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It’s Been Awhile, But I’m BACK!!

Hey, everybody. What’s going on? I hope you’re doing well. It’s actually been a whole year since I’ve uploaded a video to YouTube. I was looking at my channel and it was in February of last year that I posted. Like most people, COVID threw a monkey wrench in a lot of different things that

Is having someone invade your personal space a battery defense?

Is Having Someone Invade Your Personal Space a Battery Defense?

Let’s consider a case in which a person walks up to another, “getting into their face”. The second person punches the first, claiming they invaded their “personal space”. Is that a battery defense for the charge against battery? California Law California law does not admit to violations of personal space as a defense for battery

What Types of Plea Can be Made in a Criminal Case?

What Types of Pleas Can Be Made in a Criminal Case?

In California, there are three basic types of pleas used in criminal cases. Guilty Pleading guilty will result in a conviction. The defendant will not have a trial and the judge will sentence them. Hold a sentencing hearing for both the prosecution and defense to present their case regarding punishment. The defendant who pleads guilty

Felony vs. Misdemeanor Crimes: What’s the Difference?

Felony vs. Misdemeanor Crimes: What’s the Difference?

In most jurisdictions throughout the U.S., crimes are divided into different categories based on the seriousness of the crime. Indeed, the three major categories include infractions, misdemeanors, and felonies. Infractions are the least serious of crimes. Misdemeanors and felonies are another story. What’s the difference between these two types of crimes, and what does it

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