Unfortunately, in the state of California, you can be arrested and charged with a crime for possessing stolen property even if you played no role in actually stealing the item. This is a serious crime that can be charged as a felony and carries up to three years in state prison. Receiving stolen property under California Penal Code 496 criminalizes the following actions: Read the rest »
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