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March 2014 Archives

Former California official accused of domestic violence

A former California state assemblyman has denied allegations of child endangerment and other crimes after he was arrested on March 12. The man, who was arrested under suspicion of domestic violence, said he has been unfairly accused. Although officers cannot release information about the victim, the defendant claims that he knows the complainant is his wife, and he said she lied about the incident. So far, no formal charges have been filed in the incident.

Criminal defense to change with new meaning of hands-free law

Drivers are required to use hands-free technology while behind the wheel in California, right? Not so fast; if you are caught using your phone while driving, you could avoid having to mount a criminal defense. The reason: Drivers are now allowed to use maps on their cellphones without risking punishment. Although this is definitely good news for drivers, law enforcement officers say there may still be confusion about what is allowed under the state's hands-free regulations.