Tag: Crime

How to File a Petition in California to Delete a Weed Felony

In January 2018, the state of California finally started issuing licenses for recreational marijuana sales. The passage of Prop 64 was a battle that took years, and the legislation was struck down multiple times, but was finally approved by popular vote this year, making a number of changes to California marijuana laws. An important part Read More…

Are There Predators in Your Neighborhood?

Everyone would like to believe that their neighborhood is safe. It’s not like you’d want to live in an area that’s dangerous, or a place where you don’t trust your neighbors. But the unfortunate fact of the matter is that predators are everywhere, and they could easily be in your neighborhood. Even if you know Read More…

Cannabis Laws by State – California Cannabis Information

As of January 1, 2018, California has reduced sentences for most marijuana offenses, which includes removing nearly all of the felony offenses for marijuana possession and consumption. That’s not even the best part — Prop 64, the proposition that achieved this, also made it legal for any adult 21 and up to smoke and cultivate Read More…

Is Your Online Date a Felon?

With the popularity of websites like Match, eHarmony, Tinder, and Bumble, finding a relationship without first meeting them face-to-face is now a normal part of the dating world. While everybody deserves to find love, so is knowing you’re safe before making plans with a total stranger, regardless of how charming and clever their profile may Read More…

Find People for Disputes and Trials

When it comes to minor legal disputes, sometimes it’s up to you to take control of the situation and build a case in your favor. From small claims court cases to hit and runs, use the resources on PeopleFinders.com for gathering information about a person. A quick search on PeopleFinders allows you to find people Read More…

Cyber Security Awareness Month – Are You Surfing Safely?

How much time do you spend online? If you’re like most people, then part of every day is spent shopping, networking and surfing the Web. It’s just so convenient. You can do most anything you want online these days. But there are some dangers every surfer should be aware of. October is Cyber Security Month, Read More…

Closure: Phillip And Nancy Garrido Are Sentenced To Prison

It’s a pain too intense too imagine. Your child is stolen from you. You spend years following every lead, asking for help from anyone who will listen and doing everything possible to bring your baby home. Years pass without a sign of hope. Everything seems to indicate that the worst has happened. As a parent, Read More…

A Kidnapped Boy Reunited With His Family After Three Years Apart

Child abduction. It’s a crime that’s almost too painful to discuss. But it is tragically common in cities like Shenzhen, China. In 2008, a 3-year-old boy named Peng Wenle was kidnapped. It happened on the street in front of his family’s small business. The boy’s father, Peng Gaofeng, feared he’d never see his beloved son Read More…

October Is National Crime Prevention Month

In honor of National Crime Prevention Month, we’re sharing a few tips to help you deter criminals. You never know where a criminal may strike, so it is essential to be ready for any situation. Predators look for easy targets; people they can take advantage of quickly. It’s up to you to prepare yourself, your Read More…

Jaycee Dugard: One Year Later

On August 24, 2009, a registered sex offender named Phillip Garrido entered the University of California in Berkeley with two young girls. He spoke to campus police official Lisa Campbell about hosting an event for his group, “God’s Desire.” Campbell found the trio’s behavior to be highly unusual, and told Garrido to come back the Read More…