If you review the police blotter in any Southern California city, regardless of its population or size, you’ll see a number of incidents labeled as “assault.” Several criminal offenses fall under the category of “assault” under California law. What many people don’t realize is you don’t actually have to hurt …
What to Do If You Have Been Arrested on Suspicion of Possessing Methamphetamines
Health & Safety Code 11377 HS is a California law that makes it illegal for individuals to possess methamphetamines for personal use. This is a drug crime that is charged as a misdemeanor because voters in California passed Proposition 47 in 2014, a measure that requires that possession…
What Happens When You Violate Probation?
If you violate any of the probation terms, there may be a number of potential consequences. Your probation could be revoked or modified at the discretion of the judge. If the court revokes your probation, you will likely be sentenced to jail or prison. Here are some of the consequences you could face if you have been accused of violating your probation.
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Do Warrants Expire In California?
A police officer does not need an arrest warrant to take you into custody. This typically occurs when an officer sees you commit a crime. However, in many cases an arrest is made when there is an arrest warrant. In the state of California, an arrest warrant can be issued by a judge at the request of a police officer. Arrest warrants are issued when evidence is presented by prosecutors or police officials to a judge or following an indictment by a grand jury.
What is the Difference Between 1st and 2nd Degree Burglary?
The California Penal Code 459 defines burglary as breaking and entering a structure with the intent to steal or commit a felony. While most people think of breaking and entering a home as the only type of burglary, a “structure” is considered any building, including a residence, a business, a storage container, or even a tent. Under the law…
How Long Does a Felony Stay on Your Record?
A felony conviction will typically stay on the individual’s criminal record forever. However, there are some steps individuals can take to limit its effect on their future:
Drunk ins Public/Public Intoxication – PC 647(f)
Under California Penal Code section 647(f) it is a crime to be drunk in public. But don’t be misled by this statute. You can only be found guilty under this section if the following criteria have been met:
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