Monthly Archives: June 2019

Last Call in California to be Extended?


An issue that has been debated and dismissed numerous times in court is the extension of last call in California. The issue made its journey back to court this year and state policymakers are pushing for a 4 a.m. call. … Continue reading

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Outreach about Expungement and Record Sealing


The Hampden County District Attorney’s Office hosted a workshop about expungement and record sealing at the Gandara Center in Holyoke, Massachusetts. According to its website, the center helps promote “the well-being of Hispanics, African Americans, and other culturally diverse populations … Continue reading

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DUI Among Charges for Chain Reaction Crash in Temecula


Parts of Southern California are notorious for bad traffic. Unfortunately, this also means that these places see a lot of crashes. On Tuesday, June 4th, the 15 Freeway in Temecula shut down for hours after a multi-car crash occurred. A … Continue reading

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A Movement to Decriminalize “Shrooms”


Recently, Denver became the first city in the U.S. to decriminalize psilocybin, or what is commonly known as “magic”. Psilocybin is a hallucinogenic substance that often causes the user to experience euphoria, a distorted sense of time, and changes in … Continue reading

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