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What happens when someone with a #DUI arrest or conviction applies for a new job? Find out:

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Felony arrests across the state dropped in 2015 to the lowest total since 1969. Is this because of Proposition 47? Find out:

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In certain situations, police can search your cell phone without your consent or a warrant. Find out when this is legal:

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Bail money helps to ensure that the defendant returns for their court date. Learn how bail bonds work:

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An attorney will be able to learn if there is a warrant for your arrest, what the charge is, and what the bail amount will be. Find out what happens next:

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California has recently adopted several new gun laws that gun owners must know about. Learn about the new laws here:

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Cell phone data often plays an important role in criminal trials. But, should law enforcement be able to obtain this evidence without a warrant? The Supreme Court should have an answer to this question soon. Read about this case:

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Orange County has emerged as a top destination for human traffickers looking to increase their profits by obtaining higher prices for their victims. Learn more:

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One way a person disturbs the peace in California is by fighting in a public setting or by merely challenging someone to a fight in a public setting. Learn more:

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It’s estimated that between 2-8% of convicted felons are innocent of the crimes to which they pleaded guilty. Learn more:
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