California Computer Crimes PC 502 & PC 530.5

California Computer Crimes Penal Code Section 530.5 PC Under California Penal Code Section 530.5 PC, identity theft is broken down into four (4) classes which including the following: California Penal Code Section 530.5(a) PC - Unauthorized use of another person's personal identifying information. California Penal Code Section 530.5(c) PC - Fraudulent possession of another person's personal identifying information. California Penal Code Section 530.5(d)(1) PC - Fraudulent sale, transfer or conveyance of another person's personal identifying information. California Penal Code Section 530.5(d)(2) PC - Knowingly selling, transferring or conveying another person's personal identifying information to facilitate its unauthorized use. Computer Crimes California Penal Code Section 502 et. seq. Under California Penal Code Section 502(c) PC unauthorized computer access and fraud can occur in many ways including but not limited to when a defendant knowingly and without permission: Accessed altered, damaged, deleted, destroyed or used data, a computer, a computer system, or computer…

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Embezzlement PC 503 Penalties and Defenses

California Embezzlement Penal Code Section 503 PC California embezzlement charges are categorized as white collar crime and theft crime which involves a defendant to unlawfully take property from another person which has entrusted the defendant with their property.California Penal Code Section 503 PC  governs embezzlement charges. Generally, people charged with embezzlement are employees that have committed an theft. It is vital for your case that you consult with a experienced embezzlement defense attorney in the early stages of criminal proceedings. Generally, it is a good idea to contact an California criminal defense attorney after you have been arrested. How to Prove Embezzlement in California? California embezzlement charges require the prosecution to prove the following: The defendant fraudulently took property from another Defendant intended to permanently deprive the owner of his or her property Owner entrusted his or her property to the defendant The defendant fraudulently converted or used that…

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Fraud Defense Lawyer Increases Your Chances of a Successful Outcome

An Experienced Fraud Defense Lawyer Increases Your Chances of a Successful Outcome Often a federal offense, fraud convictions come with jail time, large fines, and restitution requirements. A tough charge to beat, a fraud charge is challenging in that a federal prosecutor has many more resources to prove his or her case than your average local law enforcement agency. Being able to make use of all types of federal agencies, prosecutors in fraud convictions have a pretty good record of getting sufficient evidence to convict those who are unfortunate enough to have a charge of fraud filed against them. Consequently, it is critical that anyone facing a fraud allegation finds an aggressive, experienced fraud defense lawyer to assist them even before a charge is filed. If you know that you are under investigation for fraud, an experienced criminal defense lawyer may be able to…

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A White Collar Criminal Indictment Can Happen to Anyone

A White Collar Criminal Indictment Can Happen to Anyone Criminal Defense Attorney Los Angeles Even the rich and famous are susceptible to being indicted for a crime.  In fact, just last week, two stars of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey”, Teresa and Joe Giudice, were indicted in 39 federal charges of conspiracy to defraud lenders, bank, mail and wire fraud and bankruptcy fraud.  While these are all white collar crimes, the couple could face up to 30 years in prison-a case that would be a challenge for any white collar criminal defense attorney in Los Angeles or anywhere else.  Accused of failing to file tax returns, falsifying loan applications and failing to report assets in a bankruptcy petition, the couple has a lot of things to answer to. Types of White Collar Crimes While never as dramatic as a violent crime indictment, white collar indictments…

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