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What Is the Felony Murder Rule?

October 10, 2017
The felony murder rule can elevate a criminal charge into a murder case. Picture this: you are hanging out with your friends when one has the not-so-great idea to rob a store after it has closed for the night. You agree, and are waiting in the car, looking out for any police or security guards…
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When Is Stalking a Crime in California?

September 12, 2017
To be convicted of the crime of stalking, you must make a “credible threat” against another person. The term “stalking” is often used casually, to described any number of behaviors. You might hear it used jokingly to describe looking up someone on social media, or more seriously, to talk about an ex boyfriend or girlfriend…
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How Proposition 57 Has Given California Parole Boards More Discretion

August 9, 2017
The parole board now focuses more on rehabilitation rather than punishment. In 2016, California voters overwhelmingly voted in favor of Proposition 57, a measure that gave the State Board of Parole Hearings more discretion in deciding whether to grant prisoners release. California has long been known as a state with tough sentencing laws, such as…
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Revenge Porn: Why Rob Kardashian Could Be Facing Criminal Charges

July 10, 2017
The reality TV star could be charged with a misdemeanor crime. Recently, reality television star — and son of the late OJ Simpson lawyer Robert Kardashian — Rob Kardashian unleashed a series of illicit pictures of his ex girlfriend, Blac Chyna, on social media. Kardashian posted multiple nude and compromising pictures and videos on Instagram…
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