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Are You Being Charged with Robbery?

Robbery is a consider a felony in California. If convicted of theft in California, you may be sentenced to up to 6 years in prison and face heavy fines. If you are being charged with this crime in California, you need to talk to a qualified attorney immediately.

What is California theft?
Under Penal Code 211, California robbery is defined as the criminal taking of personal property in the possession of another, of his person or his immediate presence and against his will, achieved through force or fear. In order to plead guilty to theft under California’s PC 211, the prosecution must prove that it took property that was not possession of its own, of another person and immediate presence, against the will of the person, by force or fear and with the intention of Permanently depriving the owner of its use. California conviction and punishment for theft will vary depending on the charges against you.

  • Robbery
  • Minor Theft
  • Grand Theft
  • Grand Theft Auto

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What Is An Arraignment?

Every criminal case has multiple stages: You have your arraignment, your pretrial conferences, your settlement conferences possibly preliminary hearings motions. Motions in limine and then

Read More »

What Is Bail?

Bail is a condition of release, typically you put up money to be released from jail that is bail. So if you’re charged with a

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What Is Mens Rea?

Mens rea goes to your intent, your mind, your brain, when you do an action. For example, in criminal cases the majority of criminal crimes

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