460(A)>2012 BURGLARY>1ST DEGREE (NEW EFF. 4/12)

Asked about 1 year ago - Bakersfield, CA

I don't understand all of this. It started out as 460 (A) Then the rest was added the morning of arraignment.

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the charge was 460 (A)) which I'm aware is Burglary 1st degree. Then the code changed when I went to arraignment to: Additionally reflect, 460(A) > 2012 BURGLARY>1ST DEGREE (NEW EFF. 4/12) so I don't understand what the greater than > 2012 means or the New EFF 4/12

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  1. Michael Kevin Cernyar

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    Answered . Get a copy of the court docket and bring it to an attorney. Many reputable attorneys offer a free consultation so they should be able to explain to you at no charge. BTW -- burglary in the first degree is a charge that will haunt you the rest of your life because it's a strike. Good luck.

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  2. Greg Thomas Hill

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    Answered . I do not understand your question.

  3. Alexander M. Ivakhnenko

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    Answered . You are seemingly dealing with current state felony charges that may place you behind the bars. Do not speculate online, retain a local counsel to fight for your freedom.

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  4. Michael S Parent

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    Answered . First defree burglary is a serious charge. You need agressive representation. Take advantage of a free consultation and fight to protect your rights.

  5. Maltaise E Cini

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    Answered . You are being charged with a residential burglary which is both a felony and a strike. You should make sure that you are represented by counsel. A strike conviction stays with you your entire life.

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