Crimes Against Property

At Ahmed & Sukaram, Attorneys at Law, we defend individuals accused of all crimes against property in California . The list below is not an exclusive list of crimes against property. Also, some of these crimes may fit more appropriately into a different classification. We have just listed them for the sake of simplicity. 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. ARSON

  • (i) Aggravated
  • 1500. Aggravated Arson (Pen. Code, § 451.5)
  • 1501. Arson: Great Bodily Injury (Pen. Code, § 451)
  • 1502. Arson: Inhabited Structure (Pen. Code, § 451(b))
  • 1503-1514. Reserved for Future Use
  • (ii) Simple Arson
  • 1515. Arson (Pen. Code, § 451(b))
  • 1516-1519. Reserved for Future Use
  • (iii) Attempted Arson
  • 1520. Attempted Arson (Pen. Code, § 455)
  • 1521-1529. Reserved for Future Use
  • B. UNLAWFULLY CAUSING A FIRE
  • 1530. Unlawfully Causing a Fire: Great Bodily Injury (Pen. Code, § 452)
  • 1531. Unlawfully Causing a Fire: Inhabited Structure (Pen. Code, § 452)
  • 1532. Unlawfully Causing a Fire (Pen. Code, § 452)
  • 1533-1549. Reserved for Future Use
  • C. OTHER RELATED INSTRUCTIONS
  • 1550. Possession of Incendiary Device (Pen. Code, § 453)
  • 1551. Arson Enhancements (Pen. Code, §§ 451.1, 456(b))

B. BURGLARY

  • 1700. Burglary (Pen. Code, § 459)
  • 1701. Burglary: Degrees (Pen. Code, § 460)
  • 1703. Shoplifting (Pen. Code, § 459.5)

C. RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY AND RELATED INSTRUCTIONS

  • 1750. Receiving Stolen Property (Pen. Code, § 496(a))
  • 1751. Defense to Receiving Stolen Property: Innocent Intent
  • 1752. Owning or Operating a Chop Shop (Veh. Code, § 10801)

D. TAKING OR TAMPERING WITH VEHICLE

  • 1820. Unlawful Taking or Driving of Vehicle (Veh. Code, § 10851(a), (b))
  • 1821. Tampering With a Vehicle (Veh. Code, § 10852)
  • 1822. Unlawful Taking of Bicycle or Vessel (Pen. Code, § 499b)

E. VANDALISM

  • 2900. Vandalism (Pen. Code, § 594)
  • 2901. Vandalism: Amount of Damage (Pen. Code, § 594(b)(1))
  • 2902. Damaging Phone or Electrical Line (Pen. Code, § 591)

F. LOITERING

  • 2915. Loitering (Pen. Code, § 647(h))
  • 2916. Loitering: Peeking (Pen. Code, § 647(i))
  • 2917. Loitering: About School (Pen. Code, § 653b)

G. TRESPASS

  • 2929. Trespass After Making Credible Threat (Pen. Code, § 601(a))
  • 2930. Trespass: To Interfere With Business (Pen. Code, § 602(k))
  • 2931. Trespass: Unlawfully Occupying Property (Pen. Code, § 602(m))
  • 2932. Trespass: Entry Into Dwelling (Pen. Code, § 602.5(a) & (b))
  • 2933. Trespass: Person Present (Pen. Code, § 602.5(b))

H. ANIMALS

  • 2950. Failing to Maintain Control of a Dangerous Animal (Pen. Code, § 399)
  • 2951. Negligent Control of Attack Dog (Pen. Code, § 399.5)
  • 2952. Defenses: Negligent Control of Attack Dog (Pen. Code, § 399.5(c))
  • 2953. Cruelty to Animals (Pen. Code, § 597(a))