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Car thefts have become an increasingly big headache for police departments across the United States. Shortly after the pandemic started in 2020, law enforcement agencies throughout the United States noticed they were responding to more stolen vehicle reports than they had in past years. “Auto thefts...

Aggravated battery is a term that’s often thrown around in legal circles that many of us don’t fully understand. According to California law, aggravated battery is a crime that’s committed when your actions cause another to suffer a serious injury. Examples of this include: Deliberately tripping the...

Brass knuckles are designed to be worn over your hand/fingers. While some people claim to wear brass knuckles for decorative purposes, the real reason brass knuckle are worn is to increase the force of a punch. In addition to maximizing the wearer’s punch force, the...

In California, compounding a crime is something that happens when money (or favors) is offered in exchange for helping hide/disguise evidence of a crime. This could be bribery, paying someone to lie when questioned by the police, or convincing someone to dispose of evidence. As...

Few of us will forget the debate about the mail-in ballots and absentee voting that took place in the months leading up to the 2020 election. It’s a topic that will likely come up again as the 2024 election draws nearer. Starting this year, registered California...