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Theft (484)
misdo/felony over $400
*taking and carrying away of
*personal property of another
*without consent of the owner
*with the intent to permanently deprive
Vehicle theft (10851 VC)
Felony
*Driving or taking of
*a vehicle not the persons own
*without consent of the owner
*with intent to permanently or temporarily deprive the owner
*of the title or possession of such vehicle
Defrauding an inkeeper (537 PC)
misdo/felony over $400
*obtaining of
*food, fuel, services or accommodations*
*at a designated facility without paying
*with intent to defraud the propretor or manager
Embezzlement (503 pc)
misdo/felony over $400 and felony if involving government funds
fraudulant appropriation or conversion of property

by a person whom it has been intrusted

with the intent to permanently or temporarily deprive the owner.
Assault (240 pc)
misdo
* An unlaw ful attempt, coupled with
* the present ability
* to commit a violent injury.
Battery (242 pc)
misdo/felony when GBI or when against certain class of victims
* Willful and unlawful
* use of force or violence
* on the person of another.
Assault with a
deadly
weapon or by
means of
force (245 pc)
Felony
* Unlawful attempt
* coupled with the present ability
* to commit a violent injury
* upon the person of another
* by use of a deadly weapon
* or force likely to produce great bodily harm.
Mayhem (203 pc)
Felony
* Unlawfully and maliciously
* deprives a human being
* of a member of their body, or
* disables, disfigures, or renders a member of his
or her body useless, or
* cuts or disables the tongue, or
* puts out an eye, or
* slits the nose, ear, or lip.
Elder or dependent adult abuse (368 pc)
felony
abuse involving
theft or
embezzlement
is
misdemeanor,
below $400,
and a felony,
over $400
C Willfully causes or permits
C an elder or dependent adult
C to suffer unjustifiable physical pain or mental
suffering or
C to be placed in a condition or situation likely to
produce great bodily harm or death or
C violates any provision of law proscribing theft or
embezzlement to the property of that elder or
dependent.
Kidnapping (207(a)pc)
felony
C Unlawful taking of a person
C against his or her will
C by force or fear
C from one place to another.
False imprisonment (236 pc)

misdemeanor;
felony, if
accomplished
by violence,
menace, fraud,
or deceit
C Unlawful violation
C of the personal liberty
C of another.
Detainment or concealment of a child from legal custodian
(278 pc)
felony
C Every person
C not having the right of custody, who
C maliciously takes, entices, or conceals away
C any minor child
C with the intent to detain or conceal
C from a person having lawful custod y.
Deprivation of custody of a child
(278.5 pc)
Felony
C Every person who has the shared right of custody
or visitation
C pursuant to a court order
C who detains, conceals, takes, or entices away
C with intent to deprive
C the other person of custody.
Robbery

(211 pc)

Felony
C Taking of personal property of another
C from the person or immediate presence
C against the person’s will
C accomplished by means of force or fear
C with the specific intent to permanently
deprive that person of the property.
Carjacking

(215 pc)

Felony
C Taking of a
C motor vehicle
C from the person or immediate presence
C of a possessor or passenger
C by force or fear
C with the intent to either permanently or
temporarily deprive the possessor or
passenger.
Excusable homicide

195 pc

no crime
C Killing
C by accident or misfortune
C or during lawful conduct
C without any unlawful intent and
C without extreme or gross negligence (called
“criminal negligence”)
Justifiable homicide by public
officers

196 pc

no crime
C Killing
C by public officers (or those acting under their
authority)
C in self-defense or
C in arresting or retaking felons who are armed or
who pose a significant threat of death or
serious injury to the officer or others
Justifiable homicide by
any person

197 pc

no crime
C Killing
C by any person
C when resisting the commission of any felony
where it reasonably appears there is a threat of
death or great bodily injury to any person
Murder

187 pc

Felony
C Unlawful killing of a human being or fetus
C with malice aforethought
Voluntary
manslaughter

192(a) pc

Felony
C The unlawful, intentional killing of a human
being
C without malice aforethought
C upon sudden quarrel or heat of passion or
C during imperfect self-defense
Involuntary
manslaughter

192(b)

Felony
C The unlawful, unintentional killing of a
human being
C without malice aforethought
C during the commission either of a
misdemeanor dangerous to human life, or
C a dangerous lawful act committed with gross
negligence
Vehicular
manslaughter

192(c)(2)
192(c)(3)

misdemeanor
with simple
negligence;
felony with
simple
negligence
and
intoxication;
felony with
gross
negligence
C The unintentional and unlawful killing of a
human being
C without malice aforethought
C while driving either in the commission of
- an unlawful act not amounting to a felony,
or
- a lawful act which might produce death,
committed in an unlawful manner
Stalking

646.9 PC

Felony
C Willfully and maliciously
C repeatedly follows or harasses another person, and
C makes a credible threat
C with the intent to place that person in reasonable
fear for his or her safety or the safety of his or her
immediate family.
Extortion

518 pc

Felony
C Obtaining property from another
C with the person’s consent, or
C obtaining an official act of a public officer
C by inducement through wrongful use of force or
fear, or under color of official right.
Terrorist threats

422 pc

Felony
C Any person who
C willfully threats to commit a crime
C that would result in death or
C great bodily injury of the victim or the victim’s
immediate family, and
C that the threat is so unconditional, unequivocal,
immediate and specific as to convey a gravity of
purpose and immediate prospect of execution, and
C the victim reasonably fears for his or her safety or
C the safety of his or her immediate family.