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January 2017 Archives

California man arrested on drug charges

While most people in the United States are aware that they have multiple rights that are protected by the U.S. Constitution, they may not be completely aware of the variety of different protections that the document provides. For example, it protects people in the country from unreasonable searches and seizures. One California man may be wondering if his rights were violated now that he faces drug charges stemming from a traffic stop.

California swim coach charged with sex crimes

Athletes -- even children -- who are dedicated to a sport often spend a great deal of time with their coaches. Many coaches establish close relationships with the children that they coach. To some outsiders, a close relationship may seem suspicious on the surface, even when perfectly innocent. Unfortunately, a swim coach in California faces allegations of sex crimes as a result of reported incidents involving a 7-year-old girl.

DUI basics: what you need to know if you're pulled over

Suppose you are heading home after a nice evening out with friends at your favorite local restaurant in California. You're traveling along, listening to some music and feeling happy and rejuvenated after a fun time. The next thing you know, you've caught a glimpse of flashing red and blue lights in your rear-view mirror. An entire evening's worth of fun comes to a screeching halt as you realize police are pulling you over.

3 California men likely focused on criminal defense after arrest

When a crime occurs, police are left with the difficult task of determining who the perpetrators are as well as gathering evidence to support their conclusions. Unfortunately, in the rush to make an arrest, officers may overlook critical information, potentially arresting someone even without evidence that fully supports such action. An arrest often leaves those accused in California wondering about the best options for their criminal defense.

California woman faces manslaughter, drug charges

Those who take care of patients who know they are dying have difficult jobs. While providing medical care, they often establish a relationship with their patients and grieve for them upon their death. Unfortunately, one woman in California who worked in such a position has recently been arrested on manslaughter and drug charges.

Allegations of drunk driving follow California crash

Accidents can happen at any time of day or night for a variety of different reasons. However, when they occur at certain times of the day, such as during the early morning hours, police may be more prone to assume that alcohol or drugs played a role. For example, a driver in California now faces accusations of drunk driving following an early morning crash.

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