Vandalism is the willful destruction or damaging of property in a manner that
defaces ... vandalism that results in serious damage to valuable property is a
(b)(1) If the amount of defacement, damage, or destruction is four hundred dollars
($400) or more, vandalism is punishable by imprisonment pursuant to ...
May 18, 2010 ... The prosecution has discretion on whether they charge the crime as a
misdemeanor or a felony. A misdemeanor conviction of vandalism can ...
Felony Charges Based on the Kind of Property Involved ... Malicious damage to a
motor vehicle, and vandalism, are felonies and include a period of drivers ...
Laws and penalties for vandalism and arson in Tennessee. ... $500 to $1,000,
Class E Felony, 1 to 6 years in prison and $3,000 in fines. $1,000 to $10,000 ...
Vandalism. Vandalism, CA Penal Code 594, doesn't sound like a serious crime
but you might be surprised to know that it can be charged as either a felony or a ...
Vandalism that results in damage less than $400 is a misdemeanor. Vandalism
where the damage is $400 or more can be charged as a felony. Graffiti. Graffiti ...
2909.05 Vandalism. ... (E) Whoever violates this section is guilty of vandalism.
Except as otherwise provided in this division, vandalism is a felony of the fifth ...
Even relatively minor offenses can become felonies if the damage exceeds
$1,500. A property offense charge relies heavily on physical evidence and
The crime of vandalism in California is a “wobbler,” meaning that the District
Attorney has the choice to file the case as either a Felony or a Misdemeanor, ...