Treva Brandon Scharf: I use these parks and trails for exercise, for social time with friends, for activities with out-of-towners, for romantic outings, and for the spiritual benefits I get from communing with nature.
Treva Brandon is a Los Angeles based writer and fitness professional. She is currently Managing Editor at ElderSense.com, an online resource dedicated to eldercare. She can also be found delivering wit and wisdom on her blog, The Late Blooming Bride www.thelatebloomingbride.com.
Treva got her start writing advertising copy at BBDO in New York. Her skills brought her to L.A. where she has created on-air promos for networks and studios. Her writing career has spanned all platforms, from screenplays and reality TV programming, to digital marketing and social media.
When Treva isn’t acquiring and creating original content and curating bloggers, she is up at 5am training private clients, teaching group fitness classes at Equinox, or training for her next marathon. She also volunteers as a Fulfillment Fund mentor and a Special Olympics coach. She is passionate about politics, policy, and people of all ages and abilities.
Her 30+ years in the fitness industry includes spinning, sports conditioning, yoga, boot camp, and traditional resistance training. Treva draws from her years as a competitive high school and collegiate athlete to help her clients and classes achieve peak performance.
Whether it’s writing or fitness, Treva’s work is always creative and collaborative.
Hector Villagra: We think it’s clear that because California has no stop identify and statute — and, therefore, in the words of the Supreme Court, has not created a legal obligation requiring a suspect to answer questions — you cannot be arrested for failing to provide identification when detained by a police officer.