Men Are Now Officially Second Class Citizens – So What Are We Doing About It?

Over the years, men have been subject to relentless propaganda that women are the oppressed class.  We have been taught to buy into the “gender pay gap” myth, to believe that “toxic masculinity” is a scourge on society, and that men are responsible for all domestic violence and sex crimes.  Politicians, mainstream media, courts, and the “permanent bureaucracy” composed of a few elites with self-serving interests have permitted legislation and…

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Why Men (and everyone) Should Care About California State Bar Ethics Rule 5-110 – Prosecutors Can Now Be Held Liable For Unethical and Overzealous Prosecutions

On November 2, 2017, the California Supreme Court approved new state bar ethics rules which impose heightened duties on prosecutors in criminal cases.  Why is this important? Men are often the target of overzealous or unethical prosecutions, particularly at the hands of jealous or vindictive women.  Prosecutors who bring fake rape, DV or sexual assault cases can be sanctioned or disbarred under the new rules for not paying attention to…

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Stop False Accusers and the Governments That Support Them – Save Jerry Cox and Restore His Life, Liberty and Property

Jerry Cox, a rancher in Mariposa County, was falsely charged with 15-counts of rape and sexual assault by Mariposa County, California in 2015. All counts were dismissed with prejudice on August 14, 2017 when Mr. Cox’s defense attorneys exposed the corruption and malicious prosecution by the County which had exonerating evidence in its possession demonstrating Mr. Cox’s innocence. The charges should have never been brought in the first place. Mr.…

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University Sexual Assault Witch Hunts Cannot Deprive Student of Due Process Court Rules

On June 8, 2017, the Central District Court of California issued a scathing opinion in John Doe v. Regents of the University of California condemning the actions of administrators at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) for violating the due process and civil rights of a student who was suspended by University officials based on the sexual assault complaint of an ex-student who claimed she was too intoxicated to give…

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California To Amend Rape Laws (Again) To Target Men With “Stealthing”

On May 16, 2017, California assembly woman, Christina Garcia, introduced another ill-conceived “rape law”  to target men.  https://a58.asmdc.org/press-releases/rape-definition-ca-include-stealthing.  This expands the ever growing definition of rape to include the alleged practice of “stealthing”: “Stealthing” is the nonconsensual, intentional removal or tampering with of a condom during sexual intercourse.  The practice of stealthing isn’t new.  Deeply rooted in centuries of rape culture based on dominance and control, particularly of women by…

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Can I Stop Paying Spousal Support And Move On?

As a lawyer, my first disclaimer is this… this is not legal advice. It is information and opinion.  My second disclaimer is that these are not family court/social worker sanctioned opinions. OK, now read on. First, the basics. If you are the higher earning spouse and have been married for any length of time, in many jurisdictions such as California (and other states), you may have to pay spousal support…

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A Quick Summary of California’s New Marijuana Laws

Effective immediately in 2016 and beyond, California’s prop. 64 has legalized the personal use of marijuana and radically reduced criminal penalties for violations of marijuana use.  Prior to prop. 64, medical marijuana was legal for Californians who had a valid medical prescription.  These laws are still in effect, so if you have a valid medical prescription, you should continue to use it.  It could be another couple years before state licensed marijuana…

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How the Third Wave of Feminism Hijacked The Legal System To Target Men

Feminism has gone beyond equal pay and equal rights. In the United States (and other liberal democracies) there have been three waves of feminism that have influenced our governments and legal systems. In the U.S., the first wave came after the civil war, where through the passage of the 19th amendment, women were given the right to vote and an equal voice in the government.  Other laws of the Constitution…

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California Eliminates Statute of Limitations On Rape and Sexual Assault

On September 28, 2016, on the heels of amending other sexual assault legislation on the books in California, the Golden State now allows rape and other sexual assault allegations to be brought at anytime during the life of the defendant.  The new law kicks in on Jan. 1, 2017 but applies retroactively if the statute of limitations has not yet run on.  Previously there was a 10-year statute of limitations in…

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Men Will Face Minimum of 3-8 Years in Prison for Sex With A Drunk Woman

update: this law his now been signed into effect; min 3 years prison sentence for attempted rape and other “sexual assault” laws Following the politicized uproar over the so-called lenient sentence that Brock Turner received in his sexual assault case, the California legislature has passed yet another “rape” law by 66-0. Under the new law, a defendant would face a minimum of 3-years in prison if he has sex, oral,…

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