Crimes Against Government

At Ahmed & Sukaram, Attorneys at Law, we defend individuals accused of all crimes against government. If you are charged with one of the offenses below, you should know that the prosecution is going to use their every resource to obtain a conviction. The prosecutor's mentality is that he/she has to obtain a conviction where the victim is the government because that is how law-and-order is maintained in society. However, oftentimes, an individual can be wrongfully accused or prosecuted too harshly. If you have been arrested or charged with one of the offenses below give us a call to today!

* The four digit numbers preceding the name of the crime is the corresponding CALCRIM jury instruction number for the offense.

A. BRIBERY OF OFFICIAL

  • 2600. Giving or Offering a Bribe to an Executive Officer (Pen. Code, § 67)
  • 2601. Giving or Offering a Bribe to a Ministerial Officer (Pen. Code, § 67.5)
  • 2602. Giving or Offering a Bribe to a Ministerial Officer: Value of Thing Offered (Pen. Code, § 67.5(b))
  • 2603. Requesting or Taking a Bribe (Pen. Code, §§ 68, 86, 93)

B. BRIBERY OR INTIMIDATION OF WITNESS

  • 2610. Giving or Offering a Bribe to a Witness (Pen. Code, § 137(a))
  • 2611. Giving or Offering a Bribe to a Witness Not to Testify (Pen. Code, § 138(a))
  • 2612. Witness Receiving a Bribe (Pen. Code, § 138(b))
  • 2613-2619. Reserved for Future Use
    (ii) Threatening or Intimidating
  • 2620. Using Force or Threatening a Witness Before Testimony or Information Given (Pen. Code, § 137(b))
  • 2621. Influencing a Witness by Fraud (Pen. Code, § 137(b))
  • 2622. Intimidating a Witness (Pen. Code, § 136.1(a) & (b))
  • 2623. Intimidating a Witness: Sentencing Factors (Pen. Code, § 136.1(c))
  • 2624. Threatening a Witness After Testimony or Information Given (Pen. Code, § 140(a))

C. EVIDENCE TAMPERING

  • 2630. Evidence Tampering by Peace Officer or Other Person (Pen. Code, § 141)
  • 2631-2639. Reserved for Future Use

D. PERJURY

  • 2640. Perjury (Pen. Code, § 118)
  • 2641. Perjury by False Affidavit (Pen. Code, § 118a)
  • 2642-2649. Reserved for Future Use

E. THREATENING OR RESISTING OFFICER

  • 2650. Threatening a Public Official (Pen. Code, § 76)
  • 2651. Trying to Prevent an Executive Officer From Performing Duty (Pen. Code, § 69)
  • 2652. Resisting an Executive Officer in Performance of Duty (Pen. Code, § 69)
  • 473
  • 2653. Taking Firearm or Weapon While Resisting Peace Officer or Public Officer (Pen. Code, § 148(b) & (c))
  • 2654. Intentionally Taking or Attempting to Take Firearm From Peace Officer or Public Officer (Pen. Code, § 148(d))
  • 2655. Causing Death or Serious Bodily Injury While Resisting Peace Officer (Pen. Code, § 148.10(a) & (b))
  • 2656. Resisting Peace Officer, Public Officer, or EMT (Pen. Code, § 148(a))

G. UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY AND DISTURBING THE PEACE

  • 2680. Courthouse Picketing (Pen. Code, § 169)
  • 2681. Disturbance of Public Meeting (Pen. Code, § 403)
  • 2682. Inciting a Riot (Pen. Code, § 404.6(a))
  • 2683. Participating in a Riot (Pen. Code, §§ 404, 405)
  • 2684. Participating in a Rout (Pen. Code, §§ 406, 408)
  • 2685. Participating in an Unlawful Assembly (Pen. Code, §§ 407, 408)
  • 2686. Refusal to Disperse: Riot, Rout, or Unlawful Assembly (Pen. Code, §§ 407, 409)
  • 2687. Refusal to Disperse: Intent to Commit Unlawful Act (Pen. Code, § 416(a))
  • 2688. Disturbing the Peace: Fighting or Challenging Someone to Fight (Pen.
  • Code, §§ 415(1), 415.5(a)(1))
  • 2689. Disturbing the Peace: Loud and Unreasonable Noise (Pen. Code, §§ 415(2), 415.5(a)(2))
  • 2690. Disturbing the Peace: Offensive Words (Pen. Code, §§ 415(3), 415.5(a)(3))
  • 2691-2699. Reserved for Future Use

H. VIOLATION OF COURT ORDER

  • 2700. Violation of Court Order (Pen. Code, § 166(a)(4) & (b)(1))
  • 2701. Violation of Court Order: Protective Order or Stay Away (Pen. Code, §§ 166(c)(1), 273.6)
  • 2702. Violation of Court Order: Protective Order or Stay Away-Physical Injury (Pen. Code, §§ 166(c)(2), 273.6(b))
  • 2703. Violation of Court Order: Protective Order or Stay Away-Act of Violence (Pen. Code, §§ 166(c)(4), 273.6(d))
  • 2704-2719. Reserved for Future Use
  • CRIMES AGAINST GOVERNMENT
  • 474

I. CRIMES INVOLVING PRISONERS

  • (i) Assault and Battery
  • 2720. Assault by Prisoner Serving Life Sentence (Pen. Code, § 4500)
  • 2721. Assault by Prisoner (Pen. Code, § 4501)
  • 2722. Battery by Gassing (Pen. Code, §§ 243.9, 4501.1)
  • 2723. Battery by Prisoner on Nonprisoner (Pen. Code, § 4501.5)
  • 2724-2734. Reserved for Future Use
  • (ii) Hostage Taking and Rioting
  • 2735. Holding a Hostage (Pen. Code, § 4503)
  • 2736. Inciting a Riot in a Prison or Jail (Pen. Code, § 404.6(c))
  • 2737-2744. Reserved for Future Use
  • (iii) Possession of Contraband
  • 2745. Possession or Manufacture of Weapon in Penal Institution (Pen. Code, § 4502)
  • 2746. Possession of Firearm, Deadly Weapon, or Explosive in a Jail or County Road Camp (Pen. Code, § 4574(a))
  • 2747. Bringing or Sending Firearm, Deadly Weapon, or Explosive Into Penal Institution (Pen. Code, § 4574(a)-(c))
  • 2748. Possession of Controlled Substance or Paraphernalia in Penal Institution (Pen. Code, § 4573.6)
  • (iv) Escape
  • 2760. Escape (Pen. Code, § 4532(a)(1) & (b)(1))
  • 2761. Escape by Force or Violence (Pen. Code, § 4532(a)(2) & (b)(2))
  • 2762. Escape After Remand or Arrest (Pen. Code, § 836.6)
  • 2763. Escape After Remand or Arrest: Force or Violence (Pen. Code, § 836.6)