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Blog Posts in March, 2016

  • What Is the Difference Between Murder & Manslaughter?

    || 28-Mar-2016

    While the law has a reputation for being cut-and-dry, there are some legal distinctions that are incredibly fine or hard to define. When the law tries to make room for human nature and natural failings, there will usually arise a legal distinction that is a little...difficult to demonstrate. When it comes to high-level crimes, few things are as hard to delineate as the difference between ...
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  • Can I Refuse a Chemical Test?

    || 14-Mar-2016

    In California, every person who receives a license automatically subjects themselves to the implied consent law (Cal. Veh. Code § 23612(a)(1)(B)). That means by applying for a license, you are also signing away your right to refuse a blood, breath, or urine test when pulled over lawfully. The only option the law gives you is which test to take. As many people know, if the test reads a blood ...
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  • A History of the Death Penalty in California

    || 7-Mar-2016

    Capital punishment, or the death penalty, is a legal sentencing option in the state of California. Since the state’s first recorded death sentence in 1778, 722 executions have taken place. More than 700 inmates currently serving time on death row, though executions are currently on hold due to pending litigation. Methods of Execution in California Capital punishment has been carried out via ...
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