How Does Probable Cause Work?

How Does Probable Cause Work?

Probable cause, as it relates to criminal justice, typically refers to the legal requirement that police officers have adequate reason to arrest an individual, conduct a search, or seize property relating to an alleged crime. Police officers must also have probable...

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California Self Defense Laws

California Self Defense Laws

Having to defend yourself or a loved one from danger is one of the most terrifying situations you’ll likely ever face. Self defense is a complicated topic, but California self defense laws do a reasonably good job of defining what constitutes legal self defense, and...

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The Myth Of The Open And Shut Case

The Myth Of The Open And Shut Case

The phrase “open and shut case” appears in television and movies all time in the context of the legal system. The phrase, broadly speaking, is intended to convey the idea that there is such an overwhelming amount of evidence (or sometimes lack thereof) that a...

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California Rear-End Collision Laws

California Rear-End Collision Laws

If you’re a new driver, or an experienced driver new to California, it’s important to understand how the state’s rear-end collision laws work. Rear end collisions account for the majority of auto accidents in the United States, so if you are in an auto accident, the...

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