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Blog Posts in December, 2016

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  • Failure to Appear in Court, Orange County
    Failure to Appear in Court, Orange County

    Whenever someone is arrested on criminal charges, they will generally need to appear in court. If you were arrested for a crime in Orange County and you’re scheduled to appear in court, you must take ...

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  • Criminal Offenses at a Glance in Orange County
    Criminal Offenses at a Glance in Orange County

    In the United States, there are state and federal crimes. State-level crimes are created by state legislatures, whereas federal crimes are established by Congress. For the purpose of this post, we’re ...

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  • Failure to Appear for a Traffic Ticket
    Failure to Appear for a Traffic Ticket

    In Orange County, California, there are cops everywhere on the lookout for drivers who are speeding or showing signs of driving under the influence ( DUI ) of alcohol or drugs. If you speed on the 5 ...

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  • Proper Courtroom Etiquette
    Proper Courtroom Etiquette

    When you’re a criminal defendant, it’s absolutely critical that you make a good impression when you attend your court hearings. Good etiquette is the key to leaving a positive impression on the judge, ...

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  • Assaults on School Grounds
    Assaults on School Grounds

    According to the Indicators of School Crime and Safety: 2013 report, approximately 28% of students between the ages of 12 and 18 reported that they’ve been bullied at school. Despite anti-bullying ...

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