Texas

Getting out on Bail in Texas

Adrianna Ngo | 10 March, 2021

As stated by the American Bar Association, bail is “the amount of money defendants must post to be released from custody until their trial.”   The pu...

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Contractor Law in California: What it Means and How it Affects Small Businesses

Contractor Law in California: What it Means and How it ...

Kaylyn McKenna | 09 March, 2021

California has some of the most restrictive laws on independent contractor classification in the United States. Over the past two years, new legislation has passed to res...

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