Authored by Ken LaMance, LegalMatch Law Library Managing Editor and Attorney at Law
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The Inland Empire is comprised of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties which play host to over 4 million Southeastern California residents. While the area offers great access to the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area, it is consistently ranked high in crime and pollution surveys. Most recently, the Inland Empire has been noted as the capital of methamphetamine production with San Bernardino Sheriff’s eradicating a record 635 meth labs in a single year.
The Inland Empire is also home to a number of experienced lawyers who are familiar with Southern California Courts. Lawyers in the Inland Empire admit a mixed selection of cases like bankruptcy, immigration, DUI, wrongful termination, and divorce cases in addition to others.
Inland Empire radioman Raymond E. Peyton was recently convicted on four counts of child molestation and aggravated sexual assault charges. The conviction earned Peyton 4 sentences of 15 years to life in prison for molesting a girlfriend’s 12 year-old daughter while her mother was dying from cancer.
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