Criminal Charges Alleging Offenses Against Property

Generally speaking, California law separates criminal offenses into two categories:

  1. Offenses allegedly committed against one or more other persons; and
  2. Offenses allegedly committed against owned property.
Click one of the links below to find out more about offenses against property.

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