In California, it’s possible to be charged with three different types of robbery. They’re: ✽ First-degree robbery ✽ Second-degree robbery ✽ Third-degree robbery What is First-Degree Robbery California lawmakers discussed robbery in the first degree in the California Penal Code 211. This is a felony charge that is filed against you when the...

[caption id="attachment_17273" align="alignnone" width="700"] Worried freelancer reading business contract and terms of service document papers in home office, selective focus[/caption] A subpoena is a written order that says you have to appear in court. This is usually handed to you by a lawyer or an official...

While many of us have heard the term, obstruction of justice, spoken, few of us know exactly what the phrase means or what the consequences of such a charge are. What is Obstruction of Justice The legal dictionary describes obstruction of justice as, “a criminal offense that...