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Two More New Step-by-Step Guides!

Aug 13, 2012
Two More New Step-by-Step Guides!

They just keep coming!  We already had two Guides on “How to Get A Default Judgment,” aka “Have the Court Rule in Your Favor because the Other Side Didn’t Show Up,”  one addressing how to get a default by the court, and the other addressing how to get a default by the clerk.  So, we thought it...

California Political News and Views
Proposition 34 would end the death penalty in California if approved in November

    Proposition 34 would end the death penalty in California if approved in November By: Carolyn Copeland, SF Examiner,|

California Political News and Views
Even the Attorney General Must Obey the Law: Darrell Issa to Sue Eric Holder Monday

    Darrell Issa to Sue Eric Holder Monday By Jonathan Strong, Roll Call,  8/12/12 House Oversight and Government Reform

California Political News and Views
Occupier Gang Uses ideology as Excuse to Vandalize Downtown LA Businesses and Public Facilities

  LAPD Vows To Arrest Chalk-Wielding Protesters At Occupy L.A.’s ‘Chalk Walk’ Tonight LA1st, 8/9/12 Police said that they plan

California Political News and Views
Arrested illegals who were released charged with 16,226 subsequent crimes

    Arrested illegals who were released charged with 16,226 subsequent crimes By Neil Munro,  Daily Caller, 8/9/12 President Barack

California Political News and Views
Sacramento city, county see crime rising in past six months

    Sacramento city, county see crime rising in past six months By Kim Minugh and Phillip Reese, Sacramento Bee, 

California Political News and Views
San Fran Mayor DEMANDS Crime Goes Up in City—Prefers Criminals to Victims

  Mayor Ed Lee reconsiders ‘stop and frisk’ after civil rights outcry By: Dan Schreiber, SF Examiner, 08/07/12 New approach:

California Political News and Views
Vandals splash and trash cop cars in Oakland and San Fran

    Vandals splash and trash cop cars By: Mike Aldax, SF Examiner,  08/06/12 Six police cruisers were vandalized at

SacLaw Savvy
Another new guide!

Another new guide!

We’ve been busy creating another new step-by-step guide to help our patrons. This time, we’ve focused on a question our Civil Self-Help Center sees often: how to be relieved from Admissions.  Occasionally, a party may inadvertently or mistakenly admit a fact that is not true, or may fail to respond to a Request for Admissions...

YubaNet.com
Human Rights Watch: Texas Should Halt Execution of Man with Intellectual Disabilities

Aug 7, 2012

WASHINGTON, D.C. Aug. 7, 2012 - Texas should not execute a man who has significant intellectual disabilities, Human Rights Watch said today. Marvin Lee Wilson, who was sentenced to death for the abduction and murder of a police drug informant in 1992, ...

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