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  • Es Un Delito Dar Información Falsa Al DMV En Los Angeles?

    Posted By el abogado Stephen G. Rodriguez ||

    Mucha gente puede pensar que mentirle al DMV (Departamento de Vehículos Motorizados) no es gran cosa, pero en California es un delito menor castigable con hasta 6 meses en la cárcel del condado, así como una multa de $1000. El Artículo 20 del Código de Vehículos de California establece que " es ilegal usar un nombre falso o ficticio; hacer alguna ...
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  • ¿Acusado De Abuso Sexual Infantil?

    Posted By el abogado Stephen G. Rodriguez ||

    El que lo acusen de abuso sexual infantil puede ser una de las acusaciones más estresantes a las que cualquier padre, pariente o persona se podría enfrentar. A menudo, los fiscales pueden entablar cargos penales con pocas o ninguna pruebas físicas y declaraciones no corroboradas de la víctima. Si el caso va a juicio, puede traducirse en un caso de "él dijo, ...
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  • Accused of Child Sex Abuse in Los Angeles?

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    Being accused of child sexual abuse can be one of the most stressful allegations any parent, relative or person could face. Often, prosecutors may file a criminal case with little or no physical evidence and uncorroborated statements of the victim. If the case goes to trial, it may come down to a “he said, she said” case where the result will have a lot to do with who you believe. ...
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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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