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  • Hate Crimes Defined
    Hate Crimes Defined

    Traditionally, hate crimes referred to crimes where perpetrators acted out against a victim because of his or her race, religion, or nation of origin. However, today’s definition of hate crime is ...

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  • Will I Face Federal Prosecution?
    Will I Face Federal Prosecution?

    Unless you have a law degree, you may not understand the difference between state and federal crimes. In fact, there’s a lot of confusion about state vs. federal offenses and state vs. federal ...

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  • Cypress House Party Ends in One Arrest
    Cypress House Party Ends in One Arrest

    A woman was arrested after an alleged house party stabbing in Cypress in the early morning hours this past Sunday. Three people were injured and taken to the hospital for treatment. Law enforcement ...

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  • Domestic Assault Charges
    Domestic Assault Charges

    Orange County domestic assault charges are taken very seriously and can result in lifetime consequences - even for misdemeanor charges. Domestic violence charges do not require physical touching. You ...

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  • An Overview of California Gun Control Bills / Potential 2014 Gun Laws
    An Overview of California Gun Control Bills / Potential 2014 Gun Laws

    Multiple gun control bills have been voted in by the California Senate and Assembly. Provided that they are not vetoed by Governor Jerry Brown, they will become law in 2014. It is important for ...

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  • Pedestrian Death in Orange County: Could it be a Suicide?
    Pedestrian Death in Orange County: Could it be a Suicide?

    When you hit someone with your car, the after effects can be terrifying. If you are charged with reckless driving, driving under the influence, or another traffic offense in relation to the accident, ...

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