The Reeves Law Group

  • Why Choose Our Firm?
  • We have won top results in thousands of cases.
  • Hundreds of cases in the multi-million to $100,000 range.
  • More than 25 years of experience.
  • We don't charge a fee unless we win your case.
  • We make home and hospital visits.
  • Meeting locations throughout California.
  • We will treat you with courtesy, compassion and respect.

Personal Injury Lawyer News

Fact or Fiction: 12-Year Olds Can Get Married in the U.S.

March 3, 2017
Fact or Fiction: 12-Year Olds Can Get Married in the U.S.

This is a fact!

While 18 is the minimum marriage age in most states, there are exceptions in every state that allow children younger than 18 to marry, typically with parental consent or judicial approval. Nine states still allow pregnancy exceptions to the marriage age. In fact, 

Read More...

Posted by Mary Mock at 10:38 am - 1 comment

29 Strange, Bizarre, and 100% True Facts About the Supreme Court

February 20, 2017
29 Strange, Bizarre, and 100% True Facts About the Supreme Court

“Presidents come and go, but the Supreme Court goes on forever.”

Those words from former President William Howard Taft highlight the importance of this judicial body, also known as “the highest court in the land.”

Throughout its nearly 230-year history, a number of interesting personalities and cases have

Read More...

Posted by Casey Markee at 7:57 am - 6 comments

What Are Executive Orders Anyway?

January 28, 2017
What Are Executive Orders Anyway?

Basically, an executive order is an official statement from the president directing how federal agencies, which are part of the executive branch of government, should use their resources. Such orders are one of the types of “executive actions” permitted under Article II of the Constitution, and are the most formal executive action.

Famous

Read More...

Posted by Mary Mock at 7:10 pm - no comments

How Do Presidential Pardons Work?

January 23, 2017
How Do Presidential Pardons Work?

Why Does the President Have the Power to Pardon Convicts?

Article II, Section 2, Clause 1, of the Constitution says the President “shall have Power to grant Reprieves and Pardons for Offenses against the United States, except in Cases of Impeachment.” The Office of the Pardon Attorney, which

Read More...

Posted by Mary Mock at 9:27 pm - no comments
  • Find The Reeves Law Group On