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Treat your misdemeanor charge as the serious matter that it is

Being charged with a criminal offense is always a serious matter. However, based on what you might have seen in TV shows or movies, you might understand that your misdemeanor charges still need careful and thorough attention. While it is true that felonies are more serious than misdemeanors, you can still face undesirable criminal and person consequences if convicted of a misdemeanor charge.

Understanding California's theft laws

Simple mistakes, misunderstandings or minor errors in judgment can sometimes result in serious consequences. For example, it is not uncommon for a misunderstanding between two parties to result in an allegation of theft. Understanding California's theft laws is an important part of building a strong defense against these types of allegations. Even those who briefly exercised poor judgment should be sure to explore this topic when preparing defense plans.

Be prepared to face your theft charges

If you were recently arrested for allegedly taking another person's property, you probably have a lot of questions about your current situation. Theft charges are quite serious in California, so your position at work, school or even in your local community could be at risk. You could also end up spending time behind bars if convicted. Here are a few things you should know about theft charges.

Police charge woman posing as nanny for theft, cruelty to child

Police in California recently arrested a woman they say had been falsely posing as a nanny. She is charged with identity theft as well as cruelty to a child by inflicting injury. Police say this is not her first encounter with the law nor her first time being accused of pretending to be a nanny.

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