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What Happens If a Victim Refuses to Testify - Are Charges Dropped?
What Happens If a Victim Refuses to Testify - Are Charges Dropped?

Will A Prosecutor Dismiss A Case If A Victim Refuses to Testify? A victim in a criminal case may choose not to testify for a variety of reasons. – but what does this mean for your case? Does that mean the prosecutor will be forced to dismiss your case and drop all the ...

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    The truth is – sex in public is risky business. Despite the risk of someone catching you ”in the act” it happens all the time. Perhaps it’s the very ...

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  • Violating A Quarantine Order Is A Crime In Los Angeles

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    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 ...

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    California law provides protection from abuse for Elder and Dependent Adults in the form of restraining orders. These restraining orders are a ...

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  • Is Giving False Information To The DMV A Crime in Los Angeles?

    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 ...

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