Blog Posts in July, 2017

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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 ...
  • Is Driving On A Suspended License A Crime In Los Angeles?

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    If you are driving a vehicle on a suspended or revoked license in Los Angeles and are stopped by the police, you can be arrested and thrown in jail and have your vehicle impounded. California Vehicle Code section 14601 makes it a misdemeanor crime to drive when you know that your driver's license is suspended. It is presumed you knew of your license suspension if the DMV sent you a letter ...
  • First and Second Degree Burglary in Los Angeles: What is the Difference?

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    First Degree Burglary, also referred to as a res burg or residential burglary, is defined in California Penal Code section 459 as the breaking and entering of a residence with the intent to commit a theft or a felony. A residence by law is a structure that is liveable/inhabitable. In plain language it means the breaking into an occupied home with the intent to commit a crime. First Degree Burglary ...
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