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Latest - 08 July, 2020
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  • Criminal Defense, Felonies, & Misdemeanors
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  • Patty Lamberti
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  • 07 July, 2020
You Have a Doctor, Dentist and Car Mechanic. So Why Don’t You Have a Lawyer?

When you are sick with something beyond the regular old cold or flu, you have a doctor who you know and trust. You pick up your phone, find the doctor...

  • Cassidy Chansirik
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  • 07 July, 2020

Yesterday, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that international students enrolled in colleges that are offering online...

  • Trang Nguyen
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  • 06 July, 2020

The CARES Act, passed in March, protected most renters from being evicted until July 25th (not all tenants are protected, however. It largely dep...

  • Sona Sulakian
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  • 06 July, 2020

In California, many people were laid off as the Coronavirus spread across the state. If you are one of them, you may be wondering what will happe...

  • Sona Sulakian
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  • 04 July, 2020

Need a break from reading news, but still want to educate yourself about some of the most serious issues facing our society? We've put togeth...

  • Chris Wojcik
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  • 03 July, 2020

It's not a carefree 4th of July this year. Coronavirus cases are rising around the nation (and world), despite months of efforts to flatten t...

  • Niki Brown
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  • 02 July, 2020

As states re-open and warm weather prevails, you may be itching to to get back to golfing and fishing.  Across the nation, most golf cour...

  • Sona Sulakian
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  • 02 July, 2020

The deteriorating COVID-19 situation in California has prompted Governor Gavin Newsom to order restaurants in 19 counties (including Los Angeles ...

  • Sona Sulakian
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  • 02 July, 2020

We're heading into a holiday that typically involves large gatherings of people, laughter and overindulgence. But this 4th of July is like...

  • Stephanie Cortes
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  • 01 July, 2020

According to the National Institutes of Health, “In 2018, 20.5 million people aged 16 or older in the United States drove under the influen...

  • Sona Sulakian
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  • 01 July, 2020

Last week, Dr. Anthony Fauci said that he fears a Coronavirus vaccine may not be enough to achieve herd immunity because so many Americans o...

  • Carlee Sutera
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  • 01 July, 2020

Covid-19 is stronger than ever in certain states. Texas has their  highest hospitalization rates since the pandemic began. As of Jun...

  • Cassidy Chansirik
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  • 30 June, 2020

As voting season approaches in November, it’s important to learn about laws, and how they impact our communities.  Here are the bes...

  • Trang Nguyen
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  • 30 June, 2020

On June 18th, 2020, The Supreme Court ruled that the Trump administration cannot immediately end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals prote...

  • Zoey Ellis
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  • 30 June, 2020

The clock is ticking on Pride Month. Here are 6 organizations that are working to protect LGBTQ rights and spread awareness.  If ...

  • Frankie Grijalva
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  • 30 June, 2020

Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) is temporarily given to employees in certain situations to keep the group health insurance...

  • Frankie Grijalva
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  • 30 June, 2020

Time is ticking. The federal moratorium on residential evictions expires July 25.  At that point, landlords across the country can legall...

  • Victoria Pappas
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  • 29 June, 2020

On June 29th, 2020, the Supreme Court decided the case of June Medical Services, LLC v. Russo. In a 5-4 ruling, the majority opinion held that th...

  • Cassidy Chansirik
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  • 29 June, 2020

For Itzel Calvo, an Ethnic Studies major at U.C. Berkeley, working with her community has been as much part of her routine as brushing her teeth....