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Falsifying Documents in California

December 31st, 2014 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Falsifying a document in the state of California can fall under a broad range of criminal offenses and penal codes. One example of a penal code section that a person may violate is section 112-117. Such penal codes involve the use, creation and sale of falsified citizenship documents to other parties. The crimes have extremely stiff penalties as they exhibit a characteristic of forgery. A person can violate a set of penal codes under the 470 bracket, as well. Such codes involve falsifying documents such as court papers, checks, credit card applications and so forth.  A person who receives a charge under penal code 112 may spend up to one year in jail and seek bail. The crime would be considered a misdemeanor in such a case.


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