Riverside County Law Library

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Category: Legal Commentary

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The mission of the Riverside County Law Library is to “enable everyone in Riverside County to perform the highest level of research and practice through free and open access to the law.”

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You Gotta See This

Jun 11, 2014

Category: Book Review

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Not just another arbor (tree) law book. Here you can read about the codes related to forestry law. If nothing else, it's a great read and can easily put your kids to sleep at night.

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Tags : Law, Library, books

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Category: Current Events

Did you know that Riverside is the 4th largest county in California and may someday be the 2nd largest county in the state of California? I just heard an inspiring message from Jay Orr, the Chief Executive Officer of Riverside County detailing the fact that as we grow in size and economic importance in this state, we need a vision for our county that matches our potential.

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Category: Legal Commentary

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Sometimes it's the little things that come back to bite you

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Category: Current Events

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Captain's Duties in reference to disasters at sea

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Law Day 2014 Recap

May 05, 2014

Category: Current Events

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Judge Jackson Lucky. Presiding Judge of The Family Law Court, addressed 40+ attendees at the Riverside County Law Library about Why Every Vote Matters

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On May 1 (Law Day) the RCLL hosted Judge Jackson Lucky who spoke regarding the importance of exercising your right to vote

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Tags : Law, Voting, Judge

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Being mistaken for someone else can lead to unfortunate consequences

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Category: Current Events

Libraries have always made a difference in people's lives.

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Lucy the Poinsettia

Apr 01, 2014

Category: Miscellaneous

I’m proud of the work that my co-workers and I do here at the Indio Branch of the Riverside County Law Library. Among other things, we help our patrons, maintain the facility, and troubleshoot (or pass onto the appropriate party) the six million issues that come up on a daily basis (I acknowledge the hyperbole).

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