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211 PC
Robbery: theft of a person by means of force or fear.

FELONY
242 PC
Battery: Any unlawful and unwanted use of force upon another.

MISDEMEANOR
243(e) PC
Battery on spouse or cohabitant: parent of the defendant's child, fiance, person with whom the defendant previously has a dating or engagement relationship.

MISDEMEANOR
273.5 PC
Corporal injury to spouse, cohabitant, or parent of defendant's child.

FELONY
314.1 PC
Indecent exposure: willfully expose one's person or private parts in a public place where persons are present and annoyed.

MISDEMEANOR

if done after entering an inhabited portion of any building or structure

FELONY
459
Burglary: enter structure or locked vehicle with intent to commit theft or any felony.

FELONY
487 PC
Grand theft (over $400)

more than $250 in crops or marine life-forms
when the property is taken from the person of another
when the property stolen is an automobile, farm animal, or firearm

FELONY
488 PC
Petty theft (under $400).

MISDEMEANOR
594(a) PC
Maliciously deface, damage or destroy any real or personal property of another.

FELONY if over $400 in damage.
647(f) PC
Drunk in public: unable to exercise care for one's safety or the safety of others OR due to intoxication, obstructs the use of a sidewalk, roadway, or other such public way.

MISDEMEANOR
836(a(1(2(3)
POWERS OF ARREST
1) probable cause, committed a public offense, in presence of officer
2)committed a felony, not in presence of officer
3)probably cause, committed a felony, whether or not actually a felony
law enforcement code of ethics
aas a law enforcement officer my fundamental duty is to serve mankind:
- safegaurd lives and property
-to protect the innocent against deception, the weak against violence or disorder, and
-to respect the constatutional rights of all men to liberty , equality , and justice