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Violating A Quarantine Order Is A Crime In Los Angeles
Violating A Quarantine Order Is A Crime In Los Angeles

Governor Gavin Newsom ordered all Californians to stay at home starting on March 19, 2020 in response to the spread of the Coronavirus. The order is an attempt to slow the spread of the deadly virus, and eventually contain it, through the practice of social distancing. ...

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  • Attorney Stephen Kahn (Of Counsel) Has Been Selected to 2020 Super Lawyers®

    Attorney Stephen Kahn serves with Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners Of Counsel. Our law firm is lucky to be able to call upon his 40+ years of ...

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  • Accused of Child Sex Abuse in Los Angeles?

    Being accused of child sexual abuse can be one of the most stressful allegations any parent, relative or person could face. Often, prosecutors may ...

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

    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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  • Elder & Dependent Adult Abuse Restraining Orders

    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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  • Got a Criminal Record? How To Clean and Expunge Your Criminal Record in Los Angeles

    According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics (U.S. Department of Justice) 68 million Americans have become “criminalized” with misdemeanor, felony, ...

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  • Los Angeles Handicap Parking Fraud California Law

    You're running late to work and you need your coffee fix. On your way to work you spot a Starbucks and pull in and grab the only parking space ...

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  • If I Borrow Or Rent A Car Can I Be Charged With Theft In Los Angeles?

    The answer to that question is both yes and no. It depends on the circumstances. A key factor in any auto or vehicle theft offense is what the ...

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  • Can I Seal My Arrest Record in Los Angeles?

    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, ...

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