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The King’s Zach Randolf and the legal ramifications of his recent Marijuana Possession arrest     When Zach Randolph signed a two-year, $24 million deal with the Sacramento Kings in July, it finally seemed like the Sacramento Kings were doing everything right. Prior to his arrest, Kings fans were excited that Randolph was going to […]

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  As many of us remember, Sacramento was the final stop last November before Kanye West canceled the rest of his tour. The rapper exhibited strange behavior on many occasions throughout the tour. Sacramento was no exception with a 17-minute long tirade in the middle of the concert. On a recent episode of All Things […]

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Every year thousands of people flock to the desert of Nevada to experience the eccentric community and culture that is the Burning Man festival. However, the festivities were interrupted this year when Aaron Joel Mitchell ran into a blaze of fire and was tragically killed. On this week’s episode of All Things Legal, personal injury […]

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The country has been in shock as backlash has erupted over the recent events that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia just two weeks ago. A group of nationalist protesters took to the streets waving Confederate flags and chanting Nazi slogans such as “blood and soil” and “Jews will not replace us.”  The demonstration was met […]

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Craig Ashton sat down with Edward Schade on a recent episode of All Things Legal to discuss the hit-and-run law that every biker should know. In early June, seasoned bicyclist and running legend Bill Finkbeiner was walking on a bike trail in Sacramento when he was struck from behind by an oncoming bicycle. The bicyclist […]

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Our perceptions of office drinking culture have shifted in the last few years. For many companies—often start-ups and agency-like firms—drinking on the job is now considered a perk. On a recent episode of All Things Legal, Craig Ashton speaks about the increasing trend of drinking in the workplace and the legal import of this growing […]

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Craig Ashton and Ed Schade spent some time on a recent episode of All Things Legal discussing the impact of body cams on police enforcement. Recent headlines involving police misconduct reiterate the need for accountability of law enforcement through body cams. Additionally, the evidence that can be obtained by body cams can be critical in […]

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Technological advancements are making it easier to store and share personal information on the internet, but how well is that information protected? What do companies like Vizio, Amazon, and Apple do with our information? This article by ProPublica calls attention to aggressive monitoring of users’ viewing habits by Visio’s Smart TV. The “Smart Interactivity” feature […]

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Insurance companies tend to classify proactive treatment as “excessive care” and deny claims, opting instead for traditional drug treatments and medications. “It’s a lot less expensive to medicate somebody than [it is] to proactively treat them,” Craig Ashton from the Law Firm of Ashton & Price explains. One of the most common complaints in personal […]

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When you pay close attention to the news, it quickly becomes obvious that even just in the local Sacramento area, serious auto accidents happen nearly every day. And unfortunately, many of these accidents could easily have been avoided. On Sunday, September 27th, a motorcyclist from San Jose was killed on I-80 while passing through West […]

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