Possessing Destructive Devices

February 9th, 2015 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Under the California Penal Code, there are penalties for possessing things that are considered destructive devices. Anyone who is caught with one of the destructive devices contained within California Penal Code 18710 faces a serious criminal charge that can result in serious prison time and/or hefty fines.  If someone is unfortunate enough to be charged with possession of a destructive device, he needs to realize it is a very serious charge that needs to be taken seriously. The first step someone charged with this offense needs to do is to enlist the help of a bail bond service. Here is a closer look at this serious crime and the legal ramifications for those charged with it.


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