Pandemic-Related Emergency Bail Schedule Ending on June 30, 2022, in LA County

As the statewide judicial branch Emergency Rules Related to COVID-19 are set to expire on June 30, 2022, the LA County Courts announced this week that the Emergency Bail Schedule will be rescinded. Therefore, LA County will resume using the County’s Infractions & Misdemeanors Bail Schedule and the Felony Bail Schedule as of July 1, […]

New Speed Limits in Los Angeles

California Assembly Bill 43 took effect on January 1, 2022 and made a number of additions and modifications to the California Vehicle Code that authorize local jurisdictions to set safer speed limits on certain streets. The most immediate opportunity for cities to set safer speed limits under this new law is below: California Vehicle Code […]

California Court of Appeals Ruled that DMV Hearings, as Currently Conducted are Unconstitutional

The CA Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) determines whether the suspension of a driver’s license is warranted after a driver was arrested for driving with a .08% or more of alcohol in their system. The DMV’s process includes conducting an administrative per se hearing in which a hearing officer, a DMV employee, serves as both […]


A Bit of History Bitcoin (BTC on NASDAQ) is the first cryptocurrency released by Natoshi Nakamato (an alias) in 2009. The application is open source code software. That is, code developed with decentralized and collaborative programming for public access. Another example of open source software is the Mozilla Foxfire Internet browser. The bitcoin app is […]

EDD Fraud in the US and California

Employment Development Department (EDD) Unemployment Insurance (UI) Fraud Since the onset of the covid19 pandemic, the USA has been hard hit by a cybercrime wave of unprecedented proportions. The Department of Labor Office of the Inspector General (EDD OIG) monitors EDD UI fraud for federal districts and all states. The EDD OIG uses the same […]

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