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California Motorcycles Lemon Law

Buying a motorcycle can be a really thrilling feeling. But your new ride can quickly go from being a beautiful dream to becoming a nightmare if you are immediately faced with repeated mechanical problems, safety issues, and repairs. 385 more words

Lemon Law

The Magical Thinkers: Horgan and Kenney

I’m not sure what’s more bizarre, BC Premier John Horgan’s rationale for asking the BC Supreme Court to rule on whether BC can limit the amount of diluted bitumen flowing on Trans Mountain or Jason Kenney’s reaction to Horgan’s decision to take the issue to court. 759 more words

Politics And Government

Helpful Resources on State Bar of California’s New Website

After earning his JD from Pepperdine Law School, Kevin Taguchi worked as a deputy district attorney with the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office. Currently in private practice, Kevin Taguchi is a member of the… 127 more words

Kevin Taguchi


There are only two laws. The law of sin and death, and the law of the Spirit of life. There are only two covenants, the one attached to the law of sin and death, and the one attached to the law of the Spirit of life. 448 more words


Buyers using escalation clauses to win bidding wars

NEW YORK – Feb. 22, 2018 – Home buyers locked in heated bidding wars are increasingly turning to escalation clauses to keep their offers in play, The Wall Street Journal reports. 384 more words

Real Estate

GUNS: Getting Serious....

Bullet Wounds by the AR-15 are Different

Heather Sher, a radiologist, describes the path of a low-impact bullet through an organ like the liver as “a linear, thin, grey bullet track” with “bleeding and some bullet fragments.” She had seen many such wounds, and unless the bullet passes through a vital organ such as the heart or through the aorta, the victim’s life can usually be saved. 456 more words

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