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California Penal Code Section 192 – California Attorney Resources – California Laws #legal #research,


California Penal Code Section 192

192. Manslaughter is the unlawful killing of a human being without malice. It is of three kinds:

(a) Voluntary upon a sudden quarrel or heat of passion.

(b) Involuntary in the commission of an unlawful act, not amounting to a felony; or in the commission of a lawful act which might produce death, in an unlawful manner, or without due caution and circumspection. This subdivision shall not apply to acts committed in the driving of a vehicle.

(1) Except as provided in subdivision (a) of Section 191.5, driving a vehicle in the commission of an unlawful act, not amounting to a felony, and with gross negligence; or driving a vehicle in the commission of a lawful act which might produce death, in an unlawful manner, and with gross negligence.

(2) Driving a vehicle in the commission of an unlawful act, not amounting to a felony, but without gross negligence; or driving a vehicle in the commission of a lawful act which might produce death, in an unlawful manner, but without gross negligence.

(3) Driving a vehicle in connection with a violation of paragraph (3) of subdivision (a) of Section 550, where the vehicular collision or vehicular accident was knowingly caused for financial gain and proximately resulted in the death of any person. This paragraph does not prevent prosecution of a defendant for the crime of murder.

(d) This section shall not be construed as making any homicide in the driving of a vehicle punishable that is not a proximate result of the commission of an unlawful act, not amounting to a felony, or of the commission of a lawful act which might produce death, in an unlawful manner.

(e) Gross negligence, as used in this section, does not prohibit or preclude a charge of murder under Section 188 upon facts exhibiting wantonness and a conscious disregard for life to support a finding of implied malice, or upon facts showing malice, consistent with the holding of the California Supreme Court in People v. Watson (1981) 30 Cal.3d 290.

(f) (1) For purposes of determining sudden quarrel or heat of passion pursuant to subdivision (a), the provocation was not objectively reasonable if it resulted from the discovery of, knowledge about, or potential disclosure of the victim s actual or perceived gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation, including under circumstances in which the victim made an unwanted nonforcible romantic or sexual advance towards the defendant, or if the defendant and victim dated or had a romantic or sexual relationship. Nothing in this section shall preclude the jury from considering all relevant facts to determine whether the defendant was in fact provoked for purposes of establishing subjective provocation.

(2) For purposes of this subdivision, gender includes a person s gender identity and gender-related appearance and behavior regardless of whether that appearance or behavior is associated with the person s gender as determined at birth.

(Amended by Stats. 2014, Ch. 684, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2015.)

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Superior Court of California, County of Inyo #superior #court #of #sonoma #county



The Civil Division of the court handles cases where one party sues another to recover money or property, enforce a contract, collect damages, or protect civil rights. Petitions to change names and various writs are also handled by the Civil Division.

A criminal case is a proceeding in which someone is charged with a public offense (i.e. with committing a crime), evidence is presented on both sides, and a decision is made as to the person’s guilt.

Family Court Services serves parties who need to file for Dissolution, Separation or Nullity of Marriage; Establishment of Parental Relationship, Petitions for Custody and Support, Motions for Child Custody, Support, or Visitation, Support Enforcement, Guardianship of Minors, Adoption, or who seek protection from Domestic Violence, Civil Harassment, Workplace Violence or Elder Abuse.

Guardianship is a court proceeding in which a judge gives someone who is not the parent custody of a child, or the power to manage the child’s property (called “estate”), or both.

The Civil Self-Help Center can assist you with completing the paperwork to ask the court for Guardianship of the Person of a minor child

The right to trial by a jury is the privilege of every person in the United States. This right is guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. Jurors are essential to the administration of justice.

Juvenile Delinquency cases are located at the Family Court Services window located at the 421 I Street entrance of the courthouse. Juvenile Delinquency cases, as defined under Welfare and Institutions, involve any persons under the age of 18 (minors) who are accused of violations of any law of the state or of the United States, or minors who are habitually disobedient or truant.

Probate and Conservatorship matters address a person’s finances upon death or the care of an adult person that is unable to care for themselves or their finances. Probate cases address a person’s estate, resolve debts, and distribute the remaining property/monies to heirs or beneficiaries. Conservatorship cases appoint caregivers to care for a person and their finances.

Small claims cases are lawsuits that do not exceed $10,000 and are resolved quickly and inexpensively with relatively simple and informal rules.

An unlawful detainer matter is a case in which a landlord seeks to evict a tenant.

The Traffic Division handles only Infraction matters for Traffic violations, Fish & Game violations, local city and county ordinances, boating, and dog/animal citations. Note: driving under the influence (DUI) violations are handled through the Criminal Division.


Inyo County is the second largest county in the State of California covering over 10,220 square miles including Mount Whitney and Death Valley, the highest and lowest points on the continental United States. With courthouse locations in Independence and Bishop, the Inyo Superior Court serves a population of over 18,000 people.

Presiding Judge: Dean T. Stout

Executive Officer: Pamela M. Foster

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2. La. R.S. 23:1314 (D) – E(1) inclusive;

3. 40 LAC 2715(B)(3), (d), (e), (f); and

Advisory Council Medical Advisory Council Frequently Asked Questions Employers and workers, find answers to your questions about fighting fraud, medical services, and disputed claims. Also, find answers to general questions about HIPAA, Workplace Safety Health, and the Second Injury Board. Links For Employers Employers, find and download Workers’ Compensation forms. Learn about Compliance, Rules & Procedures, Medical Services, Workplace Safety, and view information about the Second Injury Board. Also, get information on Disputed Claims or Reporting Fraud. Links For Workers Learn about the benefits you are entitled to as an injured worker. File a disputed claim. Discover how your rights are protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA ). Find out how you can help fight Workers’ Compensation Fraud Report Fraud Learn important information about Workers’ Compensation fraud and how to report it. Report a Workplace Injury (*)Mandatory by law effective 1/1/2014: To electronically submit the new First Report of Injury or FROI (formerly the LWC-WC-1007), register at http://www.lwcedi.info/ by completing a “New Profile” under “Trading Partner Profile.” Trading Partners must indicate a Filing Method. Resource Links Links to board and commission sites, health and safety sites, and Workers’ Compensation agencies in other states. List of Legal State Holidays Training Courses (Form 1010, OSHA 300, Form 1009) OWC Downloads (Forms, Publications, etc.)

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Frederick Weiss Associates is a court reporter-owned firm with associate court reporters and videographers who are U.S. trained and licensed professionals operating at the highest level of service to our clients.

Within easy distance to all major German, French and Benelux cities and other European countries, our staff is ready to service your legal support needs, including depositions, international arbitrations, U.S. Labor Law (EEO/MSPB) and Government Contract dispute cases.

Frederick Weiss Associates is also available for court reporting and video assignments for public company annual meetings, captioning events and televised press conferences.

Frederick Weiss Associates is a Preferred Vendor for The World Bank.

Quality and Experience

We demand the highest level of quality from all of our reporters and staff. Our average professional has more than 15 years of experience serving clients.


We endeavor to flexibly serve our clients when and where they require it. We accept Mastercard and Visa for easy payment options.


We are committed to a continuing program of technical innovation and implementation of modern technology.

We are members of the NCRA (National Court Reporter s Association), offering certified shorthand reporters with top awards in professional associations. Our videographers are licensed with the American Guild of Court Videographers.

We have delivered the highest quality Court Reporter, Videography and Legal Support Services in the following countries:

Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong and Asia, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA.

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  • Real-time hookups to Livenote, CVnet or other real-timesoftware via laptops or iPads.
  • Remote web streaming of reporter s realtime and video.
  • Speakerphone or video teleconference depositions.
  • VideoDVDs and Videosync for courtroom presentation.
  • Same day or daily delivery of final transcript.
  • Multiple laptops always available for clients who travel light.
  • Decades of experience in working with different accents of non-native English speakers, especially major European accents.
  • Specialize in overseas depositions, we live here!

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We are a small law firm in the United States. A defendant in a case moved to Bonn, Germany. In planning to take the deposition of the defendant in Germany, we ran into many challenges. First of all, the system is different in Germany and court reporters are difficult to locate. Fortunately, we were placed in touch with Frederick Weiss Associates. Frederick and his firm have been so helpful! We required a videographer for the deposition, which Frederick and his firm was easily able to locate. The deposition was requested to take place after hours. Frederick and his staff were able to accommodate that request. We were having difficulty scheduling a conference room for the deposition due to time and language barriers. Frederick Weiss Associates went over and above typical service and made contact and obtained estimates for conference rooms. The assistance provided by Mr. Weiss and his team has been invaluable.

Tina M. Sikorski, ACP, FRP
Marshall D.Davis, P.A.

Dear Yvonne,
On behalf of all members of the Arbitral Tribunal I wish to express our gratitude for your highly professional and most appreciated services as a court reporter in the hearing in Stockholm

You managed very well to cope with a tremendous load of witnesses and of counsel speaking rapidly and often enough also in a way which was very hard to follow. It has always been a pleasure working with you during this week.

From our point of view you deserve as award in witness testimony withstand capability . Our award is expressed on the back of the puzzle included in this letter, which was the only item originating from Paris, your home town, which at the moment I could find in Stockholm.

We hope to be able to work with you again in the future.

Dr. Fabian von Schlabrendorff
Clifford Chance

Our firm needed to schedule a deposition of a German citizen in a case pending in the Connecticut Superior Court, which had to take place at the U.S. Embassy in Frankfurt. Since the Embassy has limited hours of time available during the day for deposition discovery, which must end shortly after 4 p.m. it posed a challenge to complete discovery of the witness within the allotted time.

Frederick Weiss Associates arranged a skilled deposition interpreter to work alone throughout the strenuous day, a U.S. certified Videographer and a U.S. Certified Court Reporter, who all traveled locally with limited or no travel costs. Even though initially there were technical problems with the reporter s laptop, you were able to overcome the problem quickly and perform as a seamless legal support team, allow us the maximum amount of time for getting our evidence on the record before we had to leave the Embassy facility.

All in all, I would heartily recommend your services, reasonably priced, to my fellow attorneys here in the U.S. and abroad. Your team operated at the highest professional level and produced competent results at a reasonable price.

Any time we have discovery in Europe, we will look to Frederick Weiss Associates as our legal support provider of choice!

Carl Christian Thier
Urban Thier & Federer, P.A.

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A commonly asked question is: Do I need an attorney for Arizona probate?

The simple answer is no – anyone can file their own documents with the probate court. The right answer is one that only you can answer. Many probate cases are standard and only require an understanding of the court document requirements and the timing of the process. Some probate cases are more complex and you should be represented by legal counsel.

At Arizona Probate Services, we will discuss your situation with you. If we are uncomfortable about preparing the documents for your particular situation, we will recommend you seek legal counsel. We will always be honest and upfront with you. Integrity and a commitment to quality is the foundation of our business.

Then documents are filed with the court when it is appropriate, you administer the estate, and close probate when it is time! With our help, it’s that simple!

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This website is intended to provide general information about Arizona legal issues and process. However, legal information is not the same as legal advice, which is the application of the law to a specific situation. The information provided on this website is not intended or meant to provide a comprehensive picture of any particular situation.

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Compulsory motor insurance for lawnmowers, golf buggies and mini quad bikes? Thank god we voted to leave the EU

A few years ago, I bought one of those irresistible Christmas presents that you pretend are for the kids, but which you really want to try out yourself.

It was a quad bike. To be accurate, it was a mini quad bike. It was superb. In length and breadth it was no bigger than an armchair, but it was full of grunt.

We would all pile on it in a pyramid of humanity and careen around the garden: up the bank, into the ditch, slap bang into the tree. It had fat round tyres with deep grass-chewing treads. It roared with a proper trail bike roar, and sent out pleasing clouds of aromatic white smoke.

We gave it some welly, I can tell you; and after a while our tyres began to feel the strain. One day the technical demands became too much. I gave it away to the next door neighbour, who is more mechanically minded than I am, and whose kids are younger and certainly less heavy.

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Car Accidents Florida #crash, #accident, #collision, #traffic #court, #tcac, #fl, #fl


Florida DMV Online Guide

Car Accident Responsibilities

What to Do in a Florida Car Accident

Accidents happen so it’s a good idea to know a head of time what you are required to do if you are involved in a crash in Florida. First and foremost you must stop. And if anyone is hurt you are required to get help. In addition you must give your name, address, and vehicle registration number to others involved in the accident.

Florida has close to 250,000 vehicle crashes every year and most common cause is careless driving, which means the driver was not driving taking into account curves, width of road, traffic, corners, the grade of the road (steepness), and other conditions that effect driving.

Don’t Leave the Scene

If you leave the scene of an accident that involves injuries without providing your information your license may be revoked.

Report the Traffic Accident

Any car accident that involves injuries or property damage over $500 must be reported. In these situations you should call the local police department, sheriff, or the Florida Highway Patrol. If an officer investigates the accident they will file a report.

Don’t Block Traffic

If traffic is being blocked by your car you must move it. If you can’t move it yourself, you are required to get help or call a tow truck. Your car should never block traffic in any situation.

Ticket and Traffic Court

Many accidents are caused by a driver that broke traffic laws. If that is the case then an investigating officer will file charges against the offending driver. If you are charged in a traffic accident you will have the opportunity to explain what happened in court. Then the traffic court will decide what the penalty is. In many cases you will be required to complete a Traffic Collision Avoidance Course (TCAC).

Traffic Collision Avoidance Course

A TCAC course is a Florida traffic school course designed to remind drivers of safe driving techniques. It can be completed online, in a classroom, or with a video. When you complete your TCAC course you will receive a certificate from the course provider that you must deliver to the court.

The Florida Drivers Association offers a TCAC traffic course online and on video. If you would prefer to attend a classroom then look in your local yellow pages under driving instruction.

Auto Accidents with an Unattended Vehicle

If you hit a car, truck or other vehicle that is parked with no one it you must inform the owner. Leave a note with your name, address, and license plate and report the accident to local police, sheriff, or Florida highway patrol.

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How Much Does It Cost to Hire a Court Reporter? #court #reporter #cost,legal #technology,legal


How Much Does It Cost to Hire a Court Reporter?

From time to time we get asked the question, How much does it cost to hire a court reporter for a legal deposition? Often this question comes from a new attorney, a legal assistant, or a plaintiff or defendant not familiar with litigation practices. To answer the question, let s first define legal deposition.

A deposition is testimony given by a plaintiff, a defendant or witness in a lawsuit before the case actually goes to trial. The person giving the statement is called the deponent. At the beginning of the deposition, the deponent is asked to swear or affirm that the statement will be truthful. The deposition is taken by a lawyer asking questions of the deponent. Usually, the lawyer for the plaintiff will take the deposition of the defendant, and the lawyer for the defendant will take the deposition of the plaintiff. However, other people with knowledge in a lawsuit may also be deposed. Either lawyer may take the deposition of these other people who have knowledge important to the case.

The deposition is taken down stenographically and transcribed by a court reporter. The court reporter s fees will often include an hourly appearance fee, a fee for each page of the transcript produced after the deposition, as well as other costs such as fees for copying and attaching exhibits that were marked during the deposition.

Appearance Fees:

The appearance fee is typically an hourly fee charged for the time the court reporter actually spends at the deposition. If neither party requests that the transcript be prepared after the deposition, then the fee to the noticing party will usually include a non-write hourly appearance to cover the court reporter s time during the deposition.

Page Fees:

The larger cost of hiring a court reporter is often the cost of the transcript. When one party orders the transcript, the court reporter will prepare a written record of the testimony, as well as charge a fee per page of transcription.

The attorney who orders the transcript will be charged a higher fee for the original transcript. Other parties may order copies of the transcript for a lesser page rate after the original has been ordered by a party.

Page rates for depositions in the North Central region, specifically Michigan, generally range between $3.25 to $3.75 a page for an original transcript. Page rates for copies can range from $2.15 to $2.50. There is normally a higher page rate for hearings and arbitrations and sometimes a higher rate for technical/medical testimony.

In Michigan, there is also what we refer to as a two/thirds rule, i.e. in the Revised Judicature Act of 1961 (excerpt), Act 236 of 1961, 600.1491, Section 1491 (2) states: A court reporter, court recorder, stenomask reporter, or owner of a court reporting firm shall not do any of the following: (b) Charge more than 2/3 of the price of an original transcript for a copy of that transcript. This is something to keep in mind when you are the copy attorney ordering a transcript.

Let s say an attorney orders the original transcript, which will be 100 pages when finished. That means the attorney will be charged $325 to $375 for the transcript pages. A copy would cost $215 to $275.

If a transcript is ordered on an expedited or rush basis, the per-page rate can increase by 40% to 100% per page depending on the time of the requested delivery. It will be more expensive to order daily delivery of a transcript versus two- or three-day delivery. If you do need a transcript in a hurry, be sure to inform your court reporting agency as soon as possible so they can make the necessary arrangements. They will be able to tell you what the expedited page rate will be.

Most court reporters will provide a transcript prepared according to industry standards. On average, a standard deposition page is 25 lines per page, and 50 to 65 characters per line, although each State may have their own format rules the court reporters must follow.

In the State of Michigan, court reporters are provided with the standard format to follow that is outlined in the Michigan Manual for Court Reporters and Recorders which they must adhere to. There is not a specific character per line stated in the Manual, but from our calculations when using the instructions provided from the State of Michigan, we believe the characters in the longest line on the transcript falls in the 65 characters per line range. This can be a very important distinction when calculating how much your transcript will really cost. For more information on this particular topic, you might also be interested in reading How Much Does Your Legal Deposition Really Cost? .

Additional Charges:

There are additional charges which may be incurred during a deposition. Most court reporters will retain any exhibits marked during the deposition and make copies to attach to all transcripts and usually will attach the original exhibits to the original transcript. Copy charges can range from 20 to 40 cents a page for black and white copies to a dollar per page or more for color copies or oversized copies. These rates are set by each court reporting agency and may vary.

Shipping and handling charges may also be included in the price of transcript. These fees can vary from agency to agency as well.

Some court reporting agencies also charge fees for condensed transcripts, ascii versions of the digital transcript, or keyword indexes. At O Brien and Bails Court Reporting, we do not charge extra for these items.

When calling your court reporting agency to schedule a deposition, it is a good idea to ask about these charges as they do vary from agency to agency, and it is important to be aware of the format the agency is using in order to accurately compare the page rates.

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Guide to the Surrogate’s Courts of New York City, Nassau and Suffolk Counties #surrogate’s



Handles all types of matters related to decedents who resided in the County of Bronx when they died or, in the case of guardianships or adoptions, of persons who currently reside in the county.

The Bronx Surrogate’s Court is located in the Supreme Court Building. For detailed driving and/or public transport directions to the court, enter your address below:

Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

SUBWAY. The Yankee Stadium Subway stop at 161 st Street and River Avenue is located three blocks east of the Bronx Supreme Courthouse located at 161 st at Grand Concourse. The Courthouse is conveniently reached by several subway lines. The No. 4 train, as well as the B (weekdays only) and D trains make stops at 161 st Street/Yankee Stadium. Metro North train service to Connecticut and Westchester County is available at the 125 th Street subway stop.

BUSES. Several New York Transit Authority Bus Lines provide convenient service to the Bronx Supreme Courthouse. The BX 6, BX 13 and BX 55 buses stop at 161st St./Grand Concourse, in front of the building. The BxM4 express bus service from Manhattan stops at 161st Street / Grand Concourse.

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To punish respondent for contempt

Suspend, modify, revoke letters or remove a fiduciary other than a custodian or guardian

Suspend, modify, revoke letters or remove a custodian or guardian

Application of fiduciary to resign

Suspend powers- fiduciary in war

Compel production of will

Construction of will

Determination of right of election

Appointment of trustee

Release against state

Appointment of guardian

Open safe deposit box

Proceedings against a fiduciary

Proceedings by fiduciary to discover property

Advice and directions

Review corporate trustee compensation

Petition to compel fiduciary to account

Appointment of successor custodian

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