California State Crimes

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California Criminal Defense Attorney in San Diego

What are state crimes?

State crimes are crimes against the State of California. These crimes vary more widely than their federal counterpart. They can range from misdemeanor driving under the influence or petty theft, to felony charges for assault or murder. Like federal offenses, many state court crimes are serious and complex. The Law Offices of David R. Silldorf, APC has represented defendants in numerous significant state cases, including murder, attempted murder, gang- related shootings, sexual assault and rape, white collar fraud, and drug-trafficking.

Common examples of state felony offenses include:

Murder

Attempted Murder

Home-invasion robbery

Most gun-related charges

Kidnapping

Mayhem

Assault with a deadly weapon or great bodily injury enhancments

Drug trafficking

Theft charges including certain types of burglary, robbery, grand
theft auto, and so on.

Common misdemeanor offenses include:

Driving under the influence (DUI) which can also be charged as a felony, depending on the severity of the incident, and whether there was an accident or injury involved

Simple assault or battery

Petty Theft

Domestic violence

Resisting arrest

Drug possession 

Illegal weapons 

There are many crimes that are wobbler offenses, meaning that they can be charged as either a felony or a misdemeanor, in the discretion of the prosecutor that files the case.​

Case Results

People v. an individual

[JCF002828]

Transportation & possession of controlled substances for sale.

DISMISSED.

People v. an individual

[SWF1900099]

Accessory after the fact to murder

DISMISSED. 

People v. an individual

[CD273868]

Client was arrested on two counts of assault with a semi-automatic firearm and one count of carrying a loaded firearm registered to another.

5-YEARS PROBATION.

People v. a minor

[Petition No. JCM242307]

Felony DUI causing an accident with serious bodily injury.

DEFERRED ENTRY OF JUDGMENT. DISMISSED.

Case Results

People v. an individual

[JCF002828]

Transportation & possession of controlled substances for sale.

DISMISSED.

People v. an individual

[SWF1900099]

Accessory after the fact to murder

DISMISSED. 

People v. an individual

[CD273868]

Client was arrested on two counts of assault with a semi-automatic firearm and one count of carrying a loaded firearm registered to another.

5-YEARS PROBATION.

People v. a minor

[Petition No. JCM242307]

Felony DUI causing an accident with serious bodily injury.

DEFERRED ENTRY OF JUDGMENT. DISMISSED.

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