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  • Can I Seal My Arrest Record in Los Angeles?

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    In Los Angeles, you can be wrongfully arrested and still have the arrest record show up on a criminal background check for the rest of your life, unless you seal that arrest. This is true even if that arrest did not lead to a conviction. An arrest on a background check can be an obstacle to employment, promotion, renting or buying a house. Employers and landlords who depend on background checks to ...
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  • ¿QUÉ SIGNIFICA SOLICITACIÓN DE PROSTITUCIÓN EN LOS ANGELES?

    Posted By el abogado Stephen G. Rodriguez ||

    El Artículo 647 (b) del Código Penal, ley de prostitución de California, dispone que es ilegal comprometerse, aceptar o participar en servicios sexuales a cambio de dinero o alguna otra forma de compensación. Solicitar los servicios de prostitución significa ofrecer o aceptar dinero u otra compensación por sexo. Solicitar medios para persuadir, inducir o ...
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  • Criminal Background Checks in Los Angeles - What Do They Show?

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    It happens all the time – you interviewed for the job and you know you are more than qualified, but are concerned your potential employer might run a criminal background check and discover a criminal past you were hoping to avoid. Criminal background checks have become increasingly common and essential to not only employers but landlords as well. Unfortunately, for people looking to turn a ...
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  • ¿Manejar Con Licencia Suspendida en Los Angeles - Es Delito?

    Posted By el abogado Stephen G. Rodriguez ||

    Si está conduciendo un vehículo en Los Angeles con una licencia suspendida o revocada y es detenido por la policía, puede ser arrestado, se le puede enviar a la cárcel y se le puede confiscar su vehículo. El Artículo 14601 del Código de Vehículos de California dispone que es un delito menor conducir cuando usted sabe que su licencia de ...
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  • Is Flying A Drone A Crime In California?

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    As drones grow in popularity, states across the nation are adopting laws to protect privacy and limit drone usage, but what about California? Drones are classified as unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), and often carry cameras, video recording devices, or, sometimes, weapons. While sometimes the visual and audio aids help the operator to fly the drone or create videos, they can also be used for more ...
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