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What Happens After an Underage DUI in California?

What Happens After an Underage DUI in California?

Young drivers can be charged with numerous types of underage DUIs in California including charges for: Any alcohol in their system (.01% Blood Alcohol Content (BAC)) And enhanced penalties for: 04% BAC if operating a vehicle for hire such as a Lyft or Uber driver 05%...

The Link Between Social Media and Illegal Crime Coordination

Various controversies with Facebook have been cycling through the news lately.  Another issue tied to the social networking giant includes the recruitment of Americans to smuggle large illegal quantities of narcotics from Mexico into the United States.  Last month, a...

Private Social Media Posts Ruled Fair Game During Gang Trial

The California Supreme Court made an unprecedented ruling on Wednesday, July 24, during a gang-related murder trial.  The ruling is allowing the defense to obtain private social media posts from social media companies.  This marks the first time a ruling of this...

Three New Yorkers Arrested in La Quinta for Credit Card Fraud

On July 16, three New York residents were arrested in La Quinta, California.  They were suspected by the authorities of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department to have committed multiple credit card fraud activities.  The arrests happened around 10 p.m. at the Home...

New Diversion Program For Criminals In California

On July 1, the new budget was active and allowed for $5 million towards funding a new program that allows victims of crimes to confront their offenders.  The money was used to fund the program for 5 years and it will allow offenders of any age to participate, not just...

USC Student Dies: Suspected Gang Member Held on Bail

Ivan Hernandez, 23, is facing one count of murder and was charged on Tuesday for the killing of a University of Southern California music student.  Earlier this year, there was a robbery attempt which resulted in the death of a USC student.  According to the Los...
Federal Drug Scheduling System

Federal Drug Scheduling System

The Federal Controlled Substances Act (The Act) was passed in 1970 in response to growing public concern about drug abuse. The Act condensed a mishmash of prior laws under one law and created a classification system for controlled substances. Congress expressed...