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Save Money and Get Your Driver's License Back with the New Traffic Ticket Amnesty Law
The Truth about California Workplace Rights
Why You Should Not Agree to a Police Search

Save Money and Get Your Driver's License Back with the New Traffic Ticket Amnesty Law

New Traffic Ticket Amnesty Law

If you have unpaid traffic tickets over three years old, there's good news for you. With the new traffic amnesty law, you can receive a 50% discount when you take care of your unpaid traffic tickets. If you are unable to get a valid California driver's license because of unpaid tickets, the new law will help you get your license reinstated, and avoid jail time or community service.

June 30, 2012 is the deadline for taking advantage of this new amnesty program in California courts.

The new law will apply to you if you have never appeared in court for your traffic ticket, or if you have appeared and promised to pay but haven't done so. Other factors for eligibility are:

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The Truth about California Workplace Rights

California Workplace Rights

You might often find yourself in situations at work and ask yourself, “is it legal for my employer to do or say that?” Most people think they have a good idea about what is legal and what isn’t when it comes to work, but sometime they do not.
Here are some truths about workplace rights that you may not know:


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Why You Should Not Agree to a Police Search

Police Search

Are you aware of what your rights are when a police officer asks to search your property? You may think you know from watching fictional TV dramas and hearing urban myths, but you really don’t.

Even if you will never break the law, it is important to be prepared to protect yourself in case the police ever suspect you. As a citizen, you may be asked by a police office to search your belongings. Most people automatically say “yes”, but it might be a good idea to say “no” for the following reasons:

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