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Being arrested without proper cause can be a distressing experience, prompting the urge to resist. However, laws regarding resistance to unlawful arrests vary by state. 

Resisting arrest can potentially lead to additional charges, such as assaulting an officer, even if

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Whether it’s a dishonest prosecutor illegitimately suing a corporation or a political rival filing false charges against his counterpart, all these cases fall under the purview of malicious prosecution. But what is malicious prosecution? 

Felonious and civil cases that don’t

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Los Angeles, being the massive and highly populated city that it is (and understatement to be sure), as a whole understands that the role of law enforcement is indispensable in maintaining public safety. But what happens when the threat

The California Medical Board has revoked the surgical license of Hanford, California, veteran doctor Dr. David Wayne Nelson because of a disturbing example of extreme negligence. The board’s ruling resulted from Dr. Nelson performing an illegal sterilization procedure on a female patient, age 31, in clear violation of informed consent guidelines. Dr. Nelson’s unwillingness to

The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects Americans from arbitrary searches and seizures. This means that government officials cannot legally violate this protection. Any evidence gathered during an illegal or unreasonable search of a car cannot be used against the person in court.

But what makes a search unreasonable or illegal? What qualifies

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In law enforcement, “excessive force” is a critical concept that undergoes rigorous scrutiny. Understanding its meaning and implications is essential for ensuring accountability and upholding civil rights. Let’s explore in this blog the meaning of excessive force in law enforcement and clarify the definition and implications of this complex topic.

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Getting to truly understand the legal system can be daunting, especially when it comes to arrests and learning the differences between different types. Today we’ll talk about two types of arrests: wrongful arrest vs. unlawful arrests. 

Although these terms can seem confusing, we’ll be breaking down the differences in this blog post. Learn how to