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January 4, 2024
SPECIAL UPDATE 2024 New and Amended Statutes” Edition (For Pro Subscribers Only)

It’s Here!
The 2024 New and Amended Statutes Edition
(Laws Effective January 1, 2024)

The California State Legislature was busy in 2023 crafting new laws and amending existing ones that affect nearly every aspect of people’s lives – and that have a critical impact on how the law enforcement system operates.

But the venerable Deputy District Attorney Robert Phillips (retired) has been closely monitoring these changes – as he has for more than 30 years – and has compiled the most important updates in this annual publication exclusively for Professional members of Legal Updates (®).

Here you will have complete access to the 2024 New and Amended Statutes Edition – comprising 91 pages of material that affects your profession.

This edition is routinely one of our most sought-after publications of the year and has been described as a “must have” for law enforcement officers, attorneys and judges.

Click below to receive a copy of the 2024 New and Amended Statutes – exclusively available at no cost to our Professional subscribers. If you are not yet a Professional subscriber, we encourage you to consider upgrading. Your subscription (currently on promotion for only $7.50 per month – about .25 cents per day) provides you full, unlimited access to our site and materials, and supports our additional faculty, research and publication costs to expand timely legal update services for you.

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Thank you for your service and stay safe!

– Legal Updates Team

Some highlights of the 2023 session include changes in law related to:

  • Reproductive Rights and Abortion
  • Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse
  • Elections Laws
  • Excited Delirium
  • Firearms and Marijuana (Cannabis)
  • Good Samaritan Laws
  • Hate Crimes and Racial Prejudice
  • Homeless Issues
  • In-Vehicle Cameras
  • Juveniles
  • Prosecutors’ Duties
  • Sexual Assault Cases and Victims of Crime