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  • Violating A Court Order In Los Angeles: Contempt of Court

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    A court order is a ruling, direction or instruction issued by a court or judge requiring a person to do or abstain from doing certain acts. Willful violation of a court order is a crime in California, charged as Contempt of Court and prosecuted under California Penal Code section 166. If you are accused of violating a court order, we can help. Call and schedule a consultation with one of our ...
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  • Elder & Dependent Adult Abuse Restraining Orders

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    California law provides protection from abuse for Elder and Dependent Adults in the form of restraining orders. These restraining orders are a powerful tool that can be used to stop the conduct of a person abusing an Elder or Dependent Adult. An Elder Adult refers to any person 65 years or older; a Dependent Adult is any person between the ages of 18-64 years of age who has physical or mental ...
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  • Is Giving False Information To The DMV A Crime in Los Angeles?

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    Many people may think that lying to the DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) is no big deal, but in California it is misdemeanor crime punishable by up to 6 months in county jail as well as a $1000 fine. California Vehicle Code section 20 states “ It is unlawful to use a false or fictitious name; to knowingly make any false statement; or conceal any material fact in any document filed with the ...
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  • ¿HA SIDO ACUSADO DE ABUSO DE MENORES?

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    Si está siendo investigado o acusado de abuso de menores, debe consultar inmediatamente con un abogado con experiencia en defensa penal. No hable, bajo ninguna circunstancia, con la policía ni con nadie sobre los alegatos de Abuso de Menores antes de contratar a un abogado. Todo lo que diga puede y será usado en su contra en un caso penal. Hablar con la policía, la ...
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