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What are Crime Codes

California law defines each crime according to a specific code section. The Penal Code defines the vast majority of the crimes. But the Vehicle Code addresses certain crimes involving cars, motor vehicles and driving. The Health & Safety Code addresses most crimes involving marijuana or narcotics. You can find more information about California Criminal Codes on our FAQ page.

What does California Criminal Code 243 Mean?

243 Battery On Peace Officer
243.1 Battery On Custodial Officer
243.10(A) Any person who commits a battery against a member of the United States Armed Forces because of the victim’s service in the United States Armed Forces.
243.2 Battery On Teacher On School Property
243.25 Battery on Elder Adult
243.2(A) Battery On School Property
243.2(A)(1) Battery on Person While on School / Park / Hospital Property.
243.2(B)(1) Battery Committed on Grounds of Public or Private Hospital.
243.3 Battery On Transportation Personnel w/Injury
243.35 Battery sentencing guidelines

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