DCFS Employee Sentenced in Child Pornography Case

Mon 11th March, 2019 Criminal Law

An employee who worked for the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) was sentenced last week in connection with his plea of no contest to charges of possessing and distributing child pornography. Carlos Enrique Castillo, 55, was ordered to register as a sex offender for life and […]

How Jeff Bezo’s Divorce Could Affect Amazon

Sat 9th February, 2019 Family Law

The Wealthiest Man in the World is Getting Divorced Jeff Bezos and his wife, MacKenzie, are divorcing after 25 years of marriage and just over one year after he was named the richest person in the world. The couple is splitting a massive fortune of $140 billion without a prenuptial […]

How to Expunge Your Criminal Record in California

Sat 9th February, 2019 Criminal Law

Erasing a Past Criminal Record is Critical in Today’s World No one is perfect, and sometimes a mistake can lead to a permanent criminal record. This can affect a person’s employment, professional reputation, and more. However, California allows for a criminal record to be expunged, or dismissed, in certain situations […]

Brad Pitt Requests Supervised Visits with Children

Wed 9th January, 2019 Family Law

Four of Brad Pitt’s six children spent Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with him after he requested supervised visits with the family court to prove that he is a good father. His four youngest children: Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 12, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 10, all stayed at his house with a […]

Man Arrested in Connection with Series of Fires

Wed 9th January, 2019 Criminal Law

A transient man was arrested on Thursday by Santa Monica police on suspicion of arson for allegedly lighting a trash can fire, and he is a suspect in two other recent arson fires in the area. Joseph Brent Burchett, 57, is a homeless man originally from Kentucky. He is accused of setting […]