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LOS JUECES DEBEN EXPLICAR POR QUE NEGARON ORDENES DE RESTRICCION SOLICITADAS EN CASOS DE VIOLENCIA DOMESTICA

Artículo 17-29 ¡No Se Deje! ® Los casos de violencia doméstica son, y deben ser tratados como, emergencias peligrosas.  El público ha quedado impactado y triste al enterarse de los muchos casos de violencia doméstica que resultan en lesiones serias y/o muerte.  Aún cuando la violencia doméstica no resulte fatal, los niños en la casa […]

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JUDGES MUST EXPLAIN WHY THEY DENIED REQUESTS FOR RESTRAINING ORDERS IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES

Article 17-29 ¡No Se Deje! Domestic violence cases are, and must be treated as, dangerous emergencies.  The public has been shocked and saddened to learn of the many domestic violence cases that result in serious injuries and/or death.  Even when the domestic violence is not fatal, children in the home are often scarred for life […]

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LEGAL MYTHS CAN BE COSTLY

Article 17-27 ¡No Se Deje!    Verify applicable law before you sign a contract   No one, not even the most experienced lawyers or judges, knows every law in effect at any moment in time.  But lawyers know that it is important to determine which laws apply to a transaction before they advise their clients […]

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THE JUSTICE SYSTEM CAN PRODUCE INJUSTICE

Article 17-26 ¡No Se Deje! The most brilliant legal minds in history have agreed with and repeated the famous legal principle “IT IS BETTER THAT 10 GUILTY MEN GO FREE THAN ONE INNOCENT MAN BE IMPRISONED”.  That is why the American legal system has established certain rules designed to avoid convicting innocent people.  The “presumption […]

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SAFE SURRENDER LAW SAVES LIVES

Article 17-25 ¡No Se Deje! Child abandonment is a tragic problem that has been growing worse for years.  The news stories about newborn infants that are found in dumpsters do not begin to reveal the extent of the problem.  Hundreds of newborn infants are abandoned each year and too many of them die as a […]

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FIND ANYONE IN IMMIGRATION CUSTODY ON THE INTERNET

Article 17-24 ¡No Se Deje! The Obama administration made available a service that allows attorneys and family members of people in immigration custody to locate them quickly.  Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.) officials have established an internet site that is available to the public to find out if someone is in immigration custody and, if […]

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SOME CONTRACTS CAN BE CANCELLED

Article 17-20 ¡No Se Deje!   Contracts are used to ensure that people can legally enforce the terms of their agreements.  In our society, it is considered “FAIR” to require people or companies to deliver what they contracted to do.  Some contracts will not be allowed by the courts and will not be enforced.  Courts […]

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What is Wage Theft?

Southern California workers beware. Wage theft is rampant in our state. If you think being hired for a job automatically means that you can count on receiving a fair day’s pay for a hard day’s work, think again. Unscrupulous employers are all around us. Wage theft is illegally avoiding paying workers what is owed to […]

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Can You Receive Workers’ Compensation for an Injury from a Fight at Work?

Fights in the workplace are not all that uncommon, and occasionally injuries occur. While workers’ compensation typically covers any injury that occurs in the course of performing one’s work, any deliberate or illegal act on the part of the injured person will generally preclude that person from receiving benefits. Fights between employees can pose a […]

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Can Inmates Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

In California, certain categories of prison inmates are able to earn very small amounts of money and credits toward early release by working for government agencies or private companies, either inside or outside the walls of the institution. One of the main ways the state’s prisoners are put to work is as firefighters, combating the […]

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