Blog Posts in December, 2012

  • CONSPIRACY: Penal Code 182

    California Penal Code section 182 makes it a crime to even "Conspire" to commit a crime. Thus, even if you didn't actually commit the underlying offense, you can still be convicted of conspiring to commit it. To be convicted under Penal Code 182, the district attorney must prove that one or more individuals conspired to commit a crime. A conspiracy is an agreement between two or more parties to ...
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  • Knife Carry Laws in California

    California law makes it illegal to possess and carry certain types of knives. Many are confused as to what types of knives are legal, and which types are illegal. For purposes of this blog we will seek to shed some light as to what constitutes legal carry of knives. Per the penal code there are many types of “knives”, each with it’s own description and set of laws. These include, ballistic knives, ...
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