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May 2018 Archives

Your green card and a felony

If you are currently in the United States as a permanent resident, you understand that there are limitations to your status. While you have many rights and privileges, such as seeking employment and owning property, you do not have immunity from deportation if you fail to abide by the laws of California and the federal government.

Taking a look at a drunk driving checkpoint in San Jose

You've likely seen them before: the drunk driving checkpoints set up by law enforcement officials throughout San Jose and the rest of California. These checkpoints are designed to find drunk drivers and impaired drivers by forcing them to speak with officers. Let's take a look at the DUI checkpoint and what you can expect if you are ever stuck in one after a night out on the town.

No fight from Paso Robles regarding sanctuary state law

Paso Robles officials have made it known that the city will not fight the sanctuary state law in California, according to a recent news report. The city council voted unanimously not to fight the law, which is known as the California Values Act or Senate Bill 54 on Tuesday night. The council listened to dozens of residents express their opinions of the law and immigration as a whole before placing their vote on the matter.

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