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What does California Criminal Code 476 Mean?

476 Uttering A Fictitious Check
476/473(A) Pass Fictitious Bill, Note, or Check - Forgery Punishable by Imprisonment.
476/473(B) Pass or possess bill, note, or check, or other instrument in writing for the payment of money or property of any real or fictitious financial institution is guilty of forgery
476A NSF Checks
476A(A) Non-Sufficient Funds/Checks
476A(B) Making / Drawing / Passing Worthless Check
476(A)(C) Willfully Submit Check or Draft with Insufficient Funds.

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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.






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