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  • Los Angeles Grand Theft Auto ... It's Not A Game!

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    Grand Theft Auto (California Penal Code section 487(d)(1) is a serious crime in Los Angeles. If convicted, you could face some stern consequences. Grand Theft Auto “ GTA ” is charged when someone takes another person's vehicle without the owner's permission and with the intent to deprive the owner of the vehicle permanently or for a period of time long enough to deprive the ...
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  • If I Borrow Or Rent A Car Can I Be Charged With Theft In Los Angeles?

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    The answer to that question is both yes and no. It depends on the circumstances. A key factor in any auto or vehicle theft offense is what the borrower or renter specifically intends to do with the car at the time of taking it. Generally, a person is guilty of auto theft when he or she takes a car, without the owner's consent and with the specific intent to take it from its rightful owner ...
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  • What are the Penalties for Attempted Crimes?

    Posted By Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners ||

    Many people are surprised to learn that even if a crime has not been completed, the very act of attempting to commit a crime is, in itself, a crime according to state and federal law. What does it mean to attempt a crime? An attempt is defined not only as intending to commit a crime, but also taking steps toward completing it, even if those steps proved ineffective. Because the potential to cause ...
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