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Courtroom Secrets Part 1 – Things Law School Doesn’t Teach You About Criminal Courts

All lawyers can agree that law school can be a grueling experience and studying for the bar can be downright painful.   Future lawyer take numerous courses on the law, legal analysis and trial advocacy.  However, there are few if any courses on what really goes on in a courtroom….especially in criminal courts.  Here are justContinue Reading

Torrance Expungements – What Employers Cannot Ask About

California Labor Code states than an employer cannot ask someone applying for a job for information about an arrest or detention that did not end up in a conviction.  So, if you are applying for a job and you happen to have a conviction arising out of the Torrance Courthouse, they cannot ask about theContinue Reading

Driving Suspended License California? Fix it Now

Driving Suspended License California VC 14601 Tickets, Warrants, Arrests, Impounds, driving without a license while looking in your rear view mirror constantly wondering when the next adventure comes.  Riding the bus, getting rides, insurance, registration problems, the whole deal.  It all comes from driving suspended license California.  How did you get here?   Well mostContinue Reading

California AB 60 Passes, 2 Million Undocumented Immigrants Eligible for Drivers Licenses

Late last night the California State Legislature signed California AB 60 which will allow over 2 million undocumented immigrants to obtain a valid California Drivers License….sort of.    There appears to be an ongoing debate right now about whether California AB 60 will allow a drivers “license” or just a driving “privilege”.    Either way,Continue Reading

HANDLE YOUR LOS ANGELES BENCH WARRANT ONCE AND FOR ALL

If you’re reading this blog post, you’re probably trying to figure out what to do about your Los Angeles County Bench warrant. You’re obviously worried about it. You must be tired of that feeling of dread every time you see a cop. But understandably, you’re afraid to go to court. Are they going to slapContinue Reading