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Could it be a felony to share your Netflix password?

Earlier this month, a complicated 9th circuit decision left many afraid that sharing a Netflix password could be considered a felony. The language in Judge Reinhardt's dissent confused some into believing it is illegal to share passwords for Netflix and other similar services; however Netflix cleared the confusion by telling users to freely share, provided they follow the site's terms of use.

California Senate approves 11 bills further restricting gun use

Five months after the December mass shooting by two terrorists that claimed 14 lives in San Bernardino, the California state Senate approved 11 bills designed to further restrict gun use in the state. The measures include but are not limited to: mandatory background checks for those buying ammunition, banning the manufacture and sale of semiautomatic rifles with detachable magazines, and allowing felony charges in all gun theft cases.

Criminal defense: Being charged with making criminal threats

Accusations of domestic violence, stalking or making criminal threats are often involve situations where a disagreement became heated. These situations commonly involve two parties who know each other, although this is not always the case, and it's easy for people to say and do things in the heat of the moment that they later wish they could take back. While you can't go back in time, having solid legal representation can ensure your rights are protected and make the process less overwhelming.