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Assault with a Firearm

The California Law on Assault with a Firearm   California Penal Code Sec 245(a)(2) defines the crime of assault with a firearm. This crime is defined as an unlawful attempt coupled with the present ability to commit a violent injury upon another individual. The...

Assault with Deadly Weapon

The Crime of Assault with a Deadly Weapon   Sec 245(a)(1) of the California Penal Code states that the crime of assault with a deadly weapon is committed when an individual assault another and a deadly weapon was used in the commission of the assault. Simply put,...

California Penal Code Section 240

California Penal Code Sec 240: The Crime of Assault in California The crime of assault is committed when there is an unlawful attempt to commit a crime together with an ability to commit the crime. Under Sec 240 of the California Penal Code, this crime is committed...

Arson

The Law on Arson in California Arson has been criminalized as early as the 1800s. The current law in force is Sec 451 of the California Penal Code prohibits the willful or malicious setting afire a building, piece of land, or some other property. The second part of...

Appropriation of Lost Property

The California Law on Appropriation of Lost Property Sec 485 of the California Penal Code stipulates that an individual who “finds lost property under circumstances which give him knowledge of or means of inquiry as to the true owner and who appropriates such property...