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Vandalism in California

In California, a person may be charged with vandalism for doing any number of different things. A vandalism charge may arise when a person breaks windows, damages another person's car or graffitis the side of a building. Vandalism is when a person does anything that destroys or defaces another person's property without that person's permission.

Vandalism in California

In California, a person may be charged with vandalism for doing any number of different things. A vandalism charge may arise when a person breaks windows, damages another person's car or graffitis the side of a building. Vandalism is when a person does anything that destroys or defaces another person's property without that person's permission.

Misdemeanor assault in California

Typically, the law says that an assault has occurred when an individual attempts to or actually strikes another person. Assault may also have occurred when an individual threatens to harm another person or makes the victim believe that he or she is in danger of physical attack. For a person to be charged with battery in California, a victim would have to be struck or otherwise physically attacked.

Misdemeanor assault in California

Typically, the law says that an assault has occurred when an individual attempts to or actually strikes another person. Assault may also have occurred when an individual threatens to harm another person or makes the victim believe that he or she is in danger of physical attack. For a person to be charged with battery in California, a victim would have to be struck or otherwise physically attacked.