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Evading a Police Officer Laws in California – VC 2800.1

Evading a police or peace officer is covered under California Vehicle Code Section 2800.1, which criminalizes the act of willfully attempting to flee from a police officer who is pursuing you. In basic terms, it’s illegal to evade or even attempt to evade a law enforcement officer whom is in...

Posted: November 22 2017 read more

California Animal Abuse & Cruelty Laws - PC 597

The state of California has some of the strictest animal cruelty laws in the United States. In fact, animal abuse is considered a serious crime with potentially harsh legal consequences. Any accusations of neglect or abuse of an animal are thoroughly investigated and aggressively prosecuted in Los Angeles County. Animal...

Posted: November 01 2017 read more

California Felon With a Firearm Laws - PC 29800

Have you been accused of being a felon in possession of a firearm in Los Angeles County? The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution provides citizens a legal right to bear arms. However, there are several ways someone can forfeit their gun ownership rights. Under California Penal Code Section...

Posted: October 25 2017 read more

Common California Internet Sex Crimes

The internet has made it possible to communicate with others with anonymity, and many people use websites to chat rooms, and social media services to view sexually explicit content and find sexual partners. While this type of conduct is typically legal when it occurs between consenting adults, internet activity that...

Posted: October 18 2017 read more

California Disturbing the Peace Law - PC 415

Disturbing the peace law is covered under California Penal Code Section 415. Most people have heard of the infamous term “disturbing the peace,” but many don’t know the exact meaning under the law or the legal consequences. This law covers a variety of public disruptive activities, including loud verbal arguments,...

Posted: October 11 2017 read more

California Drunk in Public Law - PC 647(f)

Drunk in public laws are covered under California Penal Code Section 647(f). It’s more infamous names are “public intoxication” or “drunk and disorderly.” However, in spite of its popular name, simply being drunk in public is not typically considered a crime. In most public intoxication cases in Los Angeles County, if...

Posted: October 04 2017 read more

Brandishing a Weapon Laws in California

Brandishing a weapon laws are covered under California Penal Code Section 417. In basic terms, this law prohibits anyone from drawing or exhibiting a deadly weapon in a rude or threatening manner in the presence of another individual. It’s important to note here that it is not necessary that you actually...

Posted: September 27 2017 read more

What is Aiding and Abetting in California?

Are you facing aiding and abetting charges in Los Angeles? What exactly does this mean? In some cases, you could get charged with a crime you didn’t actually physically commit. Aiding and abetting charges are covered under California Penal Code Section 31. In basic terms, “aiding and abetting” means you...

Posted: September 21 2017 read more

What is False Imprisonment Charges in California?

A false imprisonment offense is covered under California Penal Code Section 236. In basic terms, false imprisonment charges can be filed if you unlawfully deprive another individual of their personal liberty. This means if you intentionally detain another person without a legal right to do so, and they are not allowed to...

Posted: September 14 2017 read more

Juveniles and Vandalism Charges in Los Angeles

The experience of having your child arrested for any type of crime is probably one of the most stressful situations in your life. Kids make bad decisions and mistakes. Peer pressure to be a “cool kid” is often enormous. One of the most common  is vandalism, which is described as...

Posted: September 07 2017 read more