I was found off property and wasn't identified by victim but was by officer who watched tape. Stolen property was found near my location but not on me. I got charged with a robbery and assault. Is that right? Am I guilty?
To commit criminal trespass, you must: (1) intentionally enter onto someone else's property; (2) without the owner's consent; and (3) remain on the property until you are removed. Penal Code 602(m); CALCRIM 2931.
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California's ban-the-box law, which took effect on January 1st, prohibits both private and government employers who have 5 employees or more from asking about, or inquiring into, an applicant's criminal history until after he or she has...View More
I was arrested and charged with felony child abuse 13 years ago after my daughter received a burn to her leg caused by extremely hot water while she in the tub. At 18 years old I had no idea of the horrible consequences of my decision to accept the plea deal would have on my life. As a result of my... View More
Expungement is available to those who receive, and who are able to successfully complete, a sentence of probation. This is true regardless of whether your underlying conviction was for a misdemeanor or a felony. Penal Code 1203.4(a).
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