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Strange Laws From Around The United State

It probably comes as no surprise to anybody that politicians do not always come up with the best ideas when it comes to laws. Many times, it can be argued that their hearts were in the right place, they simply failed on the delivery of the new law. Others times, there is simply no explanation […]

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Stunts Gone Wrong

The rise of YouTube has created several celebrities on the web. The site has made it possible for ordinary people to create their own fame. This has led to hundreds of thousands of people trying to climb their way to the top. Some of these people, attempt to do crazy or insane stunts to gain […]

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When Can You Break Into A Car Without Getting Into Trouble?

Toward the end of last year, California finally made it a law to protect citizens who, in good faith and after exhausting all other options to no avail, break into hot vehicles to rescue a dog. Since the law has gone into effect, there have been few incidences where such action needed to take place. […]

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Turn The Noise Down Or Get A Visit From The Police

Now that summer is here, your weekends are filling up fast with parties at your place and your friends’ places. That means you need to have a pumped up playlist of the latest chart topping songs, a fridge full of alcohol, and the most down to earth friends. In addition to those party necessities, you […]

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Will The Cops Need A Warrant For Cell Phone Tracking?

Unless given permission by the owner, cops need a warrant in order to search a person’s home, belongings, vehicle, mail, etc. Now in the digital age, cops also need a warrant to search laptops, tablets, and cell phones. As our dependency on our cell phones continue to rise, so has a new question: Does the […]

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When Should The Party End?

Have you heard of the proposed bill by Senator Scott Weiner from San Francisco that would allow bars to stay open later? State Bill 384 is referred to as “Let Our Communities Adjust Late Night” or “LOCAL Act” for short, will allow communities to adjust how late restaurants and bars can serve alcohol. Under this […]

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Copyright Infringement Makes Its Case With Deadpool

The statute of limitations for copyright infringement is three years. Copyright Infringement is the illegal copying, publishing and distributing of creative works that belong to other people, groups or companies. Creative works can be computer software programs, video games, books, films, music and more. Copyrights can be transferred or sold to another individual, in which […]

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The Differences Between Theft, Robbery & Burglary

When a person takes something from another without permission, it is called theft, robbery or burglary. You think to yourself, “those three words all mean the same thing. They are synonyms for each other.” In the broad sense, this is true. However, each of these are distinct crimes under California law that are related, yet […]

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