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Employment Law Attorney for Orange County and L.A.

Whether it is defending an employer in a wrongful termination suit, advising an employer on the decision as to whether terminate and existing employee, or guiding an employer through an investigation because of an accusation for sexual harassment, Charles M. Farano has one advantage over most other employment law attorneys.

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Opening a Medical Marijuana Dispensary

You hear about medical marijuana dispensaries being "Little cash cows" making hundreds of thousands of dollars a month. Don't believe everything you hear or read on the internet.

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If You Are Looking for Family Law Practices, Call Us.

Family Law is an extremely broad category of laws that include, divorce actions, paternity actions, custody and visitation issues, child support issues, property division issues as well as conservatorship actions.

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The Training of Law Inforcement and The War on Medical Marijuana

Recently, I conducted a Preliminary Hearing on a felony arrest by a local law enforcement agency (which shall go nameless). The person arrested was a member of a medical marijuana collective and was stopped for a traffic violation, after which his car was searched and the deputy found 817 grams (About 1 ½ pounds) of marijuana in the trunk.

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Local Land Use and Permitting Issues.

Medical marijuana collective dispensaries are required to follow the same building codes, land use and local permitting ordinances as other businesses. They need to obtain building permits before doing most lease hold improvements.

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Domestic Violence Criminal Defense Lawyer

Domestic violence and family violence are crimes where the sheer volume of the complaints filed by District Attorneys have grown significantly over the years since the "OJ" trial. A significant amount of money is being poured into programs designed to reduce domestic violence.

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Medical Marijuana Collective Dispensary Law

MEDICAL MARIJUANA has become legal in 14 states and The District of Columbia. Recreational use of Marijuana has been made legal in Colorado and Washington State and it is on the ballots in other states to be legalized.

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