My friend was charged with 11378 HS, 11377(a)HS, 11364.1(a)(1)HS, and 21819PC. I found the meaning of all the charges except the 21819PC
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PC means Penal Code. There is no such section of the penal code. The closest sections are 21810 and 21890 which relate to manufacture, sale, possession etc of metal knuckles.
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There is no such code. Typo perhaps?
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There is no such section in the penal code.
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