New 2011 California Laws

January 1, 2011 – New laws have taken effect in California this year. These include:

Marijuana – Possession of less than an ounce of marijuana is now classified as an infraction, which is a similar to a parking ticket. A person may still receive a $100 fine but offense cannot be included on a person’s criminal record.
Motorcycles – Any person under the age of 21 years who wishes to obtain an instruction permit must first complete a motorcycle safety course. This permit is required to be held for six months before a class M motorcycle license is issued.
Impersonating someone online – California laws regarding impersonation online have been updated: It is now a misdemeanor to harm, intimidate, threaten, or defraud a person while impersonating someone else through email or a social networking site.
Truancy – Enforcement agencies are now permitted to file a misdemeanor charge against parents of truant elementary school children if it is determined that the parents did not reasonably supervise their children and encourage them to attend school.

For more information, visit http://www.sacramentocriminaldefenselawyerblog.com/2011/01/new-laws-for-california-in-201.html.

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