Decent, but a bit overpriced I loved the 2012 app, and I always told myself I'd gladly pay for an updated version. The subscription model seems like a bit much to me. It's good to have the post prop 47 laws covered, but I just don't see the value for 20 dollars a year when a lot of the information is readily available elsewhere. I do like the new scene categories for quickly finding sections. I'm all about new features, but the calculators aren't very relevant to someone in the field. A one time purchase would be easier to swallow
Great app. I've been looking for something like this for years. A coworker told me about it and I immediately downloaded it. The way you search for codes is efficient. My phone has Android 7.1 and I noticed the app was running in the background and it was keeping my GPS active and quickly draining my battery. I went into permissions and removed the apps permission to use my GPS. I don't know why it needed GPS at all and I don't know why it was keeping it active. Otherwise an excellent app for people who need quick access to the penal code and elements for crimes etc.
Perfect! Thanks for updating the app!
30 minute trial? Supposedly a 7 day trial, but I looked up exactly one code, and now it's forcing me to buy it. I understand charging, but for $20/year I need more than one chance to try it out. While I liked what I saw, it wasn't enough to pay based on that one experience, and I can find most of the info on Google. Too bad, because it looked like there was some interesting info.
Free for the first 7 days, then it's a subscription for $19.99 per year. This is an amazing tool for any California Criminal attorney. The Placer Group has been regularly updating Crime Finder for iOS devices, and now has updated the Android version. It includes: 1. The crime finder app you know and love, including updated laws for 2016 - all the post-prop 47 stuff, etc... 2. Custody Credits Calculator - with options to have multiple start/end dates. Useful for checking those probation reports! 4019 time is automatically calculated at the bottom. 3. A release date calculator - with options to calculate a possible release date and options to allow you to pick whether time will be done at 50%, 85%. 80% or even the 2/3 of sentence option at 66%. 4. Court Date Calculator - When is last day to trial or prelim? Things to improve: Add a "woblette" option to see possible infractions, add Pitchess calendar calculation (16 court days). Please keep updating this app each year!
Awesome! Thanks for letting me know about the update! This app is a must and its still free! Wow!
This version includes updates to the California Statutes for 2017.
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