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What To Write In A Pardon Letter?

06th February 2012
Guilt and remorse are two sentiments that fall under the context of that unwanted emotional luggage that one does not wish to carry on with, during the course of his or her life. Unfortunately that does not end up being the case for the majority of popula... Read >
Author: Amy Dyslex

Message in a Bottle’s great Mothers Day gifts, dressed in your sense and style!

13th May 2011
Looking for a perfect Mothers day gift but lost in the maze of Mothers Day Gift ideas floating online? Message in a Bottle’s personalized Mothers Day gifts is just where your search for great Mothers Day gifts ends. These exquisite bottle gifts are ... Read >
Author: messageinabottle

The Influence of Shoplifting Arrests on Immigration Status

10th March 2011
In the event you are inside the US on the visa, you need to get care to adhere to the law. Any criminal charges against it is possible to serve as grounds to revoke your visa and send you home.Many visa holders feel this means they cannot commit any major... Read >
Author: Dan Hammond

Drunk Driving Offenses and U.S. Citizenship

26th February 2011
Thinking about applyingfor citizenship, but got a DUI (driving under the influence) or DWI (driving while intoxicated) on your data? In many states it is still probable to become a U.S. citizen even though you have had one (or sometimes two) convictions f... Read >
Author: Al Kola

Being Accused of a Misdemeanor Crime can Have Lasting Repercussions

02nd December 2009
In our society we are faced with the unfortunate reality that some people commit crimes against other people and society. Depending on the crime it may be considered a misdemeanor. A misdemeanor is considered a lesser crime. There are offenses that are no... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Is Adultery Illegal in California?

20th August 2009
Recently, I have learned that it still is against the law to cheat in twenty-two (22) states! What about California?My research unveiled the unfortunate answer of NO. However, it USED to be. In 1872, the California Penal Code read, § 269a. Adu... Read >
Author: Kelly Chang Rickert

5 Types of Theft Sentencing for Theft Crimes

09th August 2009
Are you familiar with the sentencing of theft crimes? There are a variety of theft crimes out there from fraud to embezzlement, robbery, identity theft, and etc. There are many different types of theft sentencing for these theft crimes also.To begin with,... Read >
Author: Romel Whiteside

7 Types of Identity Theft Penalties

05th August 2009
Do you want to know more about theft penalties? Whenever a theft crime is committed, theft penalties for the crime, varies depending on where you live. Also, different states and jurisdictions have their own laws for theft crimes. It also depends on wheth... Read >
Author: Romel Whiteside

Just in Case You Were Wondering; Here is the Identity Punishment Theft List

05th August 2009
So you are probably wondering what the rules behind identity theft punishment are. There have been many laws that have been passed on identity punishment theft. In 2004, Bush passed a bill that made it tougher on criminals. With identity theft being o... Read >
Author: Romel Whiteside

Background and criminal history check for physical therapy

19th May 2009
If you're reading this article, you probably have a misdemeanor or felony criminal conviction in your past and you're concerned about the conviction affecting your future. Background and criminal checks are common practice among health care facilities and... Read >
Author: Vital Ethics

How to Stop Drinking and Driving – DUI Arrests Not Enough

02nd December 2006
The simple answer is to not drink and drive, and for simple people that is fine. But having worked with persons convicted of drinking and driving offenses for over 20 years, I know the answer is not that straightforward. The true answer is more complic... Read >
Author: Ed Reither

Indecent Exposure

08th June 2006
Indecent Exposure California Penal Code Section 314 defines indecent exposure and the punishment. Section 314 reads in part: "Every person who willfully and lewdly, either: 1. Exposes his person, or the private parts thereof, in any public place, or... Read >
Author: Darren Kavinoky

Petty Theft, and Petty Theft with Prior

08th June 2006
Petty Theft, and Petty Theft with Prior Theft is the act of stealing goods. Petty theft involves stealing goods or services worth $400 or less and is charged as a misdemeanor for first time offenses. Where the value of goods stolen is less than $50, ... Read >
Author: Darren Kavinoky

Misdemeanors vs. Felonies

07th June 2006
Misdemeanors vs. Felonies Most states break their crimes into two major groups, felonies and misdemeanors. The difference between the two types of crime is the punishment involved. Where a crime can be punished with a year of more of imprisonment in st... Read >
Author: Darren Kavinoky
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