Deborah C. England

Deborah England is a litigator with 20 years of employment law experience. She has published numerous articles and essays on employment and civil rights law, and frequently speaks on these topics before legal and HR professional organizations. England makes her home in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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What Is a Criminal Infraction?
The penalty for an infraction is generally limited to a fine (no jail time). But don't discount an infraction as not serious. Fines and surcharges can rack up quickly, and even a simple traffic stop can lead to arrest or additional charges.
What Is a Prima Facie Case?
You’ve heard the term used on “CSI” or “Law and Order” but what does it mean? It’s not just decorative legalese to impress the uninitiated. It is an early and essential part of every legal action, and has particular significance in criminal cases. What is a Prima Facie Case? The term translates
Cyberbullying Laws in Georgia
A person who contacts or conducts surveillance on another person using electronic communications or devices without the other person’s consent commits a crime in Georgia. All public schools in Georgia must establish anti-bullying policies and codes of conduct.
Revenge Porn Laws in California
California has specifically outlawed “revenge porn.”
Prostitution in Nevada: Laws and Penalties
Nevada is the only state in the union where prostitution is legal. However, Nevada permits prostitution only in licensed brothels located in just eight counties in the state.
If someone gives me permission to sign their name, have I committed forgery?
Signing another's name with permission is not forgery, but be sure that you sign in a way that reveals the permission.
Can Registered Sex Offenders Be Barred From Using Social Media?
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a law preventing registered sex offenders from using social media such as Facebook and Instagram.
Is Sexual Harassment in the Workplace a Crime?
Sexual harassment, if accomplished by acts that are crimes, can become a criminal matter.
Revenge Porn Laws in Arizona
Revenge porn is illegal in Arizona, where it is a crime to post or disclose explicit images of another person in order to harass that person.
State Sex Offender Registration
Sex offenders must register periodically with state authorities for years after release, and their status as a sex offender affects and limits many aspects of their lives.