April 10, 2019
Dog Bite Safety

It’s National Dog Bite Prevention Week

April 7 - April 13 is National Dog Bite Prevention Week.  It may sound like an April Fools Day joke, but the very serious annual awareness campaign is designed to bring attention to the epidemic of dog bites in America.
April 8, 2019
H-1B Visa

Good Luck! H-1B Lottery Likely this Week

The H-1B visa lottery will likely be held sometime this week if the past few years are any indication. Why do we say 'good luck'?  It's completely up to chance whose approved petition is selected during the lottery.
April 5, 2019
Criminal Defense

L.A. County to Proactively Dismiss/Reduce Marijuana Convictions

California voters passed Prop 64, the California Marijuana Legalization Initiative in 2016. Now, L.A. County prosecutors are seeking to automate the process, reducing or dismissing marijuana convictions on behalf of 54,000 people.
April 3, 2019
Dash Cam

The Increasing Popularity of the Dash Cam

Dashboard cameras, often called dash cams, are car-mounted cameras that continuously record footage in case of an unexpected incident on the roadway.  They've long been a staple in police cruisers, but are now creeping into more and more consumer vehicles on the roads.
March 29, 2019

Liberians Facing Deportation Given Reprieve

Last year, the Trump administration rescinded Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) for Liberians, providing a one year window for Liberians with DED to leave the United States.  The Trump administration extended that deadline by a year to March 31, 2020.