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Internet Crime Complaints Have Tripled Since Coronavirus
Internet Crime Complaints Have Tripled Since Coronavirus

COVID-19 has driven people indoors, replacing much of what we used to do in person with the Internet. Attending school, working, socializing—even more of this is done online than before the coronavirus. Simultaneously, people are more starved than ever for information, which ...

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Blog posts in Criminal Defense

  • Trial Delays & Court Closures Due to Coronavirus May Affect How Long Defendants Remain Incarcerated

    All over the state, courts are requesting closure or extended timeframes in order to contend with the public health crisis surrounding COVID-19. The ...

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  • Animal Cruelty Now a Federal Crime

    In the past, animals, especially dogs, cats, horses, sheep, cows, goats, pigs, etc., were viewed as nothing but the property of man, to do what he or ...

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  • Who is Prohibited from Having a Gun in California?

    There has been a lot of debate in recent years over gun control, and California is not immune to the hot topic. If you happen to be “pro-gun,” you ...

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  • Not Guilty By Reasons of Insanity in Oakland

    The common pleas (a defendant’s response to criminal charges) in a criminal case include not guilty, guilty, no contest, and finally, “not guilty by ...

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  • Understanding Civil Harassment in California

    What is civil harassment in California and how is it different than domestic violence? Civil harassment is a lot like domestic violence , but what ...

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  • Can I Move While on Probation?

    People move all the time. Sometimes they move because they take a new job. Sometimes they move to be closer to family because a loved one is sick, or ...

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  • Can I Travel for Work While I'm on Probation in California?

    There are a number of jobs that require employees to travel. Some of these include being a flight attendant, a travel agent, an international aid ...

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  • Do Incarcerated Parents Pay Child Support in California?

    When a Californian is facing criminal charges and they’re subsequently convicted, it doesn’t mean their financial obligations come to a grinding halt. ...

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  • Police Misconduct in a Criminal Case

    We need the police to protect our citizens and keep our streets safe, and fortunately, the majority of law enforcement officers are doing their best ...

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