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Aiding and Abetting

The California Law on Aiding and Abetting a Criminal Offense Many think that aiding and abetting is a criminal offense in itself. It is, in the state of California, the legal maxim that allows the prosecution of an individual who had knowledge of the commission of an...

Accessory After The Fact

The Law on Accessory After the Fact Also known as AATF, California Penal Code Sec 32 defines the criminal act known as being an accessory after the fact. The crime is committed by an individual assisting another person after the commission of a felony. This assistance...

Assault

Among the many crimes of violence, assault may be seen as a misdemeanor, and not really seen that often as a felony. The usual instance wherein a crime of assault is treated as a felony is when that involves a police officer, or any other law enforcement officer....

Battery

Touching a person without consent in a manner that is considered offensive is a crime of violence referred to as a battery. The crime of battery may actually be a disrespect of the principle of respecting another’s personal space. Most Los Angeles criminal attorneys...

Robbery

A commonly performed crime of violence is robbery. It is the crime of taking another’s property by using intimidation or more often than not, violence. People who may want to learn more about what constitutes robbery may do their research via the Internet, read Law...

Homicide

The crime of killing another person is referred to as homicide. Take note however that the act of homicide may not always be seen as something illegal. The reason why the action took place may affect if a specific homicide may be considered illegal or may be...