Jul 29, 2017

Hate Crime is on the Rise in California

A Major Rise in Hate Crime Rates in California and LA

The City of Los Angeles takes the lead in hate crimes across California. Data released by the Department of Justice indicate that close to 25% of all crimes throughout the state driven by racism and […]

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Using California Jail Records for a Background Check

What Do California Jail Records Show and How You Can Find Them?

This blog post explains what type of information California jail records reveal and how this information can assist you in tracking a person’s criminal history. You will also be shown the most efficient […]

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Crime Rates in California are Not Rising after All

Despite Donald Trump’s warnings, Crime rate in California is not rising after all

President Donald Trump used to warn us against rising crime rates again and again in the course of his election campaign. However, in reality, the overall picture is much brighter than what […]

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Employment Background Check in California

Employment Background Check in California – What Can Employers Find Out about You and What Are Your Rights?

Did you know that about half of the resumes applicants hand in consist of false details? Companies and businesses are fully aware of it, and as a result, the […]

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Jan 12, 2017

Has California Decriminalized Child Prostitution?

Is Child Prostitution Really Decriminalized in the State of California?

Has California decriminalized child prostitution? Senate Bill No. 1322, which has recently become a law, forbids arresting minors that have engaged in providing sex services for money. What the legislators had in mind when passing this […]

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Dec 20, 2016

Attacking a police officer in California is a hate crime

Attacking a Police Officer in California will be Considered a Hate Crime

In the State of California, any offense motivated by racism, religion, nationality or a person’s sexual orientation can be classified as a hate crime, of course depending on the circumstances of the case […]

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Nov 27, 2016

California Police are under attack

California Police are under attack

Nine police officers were killed while on duty since the year began. Sadly, based on statistics released by the Attorney General, on average – 10 Californian police officers are killed in line of duty every year. What is most concerning is that […]

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Nov 18, 2016

California to Reaffirm Capital Punishment

Why did California Choose to Reaffirm Capital Punishment?

Last Tuesday (Nov. 9, 2016), the people of California voted for keeping capital punishment for first degree murder. Proposition 62 gave Californians the option to abolish death penalty and replace it with life in prison while denying the […]

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