Affirmative consent is a law that was enacted in 2014 through Senate Bill 967. It is a law that covers all publicly funded universities and colleges here in California. It requires students on college campuses to receive “active consent” before all sexual activity. “Active” consent, or “yes means yes,” is a clear, enthusiastic “yes” signaled…

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If you’ve been arrested, it’s very likely that police will try to intimidate you into unlocking your phone so they can get at all the juicy data inside, and use it against you.  Thanks to the 4th and 5th Amendment, and some hotly contested court cases, they can’t…not easily. Here’s what you need to know…

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At least 4.1% of convictions in LA County are wrongfully obtained. While Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón is taking a second look at questionable convictions, they do continue to happen. Could you become the next victim of police or prosecutorial misconduct? What is a wrongful conviction? A wrongful conviction is any conviction wherein…

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