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Leaving California with legal weed could mean federal charges

California was the first state to create a medical marijuana program, and now they've joined the growing number of states who allow adults to purchase, grow and use marijuana for recreational purposes. There is likely to be an increase in tourists visiting California, at least in part, to enjoy legalized marijuana. However, if you try to take that marijuana home with you, it could cause serious legal issues.

California changes sex offender registry rules

In 2017, the California legislature voted to make changes to Megan's Law, which requires that sex offenders register with the state. The primary change was to reduce the amount of time a person must spend on the state sex offender list. The new law will place those on the sex offender list into three categories. Tier I will be used for those who have committed nonviolent felonies and misdemeanors.

Women sentenced to prison in embezzlement case

A woman who had been convicted on charges relating to embezzlement was sentenced to two years and eight months in a California women's prison. She was accused of falsification of corporate books and state income tax evasion, as she failed to report the embezzled income on her tax returns.

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