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I. California Penal Code 273.6(a)/California Penal Code 166: Violation of aRestraining Order/Contempt Laws Legal Definition: Any intentional and knowing violation of a protective order. A Protective Order can be issued in several different Courts, here, we will focus on Court Orders for Criminal Protective/Restraining Orders and Orders made by a Criminal Judge. For a person…

I. California Penal Code 240/245: Assault with a Deadly Weapon Legal Definition: Any person who commits an assault upon the person of another with a deadly weapon or instrument other than a firearm (PC 245(a)(1)). For a person to be convicted of a violation of PC 245(a)(1), the prosecution must prove the following: You did an act…

I. California Penal Code 242/243(d)/243(e)(1): Battery Legal Definition: A battery is any willful and unlawful use of force or violence upon the person of another. (PC 242) This is also known as Simple Battery. For a person to be convicted of a violation of PC 242 the prosecution must prove the following: You willfully and…

I. California Penal Code 273.5(a): Corporeal Injury to a Spouse or Cohabitant Legal Definition: This occurs when you willfully inflict an injury to your spouse or cohabitant, which resulted in a traumatic condition. For a person to be convicted of a violation of PC 273.5(a), the prosecution must prove the following: You willfully inflicted a…

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