Torrance Catholic School Teacher Wrongfully Fired is Represented by JML Law- Cathryn Fund. LA Times article here.

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Feb 09 Saturday
2019
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Motorists Strikes Scooter Riders Then Flees The Scene

The other day, a motorist struck a person riding a scooter in Playa del Rey and then took off, leading police on a three-hour chase that went all the way to San Diego County. The man who was eventually arrested struck the person on the scooter while attempting to get away from police who were ......

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Feb 08 Friday
2019
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What To Do In A Car Accident

The worst feeling is to look at a strange number calling your phone knowing that you need to pick it up. Have you ever felt that way or been through that experience? It is late or midday and your phone ring at an unexpected time from a local number and you just know that you ......

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Feb 07 Thursday
2019
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Negligence in Wrongful Death

There are certain times in life when one has their breath taken away. Those times are categorized into weddings or births or new job opportunities, you know, the happy times. However, what people tend to forget is that death can also take your breath away. Much like pregnancies, deaths aren’t always planned. But I bet ......

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Feb 02 Saturday
2019
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Trucks Are Bigger Than You Think

If you are a regular commuter to work or school then you usually take the same roads every day. Not only do you take the same roads, but you probably have a good sense of what those roads will look or feel like during certain times of days. This is because we are used to ......

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Feb 01 Friday
2019
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New Law Makes LEO Disciplinary Records Public and (Surprise!) LEOs Are Fighting It

Senate Bill 1421 requiring law enforcement agencies to release records related to police officer misconduct has embattled law enforcement agencies, the public, police unions, courts, attorneys, and politicians across California for the past several months. Particularly upsetting to many law enforcement agencies is that this law is intended to apply retroactively. This means that as ......

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