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What does CHARGE CODE mean

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what does CHARGE CODE mean

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That can be a number associated with the matter being charged against you.

An example in my locale might be

1011 = Assault with a deadly weapon
1012 = Assault with intent to kill

Without seeing the exact context no further guess is possible. Do you get the idea?

Look for an explanation on the back of your citation or charge sheet.

Good luck.

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Check with a lawyer in your locale to discuss more of the details if there are any.

Good luck to you.

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