Posts Tagged: legal
State Supreme Court Tani Cantil-Sakauye says Gov. Brown’s draft budget doesn’t provide sufficient funding for California’s sprawling court system, which has been battered by years of cuts and complaints about its spending. The chief justice on Tuesday unveiled a proposed three-year plan to fund the courts. (Above: State Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye. (Photo: Samantha Gallegos/Capitol Weekly)
The question is simple: Should local governments pick up the tab for complying with California’s laws requiring local open meetings and access to public records? But the answer is not so simple. (Photo: Almonroth)
No one plans for a legal issue to disrupt their lives, yet three out of four Americans find themselves dealing with a legal event each year. You shouldn’t have to face the headaches, lost time and expensive fees that come with tackling these legal challenges on your own.
That’s why the State of California