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Brian Richard Dinday

Brian Dinday’s Legal Guides

10 total

  • Do we need limits on “Greedy Trial Lawyers ” victimizing accident victims?

    Who is REALLY "taking accident victims to the cleaners?" I responded to an inquiry on line from a woman who was injured in an auto accident and she expressed serious concerns with lawyers’ contingenc

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  • Consensual Rape in California

    When Is Consented Sexual Intercourse Actually a Rape? Rape does not seem on the surface to be a very confusing or hard to understand crime. It is using force, threats or intimidation to achieve sexua

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  • Ten Steps to Sanitize Your California Arrest Record

    If you have been arrested in California, but not convicted, you may be able to totally seal and destroy your arrest record to protect you from highly negative social, legal and career consequences of the arrest record.

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  • You CAN Expunge a Civil Court Restraining Order Docket in California

    The Problem with Civil Restraining Orders in California It is easy to file wild accusations of domestic violence, even totally false ones. It is today's best "Gotcha". It is free. It is permanent and

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  • Insider Tips on Domestic Violence Cases

    "One hit and I OWN her." A convicted wife abuser stated in an interview: “When I get a new woman, I hit her once. If she leaves, I move on. If she stays, I know I own her.” What you should read into

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  • Navigating the Courtroom: Tips and Pitfalls

    Most people never see the inside of a courtroom, but when they do see it as a criminal defendant, few realize that they can make serious mistakes that will impact the bottom line result. Here are some tips and warnings.

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  • I'm Being Investigated! What Should I Do?

    The Policed Are at My Door. What Should I Do? First of all, do not answer the door yourself. Either let them knock or have someone else go to the door WITHOUT LETTING THEM IN, and see what they want.

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  • Ten Things NOT to Do When Arrested

    Save Your Breath Don't try to convince the officer of your innocence. It's useless. He or she only needs "probable cause" to believe you have committed a crime in order to arrest you. He does not dec

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  • False Complaints of Domestic Violence ("D.V.")

    How can anyone be "presumed guilty" in American Courts? The authorities do not call it that, of course. But here is what happens in some jurisdictions when a 911 call is made reporting domestic viole

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  • California Petitions to Establish Factual Innocence

    What Is "Expungement"? Many states have procedures for “expunging” a conviction. These laws typically allow “cleaning” of a criminal record after successful completion of probation, by technically wi

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