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Ca. man facing drug charges following traffic stop

If a police officer has found drugs on your person or in your vehicle, you may face drug possession charges. The severity of the charges you face will often depend Read More

How does my house get divided in the divorce?

California is a community property state, meaning that there is a presumption that any property acquired during the marriage belongs to both spouses equally. In other words, both spouses will Read More

Child custody arrangements in a military divorce

Divorce is complicated, even under the most favorable circumstances. While emotions often escalate during child custody, support and property division disputes, matters of co-parenting arrangements may be increasingly difficult for Read More

New bill may lower maximum BAC level for California drivers

Earlier this year, Utah adopted a new law lowering the maximum blood alcohol content for drivers to .05, the lowest in the country. A new California bill may mean the Read More

Why should a veteran handle your legal dispute?

When you find yourself in the midst of a legal dispute, you may not know where to turn. You probably know you need representation. You need someone who will work Read More

Unintended consequences of proposed change to California DUI law

Last month, California lawmakers were presented a bill that calls for a significant reduction in the amount of alcohol you can have in your system while driving. AB 1713 would Read More

A Tax Trial Win

A client, whose business we helped a few years ago came back with an interesting problem; they had a trial concerning EDD, employees (non-existent) and Taxes the Government claimed they Read More

Date of Separation and your Divorce

California uses the date of separation as the essential date for determining property interests; property acquired by a spouse after the date of separation is considered to be that spouse’s Read More

DUI changes; Lyft and Uber drivers beware

One of the more substantive newly-enacted laws affecting the public interest, is AB-2687, which commencing in July 1, 2018, imposes commercial motor vehicle blood alcohol standards on drivers of vehicles Read More

Strategic Law Command’s Purpose

Strategic Law Command has added this blog space solely for the benefit of our clients. We believe that the better armed you are, the better your chances of survival against Read More

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