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Charlie Rose Caught and Fined for Using Interns as Slave Labor—Forced to Pay $250,000

  For Disgruntled Young Workers, Lawsuits May Spark Intern Insurrection by Michelle Chen‚ Beyond Chron,   6/27/13 You’d have to be pretty desperate to offer to work for free, right? Or you could be just an enthusiastic young student who ...

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Ask the County Law Librarian – Terminating Rights of Absent Parent

Jun 27, 2013


Q. My three-year-old son, Mark, is the light of my life. Mark’s father is out of the picture—even though his name is on the birth certificate we agreed shortly after Mark was born that he wouldn’t try to see Mark or anything if I didn’t ask him to pay child support....

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DA: Roseville Man Spent $80K with Stolen Credit Cards

Jun 26, 2013
DA: Roseville Man Spent $80K with Stolen Credit Cards

GavelCourtSACRAMENTO—

A Roseville man has been sentenced to 12 months in prison for credit card fraud, U.S. Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced Wednesday.

Vyacheslav Vasilyevi Berezenko, 25, was convicted of taking the credit card information of a number of people, …


California Political News and Views
When Everyone Wears a Wire…

  When Everyone Wears a Wire… By  Mark Steyn, National Review Online, 6/23/13 Andy and I disagree on the NSA’s 300 million-wide dragnet, but let no one say the American spirit does not thrive even in adversity. Meet Terrance Brown, curren...

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Investigators: Maidu Park Fire was Arson

Jun 24, 2013
Investigators: Maidu Park Fire was Arson

Investigation into Maidu Park Fire Heats UpROSEVILLE-

Fire investigators say Friday’s grass fire in Maidu Park was set intentionally.

The fire burned 30 acres in the Roseville park and damaged four homes. The damage two those four homes, plus another structure, is estimated to be more …

SacLaw Savvy
Next Beyond Westlaw Class Wednesday, July 3rd!

Jun 24, 2013

Are you getting the most out of your access to ALL of the Law Library’s legal research databases? Did you know that in addition to offering cases and statutes via WestlawNext, the Law Library offers free access to over 90 CEB titles via OnLaw, thousands of legal articles via HeinOnLine, and the most popluar...

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Second arrest in Yuba City beating of postal worker

The Yuba City Police Department arrested a second suspect in last week's beating of a postal worker, authorities said Sunday. Joseph R. Navarro-Thompson, 18, described on the Sutter County Jail website as 6 feet 4 inches tall, and weighing 435...

California Political News and Views
El Dorado County Sheriff Strips Forest Service Of State-Law Enforcement Power

  El Dorado County Sheriff Strips Forest Service Of State-Law Enforcement Power Laura Cole, CBS,  6/21/13 The El Dorado County Sheriff says he’s not happy with the U.S. Forest Service, so he’s stripping them of their authority by keeping them...

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New Hours Start July 1

Jun 21, 2013
New Hours Start July 1

Starting July 1, 2013, the Law Library will have new hours: Mondays 8am-8pm Tuesday, Tednesdays, Thursdays 8am-7pm Fridays 8am-5pm Saturdays 10am-3pm.

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New Titles

Jun 21, 2013
New Titles

 Here are a few of the new books and CDs available at the Law Library. Audio Visual Titles A Beginners Guide to Civil Writ Practice in the Courts Of Appeals State Bar of California KFC1075 .B46 2012 Appellate Tips for Family Law Practitioners State Bar of California KFC1075 .A96 2012 Habeas Strategies in Criminal...

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