California Penal Code 206 PC
Information regarding the crime of torture is found in the California Penal Code at section 206. To prove that the defendant is guilty of torture under PC 206, the prosecutor must prove:
1) The defendant inflicted great bodily injury to someone else,
2) the defendant intended to cause cruel or extreme pain and suffering,
The crime of torture, or PC 206, does not require any proof that the victim suffered pain.
Torture is a felony and is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for a term of life.
In addition to any jail or prison sentencing, criminal convictions in general can lead to other severe consequences such as: Immigration issues (non-U.S. citizens), fines, lawsuits, probation, and more.
If you have been charged with torture, or PC 206 contact criminal defense attorney Christopher Dorado today to learn your rights and options without delay.
Attorney Dorado is an experienced criminal defense attorney with specific experience in PC 206 torture charges. 100% of attorney Dorado's practice is dedicated to criminal defense and initial consultations are free.
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