Charge I had prbation no jail time I got the court disposition but I couldnt find it .
File with California lawyer
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That is a California statute. Therefore you need to ask a lawyer who practices criminal defense in California.
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On the the 484, you're facing up to 6 months in jail and 36 month of court probation, not to mention a possible $1,000 fine. PC 490.5 governs the civil demands made by the store. It only requires that you pay for the value of the items that the store did not get back or were destroyed. You don't have to simply pay what the store demands. In any event, you definitely will need an attorney. If you can't afford one, you'll have an opportunity to request a public defender at your arraignment. Good luck.
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