Month: April 2015

Creating A Fake Fire Alarm

in Bail Procedure, Laws Pulling a fire alarm without the presence of a fire is a crime, and the perpetrator will go to jail for the offense. This is a misdemeanor that will involve a fine after a citation is issued, but the person who pulled the alarm must get out of jail first. A bail bondsman is there… Read More

Robbery in CA

in Laws In California, under Penal Code Section 211-215, robbery is the forceful acquisition of another person’s personal property. ... Read More

The Legal Reality Of Carjacking

in Laws In the state of California, the laws that cover carjacking are in California Penal Code Section 215 PC. According to the law, a person can be charged with carjacking if they obtained a motor vehicle they do not own or have the authorization to use. ... Read More