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  • Burglary & Theft Laws in California
    Burglary & Theft Laws in California

    California Penal Code § 459 and 459.5 According to the California Penal Code, burglary is any instance in which a person unlawfully enters a “home, store, car, boat, etc. with the intent to perpetrate ...

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  • Petty Theft & Expungement in California
    Petty Theft & Expungement in California

    In the state of California, if you have been arrested for and convicted of petty theft, you may be able to expunge the record. This is a viable option for people in select cases and situations, as ...

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  • Sealing Your Arrest Record for Petty Theft
    Sealing Your Arrest Record for Petty Theft

    Were you arrested for petty theft but never actually faced a conviction for the crime you were arrested for? If this is the case, your arrest will show up on your permanent criminal record for the ...

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  • Theft Crime Definitions in California & Possible Legal Defenses
    Theft Crime Definitions in California & Possible Legal Defenses

    Theft crimes in California generally defined as the intentional taking of a person’s property without any direct permission, or without the intention of ever returning it. Virtually any of notable ...

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  • Burglary Vs. Robbery in California
    Burglary Vs. Robbery in California

    The terms burglary and robbery are often used as synonyms by people who are unaware of the difference. These two theft crimes are different and result in different penalties in California. First, the ...

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  • What Constitutes Burglary and What are the Penalties in CA?
    What Constitutes Burglary and What are the Penalties in CA?

    In order to be charged with burglary in California, the prosecutor has the burden of proving that the suspect entered property without permission, with the intent of committing a crime. 'Property' in ...

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