Entries by Ginny Walia

10 Ways To Fight and Beat California DUI Charges

Individuals who are facing DUI charges confront very serious consequences, including the possibility of losing their driving privileges, being thrown behind bars, having to pay a large fine and having to comply with court restrictions. To avoid these negative consequences, it is important that they lodge a viable defense with an experienced DUI attorney. The […]

California’s “Yes Means Yes” Law

California Universities To Apply “Yes Means Yes” Rule in Disciplinary Hearings Public Concern About Rape On College Campuses College rape cases have been making headlines across the country. A common theme in these cases is criticism of college administration for failing to take the complaints of alleged victims seriously. In response to these criticisms, Governor […]

California Driver Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants

Undocumented Immigrants Can Now Legally Drive The New Year brought not only a change in the calendar, but also put a new law into effect in California that directly benefits undocumented immigrants. On January 1, 2015 AR 30 made it possible for undocumented immigrants to get a California Driver’s License. Provided they can show “reasonable […]

The Right to Not Be Searched Is Weakening

Supreme Court: Ignorance of the Law is No Excuse… Except for the Police. The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution protects us all from “unreasonable searches and seizures”. Put another way, the Fourth Amendment is supposed to make it so officers have to have a reasonable suspicion that you are violating the law before they invade […]