<b>Battery: </b><br>California Penal Code Section 242

Battery:
California Penal Code Section 242

Under Penal Code 242 PC, California law defines battery as “any willful and unlawful use of force or […]


<b>Assaulting a Police Officer: </b><br>California Penal Code 241(C)

Assaulting a Police Officer:
California Penal Code 241(C)

Assaulting a Police Officer means using violence willfully and unlawfully against another person and threatening […]


<b>Battery Causing Great Bodily Injury: </b><br>California Penal Code Section 243(D)

Battery Causing Great Bodily Injury:
California Penal Code Section 243(D)

California’s statute forbidding Battery Causing Great Bodily Injury, also known as Aggravated Battery, applies when […]


<b>Aggravated Assault: </b><br> California Penal Code Section 245 PC

Aggravated Assault:
California Penal Code Section 245 PC

Under California law, aggravated assault (Penal Code Section 245 PC), refers to an assault crime that is more severe than simple assault.


<b>Simple Assault: </b><br> California Penal Code Section 240

Simple Assault:
California Penal Code Section 240

Assault (Simple Assault), California Penal Code (CPC) §240, applies whenever anyone willfully does anything that […]


<b>Criminal Threats: </b><br>California Penal Code 422

Criminal Threats:
California Penal Code 422

Criminal Threats – California Penal Code (CPC) §422, a crime formerly known as ‘Terrorist Threats’, […]


<b>Assault With a Deadly Weapon: </b><br>California Penal Code Section 245(A)(1)

Assault With a Deadly Weapon:
California Penal Code Section 245(A)(1)

Assault With A Deadly Weapon, California Penal Code Section 245(a)(1), occurs whenever anyone assaults another […]


<b>California Assault Crimes: </b><br>Penal Code 240 PC

California Assault Crimes:
Penal Code 240 PC

Assault accusations are very serious cases, which can result in jail time, fines, probation, job loss, loss of reputation and a lifetime of bad record.