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A bill introduced in the California Legislature by Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia would classify the nonconsensual removal of a condom as sexual battery if it becomes law. Under the current civil code of California, sexual battery is defined as someone acting intentionally to cause harm or offensive contact with someone else’s intimate body parts and ultimately…

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Registered nurse Gregory Allen Harms is facing felony charges and two lawsuits stemming from three sexual assaults on patients under his care. John Taylor and Natalie Weatherford, partners at Taylor & Ring, are representing one of Harms’ victims, who was assaulted by while she was in intensive care and immobile. Harms, whose license is now…

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On March 5th, the Fresno Police Department released 22 minutes of edited body camera footage that showed the death of 41-year-old Joseph Perez. Both the police and paramedics tried to keep this video footage of what happened to Perez confidential; it was only because of John Taylor and Neil Gehlawat’s efforts to challenge that designation…

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Most parents of teenagers likely feel as if they’re raising adults rather than children yet to reach adulthood. While kids have a more sophisticated and mature attitude today than when we were growing up, the fact is they are still children. The law doesn’t view them as adults in most circumstances, especially when it comes…

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Uber has become a known name around the world for ride sharing and being at the top often comes with problems that need to be resolved. When they’re left somewhat ignored, regulators feel the pressure to step in and take action to protect the public from coming to harm. In this case, the public leans…

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