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When is Filing for Bankruptcy a Good Option?

During the current pandemic, many people have actually increased their savings and wealth, while others — especially those working in the hospitality and travel industries — have suffered, and many of them are facing a challenging financial future.

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Dispelling Bankruptcy Myths

There were more than 49,000 Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings in California in 2020. It is unlikely that many of them made that decision lightly, knowing that relief comes at a cost. If you have considered filing for bankruptcy, don’t let the myths or misconceptions affect your decision. You need to get the facts from an experienced bankruptcy attorney.

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This Isn’t My First DUI. Will I Really Go to Jail?

A first-time DUI (driving under the influence) arrest in California will generally land you in jail for a night or two, after which you’ll be released with your promise to appear in court. But what happens if you’re stopped again, and you fail the BAC (blood alcohol content) breath test? Do the authorities throw you in a cell and leave you there?

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Driving High — What Happens If I Get a Marijuana DUI?

Under California laws, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs is considered a serious offense. Even if the impairment was due to prescription medications, over-the-counter medications, recreational marijuana, or illicit drugs, the defendant could be facing severe penalties and consequences if convicted.

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The Consequences of a Domestic Violence Charge

According to recent statistics from the National Domestic Violence Hotline, on average, about 24 people are victims of rape, physical violence, or stalking by an intimate partner in the United States, every minute.

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This is My First DUI — What Should I Expect?

Your life can be brought to a screeching halt when you are arrested and charged with a DUI. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in 2018, across the U.S., there were 10,511 people killed in alcohol-impaired driving accidents — that's an average of 1 alcohol-impaired-driving fatality every 50 minutes.

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