Arrest & Interrogation of Minors?

Answer When arrested, a juvenile either becomes a status offender or is responsible for delinquent conduct. Status offenses are when a juvenile commits a crime that would not be a crime if committed by an... Read More »

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What is the California law for minors with a driver's license driving other minors?

Newly licensed minor in California and hoping to take your friends out for a ride? Bad idea.The lawFor 12 months after being licensed, a minor cannot transport anyone who is under age 20 unless the... Read More »

Differences Between Arrest With and Arrest Without a Warrant?

The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution provides for general rights that aim to protect individuals from exposure to unreasonable arrests, searches or seizures by police offers or other government... Read More »

Introduction of custodial interrogation?

Information provided to your attorney should include incidents and behaviors pertaining to both parents and any other parties directly involved in the case. As in all other matters connected with y... Read More »

What is Custodial Interrogation?

Custodial interrogation implies that an authority (police, corrections) conducts an interview with an subject which is of interest to their investigation with the condition that the subject is not ... Read More »