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The California state Vehicle Code 23540 refers to explicit DUI punishments on second DUI offenses. A convicted person violating Vehicle Code 23152 with the offense occurring within a 10-year period could be punished by:
-Imprisonment of between 90 days and one year in the county jail
-Fine between $390 and $1,000
The offender could also be subject to the state’s Vehicle Code 23542 where probation could be imposed on the convicted offender where a participation in a DUI program is deemed necessary.
Domestic Violence (Restraining Order)
Child abuse is taken very seriously as domestic violence under the Penal Code 273d PC on where it is a crime to subject a child to corporal punishment or injury. By law, parents are permitted to spank a child in reasonable latitude but not to the extent of inflicting cruelty or injury.
For adult victims of domestic violence, California Penal Code 243(e)(1) PC refers domestic battery to be a harmful act of will that is unlawful on:
Individuals in a dating relationship
Theft Crimes ( Petty Theft, Shoplifting, Burglary, Robbery etc)
Grand theft crimes in Spring Valley fall under California Penal Code 487 where stealing property valued above $950 could be charged as either a felony or a misdemeanor. The specific charge would depend on the surrounding circumstances.
A grand theft crime could involve the stealing a firearm regardless of its value or an automobile. This is deemed a felony if the stolen merchandize is valued above $950; otherwise, it is charged as a misdemeanor. Burglaries are subject to the 3-strikes law in California.
Drug Crimes( Possession, Sales, Trafficking)
Manufacturing illegal drugs and narcotics is deemed as a dangerous act that is parked under California Health & Safety Code 11379.6 HS drug crimes law where a court conviction could lead to a felony charge. Offenders would be tried and found guilty of:
Controlled substances listed by the law. It is illegal for offenders to:
-Operate a meth lab for the purpose of production
-Compressing marijuana resin into hashish
Sex Crimes Law( Rape, Sexual Assault, Prostitution)
The state Penal Code 261.5 PC commits statutory rape as a sexual intercourse with an underage individual known as unlawful sex with a minor. It does not matter if the sexual act was consensual to be charged under statutory rape.
Statutory rape could be deemed a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the surrounding circumstances. However, certain factors are taken into consideration by the court before imposing judgment such as ages of defendant and victim.
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