October 22, 2020
Determining Fault

California Minimum Liability Requirements Among Lowest in the U.S.

For a state as big and populous as California, it may surprise people to learn that we have one of the weakest minimum liability insurance policy requirements in the country.  Low requirements for minimum coverage puts drivers at risk.
October 20, 2020
Supreme Court Building

Supreme Court Will Hear Cases on Remain in Mexico Policy, Border Wall

Even with an election only two weeks away, legal challenges involving immigration law under the Trump administration continue to work their way through the courts. 
October 16, 2020

Naturalizing with a Criminal Record

The option of becoming a U.S. citizen becomes available to most immigrants who have possessed a green card for five years or three years if the green card was obtained via marriage.
October 14, 2020

What is Probation?

Probation is a legal punishment often given to first-time, non-violent offenders who plead guilty to or are convicted of a crime.  Probation allows for eligible offenders to stay out of jail or prison by complying with certain rules and conditions imposed by the justice system. 
October 8, 2020

USCIS Fee Increases Blocked by Federal Judge

U.S. District Judge Jeffrey S. White of the Northern District of California placed a preliminary injunction on the rule on September 29.  The injunction prevents the rule from being implemented until the legal case challenging the rule is heard in court.