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What Happens If I Refuse A Breathalyzer Test In California?

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When you see those blue and red flashing lights in your rearview mirror and hear the whoop of the police siren, you know the officer is pulling you over. Your heart may be pounding, especially if the scent of alcohol is still…

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Who Can Help Their Families Immigrate To The United States?

People often talk about family immigration without really understanding how it works. There are three separate forms of family immigration that people can participate in if they want to enter the United States with or after a loved one. Each of these…

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Who Can Citizens, Residents Sponsor With Family Immigration?

Many people come to California from other countries for a new start in life. Various aspects of the United States may attract them, and in the end, they found themselves making this country their permanent home. After becoming legal permanent residents or…

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California DUI Defense: Causes Of False Positive Breath Tests

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By now, most California residents understand the consequences of DUI charges. A DUI conviction typically results in significant hardships and penalties. You could lose your driving privileges for months or even years and may have to install an ignition interlock device at…

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Drug Manufacturing Can Land You In Prison In California

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Manufacturing drugs is a felony offense in California. That’s important to know because if you’re accused of creating drugs for sale, then you could be severely penalized upon conviction. California’s state laws prohibit the manufacture of illegal controlled substances and any of…

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