James Cannon Huber’s Guides

James Cannon Huber

San Diego Litigation Lawyer.

Contributor Level 12
  1. Commercial Debt Collection California

    Written by attorney James Huber, almost 2 years ago.

    This guide provides businesses with a brief overview of how to collect agaisnt commercial debtors.

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  2. DUI Checkpoint Rights

    Written by attorney James Huber, almost 3 years ago.

    Sobriety Checkpoint Rights What are Sobriety Checkpoints? A sobriety checkpoint is a public place at which law enforcement officers maintain a roadblock to detain motorists in order to determine whether the drivers are intoxicated.At a sobriety checkpoint, officers either stop ...

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  3. How to Stop a Debt Collector from Contacting You

    Written by attorney James Huber, over 3 years ago.

    If You Are Contact and Act Within the First Thirty Days Invoke your verification right by writing the debt collector a letter that requests that they verify the debt. Simply ask that they confirm th

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  4. How To get a default judgment in California

    Written by attorney James Huber, over 3 years ago.

    File a Complaint You must file a complaint that alleges your causes of actions. Make sure to include enough facts to put the other party on notice. File the complaint along with the appropriate fee

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  5. How to Appeal your Criminal Conviction

    Written by attorney James Huber, almost 4 years ago.

    If you've recently been convicted of a criminal charge in California you are entitled to appeal your case based on any errors at the trial court. You must file a notice of appeal (CR-132 for misdemeanors) (CR-120 for felonies.) Your trial counsel should file the appeal for yo...

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  6. Things to Remember if You're in a Personal Injury Case

    Written by attorney James Huber, almost 4 years ago.

    Top Tips 1. Do not speak to insurance adjusters or give any statements (other than to the police) before consulting with an attorney; 2. Do not sign any releases of information (medical or otherwise

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  7. What to do if your house has mold

    Written by attorney James Huber, almost 4 years ago.

    Toxic Mold Toxic Mold What is Toxic Mold? Stachybotrys chartarum, or "black mold," is the fungus associated with "toxic mold syndrome." It grows in damp places on materials that contain cellulose s

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