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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(E) Mean?

243(E) Battery On Spouse / Cohabitant / Former Spouse / Non-Cohabitant
243(e) Battery against spouse/cohabitant sentencing guidelines
243(E)(1) Battery On Spouse / Cohabitant / Former Spouse
243(E)(2) Upon conviction of battery against spouse or person with whom the defendant is cohabiting - if probation is granted - the conditions of probation may other punishments in lieu of a fine.
243(E)(4) Specified battery offenses merit special consideration when imposing a sentence so as to display society’s condemnation for these crimes of violence upon victims with whom a close relationship has been formed.
243(E)B Person convicted of battery against spouse / former spouse / or fiance' required to reimburse victim for reasonable costs of counseling.

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