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California Hit and Run Laws

California Hit and Run Laws

California hit and run laws: Do police investigate hit and runs in California? Yes. Under California code section 20001, a hit-and-run is a misdemeanor if no one suffers injury or death. A hit and run escalates into a felony if the driver was drunk at the time, under...
California Sexting Laws

California Sexting Laws

Can you go to Jail for Sending Flirtatious Messages, Nudes, Sexually Explicit Pictures, or Images? Yes. Under California sexting laws anyone who distributes sexually explicit images or videos may be charged under the state’s child pornography statutes or revenge porn...
Dog Bite Laws California

Dog Bite Laws California

California dog bite laws on the macro level say that the owner of a dog that bites someone is strictly liable for any injuries that occur regardless of the dog’s biting history. This means the state of California is one of the states with “strict liability” dog...
Cailifornia Whistleblower Laws

Cailifornia Whistleblower Laws

A Summary of California Whistleblower Laws California follows the employment-at-will doctrine, which means employees can be fired for any reason. However, exceptions to this doctrine apply when the reason for dismissal violates the state’s public policy and...
California Car Seat Laws

California Car Seat Laws

A Summary of Child Car Seat Laws in California Children should be secured with the appropriate booster seat or child safety seat if they have a height of less than 4’9’’ or are under 8 years old. Children under the age of 2 are required to use rear-facing seats unless...
California Lemon Law

California Lemon Law

A Summary of Lemon Laws in California California’s lemon laws state that if a buyer or lessee of a vehicle finds a major fault in it – which is labeled as irreparable after a certain number of valid attempts by the vehicle manufacturer to repair it – the...