California Law

February 28, 2017
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How Does Prop 57’s Passing Affect California Criminal Law?

A significant change in California’s criminal law came into effect last November 8, which was perhaps overshadowed by both the presidential election and the legalization of recreational marijuana within the state of California (although it […]
September 30, 2016

Should Workers’ Compensation Be Offered to Gig Economy Workers?

With the economic landscape changing to include more and more gig workers, concerns over on-the-job injuries have begun to arise. Gig economy workers do not typically get workers’ compensation from the companies they work for. […]
September 8, 2016

The A-B-C’s of Criminal Defense Strategies

Being accused of a criminal offense can be life-altering. If you end up being charged for the offense, your life could be permanently changed with the potential to face years in prison. Fortunately, there are […]
September 1, 2016

A Quick Guidebook for Injured Workers

Unfortunately, many employees fail to realize their basic legal rights as they pertain to the California workers’ compensation system. The primary purpose of work injury laws in California is to protect workers and allow them […]
August 30, 2016

Early Release for Convicts in California – Latest Ballot Measures

Thousands of inmates serving sentences in California prisons for nonviolent crimes could end up being eligible for an early release date. Our criminal defense attorneys offer the latest news on this November’s ballot measure. New Ballot Measure […]

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