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Please note that this web site is for informational purposes only for California residents concerning only California criminal law. You should not rely upon it for legal advice. You must consult in person with an attorney so that you may receive legal advice and understand and preserve your legal rights. The information in this web site and the legal principles discussed cannot replace a consultation with an attorney. The information and legal principles discussed in this web site are subject to change, as laws change and case law evolves. Moreover, the information and legal principles discussed in this web site may or may not apply to specific cases. Each case is unique, and you must discuss in person the particular facts of your case to receive legal advice and understand and preserve your legal rights.

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