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Friday, July 25, 2014

What You Need to Know about California VC §20002 – “Hit & Run”

What You Need to Know about California VC §20002 – “Hit & Run” The elements necessary to find you guilty of Hit & Run in California are pretty simple: You were driving a vehicle The vehicle was involved in a collision and you knew it The collision caused (or likely caused) some damage to someone else’s property and you knew it You didn’t stop immediately And you didn’t provide your name and address to the property owner or you didn’t leave a note containing your name and... Read The Rest

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Friday, July 25, 2014

What You Need to Know about Stolen Property Cases

What You Need to Know about Stolen Property Cases Under California Penal Code §496, it is a crime to:   BUY property which you know to be stolen SELL property which you know to be stolen RECEIVE property which you know to be stolen CONCEAL property which you know to be stolen or WITHHOLD property which you know to be stolen.   All of the Stolen Property laws target those who knowingly buy, sell, receive, conceal, or withhold stolen property AFTER the theft occurs. Quite... Read The Rest

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Monday, February 04, 2013

Are Slogans Good for EMS?

Are slogans good for EMS? What happens when the perceived conduct doesn’t match the motto? I’m sure that when it appeared the LAPD was beating Rodney King senseless, the words “Protect” and “Serve” were not first in the minds of viewers. In fact, the LAPD’s image is still recovering from that incident. Nearly two decades later, I still hear people say that the LAPD will “…treat you like a King – a Rodney King” and the department continues to fight an uphill battle to show the public that they... Read The Rest

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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

P.C. 496

 Under California Law it makes it a crime to:   BUY SELL RECEIVE CONCEEAL WITHHOLD Property which you know to be stolen.   This charge targets those who knowingly perform any of the above acts after the theft occurs. This means that if you knowingly receive the stolen property from the thief, you may be held liable for this offense.   But remember, just because you were arrested for receiving the stolen property doesn’t mean you actually are guilty of it. In some situations... Read The Rest

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