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- California Courts: Self-Help Center
Maintained by the California Courts, offers detailed but understandable legal information and assistance. Topics covered include: Free and Low-Cost Legal Help, Small Claims, Divorce, Custody, Adoption, Emancipation, Special Education, Protection from Abuse, Traffic Tickets and much more.
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Reliable information about common legal issues, written by reputable sources on 16 general topics and over 140 specific subtopics. Includes an updated directory of legitimate and pre-screened organizations that offer free or low-cost legal advice and representation. This free site is supported by the State Bar of California and nearly 100 legal nonprofits dedicated to making the justice system fair for everyone.
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- Patent and Trademark Resources from the Sunnyvale Public Library
The Sunnyvale Library is a Patent and Trademark Resource Center (PTRC). Supported by a US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) program and expert staff, PTRCs disseminate patent and trademark information and support the public's diverse intellectual property needs.
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E Clampus Vitus
E Clampus Vitus is a men-only organization which flourished in the California mining camps during the Gold Rush days. After many years of being dormant, it was revived in the early 1930's, and has chapters throughout the West. It has been described by Carl Wheat, a San Francisco historian who ... [More]