Month: September 2020

Can You Leave the Scene of an Accident
You’ve just been involved in an accident. As far as you can tell, it’s not a big deal. You barely bumped the other car’s back bumper. There can’t possibly be any damage to their car so surely it’s perfectly acceptable for you to simply drive around their car and get on with your day. Wrong. […]
California’s Move Over Law
Police officers, first-responders, and emergency vehicle operators put their life on the line to keep the streets safe. Each time they pull onto the shoulder of the road, they’re trusting that the passing motorist will lookout and drive extra defensively. The problem was that too many drivers failed to pay attention when they encountered flashing […]
Advantages and Disadvantages of Online School
The idea of online school isn’t new. Online schooling has been around for some time and many parents have taken advantage of it. Other parents have thought about it from time to time and briefly considered looking into it but never got around to it. The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed the concept of online schooling […]
What Happens When the Police Knock on Your Door
There is nothing quite as gut-wrenching as opening your front door and finding the police standing on the other side. They never bring good news. Experiencing a moment of panic and indecision when they ask to be let in is perfectly natural. Questions that will likely run through your mind at this point include: ✦ […]
Evading Police in California
Police chases might look exciting on television, but the reality is much different.Evading the police in California is dangerous, especially if the event takes place in a place that is heavily populated by either other drivers or pedestrians. Fleeing from the police, even if they only want to question you, can result in serious legal […]
We’re all familiar with the Miranda Rights, which basically grants us the ability to not tell the police anything if we’re arrested. While we’ve heard thousands of television cops recite the famous words “you have the right to remain silent” few of us actually know what that means. The History of the Miranda Rights The […]
What Is The “Bait and Switch” When Is It Illegal?
Unemployment fraud isn’t new. There have been instances of it dating all the way back to when the system for helping people stay financially solvent after they suddenly lost a job was first created. The high number of people who were forced to claim unemployment benefits when the COVID-19 pandemic struck the United States, combined […]
Posting Bail When You’re Broke
Posting bail when you have plenty of money in your bank account isn’t a big deal, especially since you know the court will reimburse once your case reaches its conclusion. The problem many face when their arrested is that they lack the funds needed to bail themselves out. The good news is that Victorville Bail […]
California Earthquake Survival Tips
Ialifornia is known for its earthquakes. Unlike wildfires which can be somewhat predictable and avoidable, there’s never much warning before an earthquake occurs. Even with the surprisingly accurate MyShake earthquake phone app you usually have less than a minute to prepare yourself for the tremor. Early preparation and common sense is your best line of […]
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