Protecting your rights starts from the first time you speak with a police officer, which is why it’s important to remain silent when you’re being placed under arrest.
Felons in California are subject to many penalties, even after they serve their time and pay off their criminal fines. The good news is that California does not restrict the rights of felons nearly as much as other states. Unfortunately, you will still lose some rights if after a felony conviction, including your right to […]
While most people understand that a felony is worse than a misdemeanor, they don’t understand what exactly is the difference between the two -an many people aren’t even aware of what an infraction is at all. Ultimately, the differences come down to the severity of the charges as well as the potential penalties. Misdemeanors Versus […]
The right to vote is a cornerstone of American democracy, but in America, many people are denied that right simply because they have a felony conviction on their record. So will a felony conviction affect your right to vote in California? It depends, but if you have any questions about felony convictions and your right […]