First District Court of Appeals Judge Martin J. Jenkins. In a decision that rocks the foundation of the U.S Constitution and will likely have far reaching consequences, the First District Court of Appeals ruled that a private law firm’s investigation and cooperation with the District Attorney does not make the materials used in that investigation […]
About ten years ago, I handled a criminal matter in San Jose Superior Court. It was slightly unusual because it was handled by the Attorney General’s office but otherwise, it was a routine arrested for embezzlement case (CA Penal Code 503). I had managed to convince the prosecutor to meet me for a cup of coffee […]
What are the penalties for embezzlement in California?
How does California prosecute charges of embezzlement?
62-year-old Jo Ann Seeney, former finance director of the San Mateo County Mosquito and Vector Control District, has pled “no contest” to the 10 felony embezzlement charges against her in San Mateo Superior Court for her assistance in taking $450,000 from the state. It seems that Seeney and a fellow co-worker stole from the agency […]