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What Does The New Presidency Mean For Immigrants?

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With Donald Trump as our new President Elect, many immigrants across country have worries about their safety and status. Unfortunately, we do not have any answers as to what the changes for immigrants are going to be. We caution you now, especially if you are an immigrant or have loved ones who are to know […]

What Are My Rights When Protesting?

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America has seen days of protests since Donald Trump became the President Elect on November 9, 2016. Americans have the right to assemble and protest, but then why are some people getting arrested? What are the boundaries? Here is what you might want to know in case you or a loved one ever plan to […]

What Does The Passing Of Prop 64 Entail, Exactly?

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Marijuana is now legal in California. Whether you voted yes or no, you are probably wondering what the new rules really are. Can anybody smoke weed wherever they want now? Who can purchase it and how much? Here is some helpful information to know about the passing of Prop 64: The law did not change […]

When Being Greedy During The Holidays Is Justified

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Believe it or not, there may be exceptions to the whole giving concept of the holiday spirit, where instead you need to be greedy for yourself. At first, your loved ones may not understand, but when you explain yourself, then they will completely understand. Then they may be in a giving mood and decide to […]

Ready For Rain? Tips To Avoid Issues

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Get ready for rainy days, California! Whether we get few rain days or many, it is best to check over your car so that it is weather-ready. It is wise to review safety driving tips for the rainy season. Doing both can prevent a number of things: 1) getting pulled over and/or ticketed by the […]

Your Tax Refund Is Acceptable For Your Bail Bond Payment

No matter how much or little your tax refund is, you can certainly use this money to help pay for a bail bond payment. Treat your tax refund like just any other check or cash you have. Decide how much of it you’d like to apply to your next bail bond payment and write the […]