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Blog Posts in June, 2018

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  • Past Military Members: Are Your Gun Rights at Risk?
    Past Military Members: Are Your Gun Rights at Risk?

    Are you a former member of the Armed Forces? If so, like members of law enforcement and a large percentage of former military members, you take your right to bear arms seriously, very seriously. You ...

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  • How to Obtain a Carry Concealed Weapons (CCW) License
    How to Obtain a Carry Concealed Weapons (CCW) License

    Are you interested in obtaining a California Carry Concealed Weapon (CCW) license? If so, continue reading as we explain how to accomplish this goal, but for starters we’re going to briefly discuss ...

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  • Forfeiture of Bail in Orange County
    Forfeiture of Bail in Orange County

    If you were arrested without a warrant, you probably had the opportunity to be released from custody providing you posted bail according to Orange County’s bail schedule or the bail amount set by the ...

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  • Heroin Charges in California
    Heroin Charges in California

    Heroin is technically an opioid drug that’s made from morphine. Morphine is not artificially manufactured in a lab; instead it gets its roots from the seeds of opium poppies grown in Colombia, Mexico, ...

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  • Age of 'Consent' in California
    Age of 'Consent' in California

    Each state has enacted an “age of consent” law. Age of consent laws refer to the legal age where someone can consent to sex. In California, the age of consent in 18-years-of-age. Meaning, someone has ...

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  • Misdemeanors vs. Felonies in California
    Misdemeanors vs. Felonies in California

    We are going to explain the difference between misdemeanors and felonies in California, but first we want to point out that state-level offenses are not the same as federal offenses. You see, there ...

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