It’s Cheaper To Attend Harvard Than Pay For Prison Housing

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No one likes having to pay taxes. That is money we wish we could keep. We are told our taxes are put to good use, but who really knows exactly where all of our tax money is going? For example, Did you know your tax money is being used to keep criminals fed, housed, and […]

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Have You Received A Strange Call Lately?

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Have you ever gotten a strange call from a loved one who is claiming to have gotten arrested and needs bail money? It gets even stranger when he or she says that they do not want you to tell anyone else in the family about the incident. If you have ever gotten a call like […]

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Legalized Marijuana: What To Expect

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It has been about 6 months since Californians voted to legalize marijuana. However, full legalization has yet to kick in. In fact, it will not fully kick in until 2018. With that said, not many people know the timeline and what has and has not changed yet, nor do they know what full legalization really […]

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Copyright Infringement & Online Piracy

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Copying, displaying, and distributing creative work that you do not have the rights to is copyright infringement. Creative work includes movies and TV shows, music, books, video games, and even computer programs like Photoshop. These are all works that a person would generally need to pay for in order to access it. It is also […]

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Turn The Noise Down Or Get A Visit From The Police

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Now that summer is here, your weekends are filling up fast with parties at your place and your friends’ places. That means you need to have a pumped up playlist of the latest chart topping songs, a fridge full of alcohol, and the most down to earth friends. In addition to those party necessities, you […]

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Will The Cops Need A Warrant For Cell Phone Tracking?

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Unless given permission by the owner, cops need a warrant in order to search a person’s home, belongings, vehicle, mail, etc. Now in the digital age, cops also need a warrant to search laptops, tablets, and cell phones. As our dependency on our cell phones continue to rise, so has a new question: Does the […]

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When Should The Party End?

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Have you heard of the proposed bill by Senator Scott Weiner from San Francisco that would allow bars to stay open later? State Bill 384 is referred to as “Let Our Communities Adjust Late Night” or “LOCAL Act” for short, will allow communities to adjust how late restaurants and bars can serve alcohol. Under this […]

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Copyright Infringement Makes Its Case With Deadpool

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The statute of limitations for copyright infringement is three years. Copyright Infringement is the illegal copying, publishing and distributing of creative works that belong to other people, groups or companies. Creative works can be computer software programs, video games, books, films, music and more. Copyrights can be transferred or sold to another individual, in which […]

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The Differences Between Theft, Robbery & Burglary

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When a person takes something from another without permission, it is called theft, robbery or burglary. You think to yourself, “those three words all mean the same thing. They are synonyms for each other.” In the broad sense, this is true. However, each of these are distinct crimes under California law that are related, yet […]

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Wacky Laws That Actually Exist

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Do you ever see something and wonder how it could have possibly come into existence? This is especially true with some laws. There are many strange laws out there. Many of them make you wonder what could have happened to make it necessary to create a law that prevents it from happening again. California is […]

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