Do The Police Have to Read the Miranda Rights to Juvenile Suspects

Do The Police Have to Read the Miranda Rights to Juvenile Suspects

While the act of questioning and processing juveniles differs from adults, the actual arrest doesn’t differ for the two. It doesn’t matter if the police are dealing with an adult or a minor, the arresting officers must read the arrestee their Miranda Rights. What are the Miranda Rights Most people are familiar with the Miranda […]

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Driving on a Suspended License in California

Driving on a Suspended License in California

Several California drivers have found that they didn’t fully appreciate how much independence they enjoyed as a result of their driver’s license until the state suspended that license, making it impossible for the person to drive themselves. Why California Driver’s Licenses Are Suspended There are a variety of reasons your California driver’s license could be […]

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The Long-Lasting Consequences of Drunk Driving in California

Like all other states, California has taken a hard stance on drunk driving. It isn’t tolerated. If you’re caught behind the wheel after having just a little too much to drink, you’ll face steep consequences that will have a major impact on the overall quality of your life. California’s Legal Limit California has different legal […]

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Dealing with Child Abandonment in California

Dealing with Child Abandonment in California

Child neglect has been on the minds of California lawmakers for a long time. From 1987-1995 there was a 27% increase in child abuse/neglect cases. In 1994 alone, the state dealt with 664,000 child abuse/neglect cases, with 90,000 children becoming involved in the state’s foster program. No one was happy about the situation. In California, […]

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Handling Hate Crimes in California

Handling Hate Crimes in California

Hate crimes are a far bigger problem than many people realize. Data collected by the Justice Department indicates that starting in 2013 and ending in 2017, there were approximately 55,000 gender-related hate crimes in the United States. As if the number of hate crimes wasn’t already scary enough, recent stats indicate that there is a […]

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