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Grand Theft (Penal Code 487 PC)
California Penal Code 487 defines Grand Theft as the unlawful taking of money, labor, or real or personal property valued at over $950.00. The common types of grand theft is Additionally, the following situations are instances in which the act is classified as Grand Theft even though the property taken is worth less than the statutory amount of $950.00:
- Theft of certain farm crops and domestic fowls whose value exceeds $100.00;
- Theft of fish, shellfish, mollusks, crustaceans, kelp, algae, or other aqua-cultural products whose value exceeds $100.00;
- Theft of money, labor, or property taken by a servant, agent, or employee from his or her principal or employer with an aggregate value of $400.00 or more in any twelve month period;
- Theft of property from the person of another. If force is used to effect the theft, the crime can also be classified as robbery;
- Theft of a firearm, regardless of its value;
- Theft of a horse, mare, gelding, any bovine animal, any caprine animal, mule, jack, jenny, sheep, lamp, hog, sow, boar, gilt, barrow, or pig. A defendant who converts the carcass of such animal, or any portion thereof, is also guilty of grand theft;
- Theft of real estate valued at $100.00 or more that is converted into personal property by severance;
- Theft of any amount of “gold duct, amalgam, or quicksilver;” and (9) Theft of a dog whose value exceeds $400.00.
Any theft that does not fit into the above category for Grant Theft is considered to be Petty Theft.
Carjacking (Penal Code 215 PC)
We also represent those charged with carjacking. Penal Code 215 provides that carjacking is the felonious taking of a vehicle in the possession of another, from his or her person or immediate presence, or from the person or immediate presence of a passenger of the vehicle, against his or her will and with the intent to either permanently or temporarily deprive the person in possession of the vehicle of his or her possession, accomplished by means of force or fear. Carjacking is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for three, five, or nine years.
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