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STATUTE COVERAGE:A. No Person shall be subject to criminal punishment, or to any penalty, for having in his possession in good faith, the same as a shotgun or rifle which is lawfully possessed or possessed under the provisions of this chapter by any other
NOTE: This includes any person who keeps the same for his own use, including lawful hunting and sport shooting, and any person who is a registered dealer.B. No person shall be subject to civil enforcement, or to any penalties, by any state agency or political subdivision of a state for having in his possession the same as a shotgun or rifle which is lawfully possessed or possessed under the provisions of this chapter by any other person.
NOTE: This includes any person who keeps the same for his own use, including lawful hunting and sport shooting, and any person who is a registered dealer.C. No person shall be deemed to be violating any provision of this chapter unless the person is found guilty of the act charged in a judicial proceeding in an appropriate district court, or, at the discretion of the chief law enforcement officer, is guilty of an infraction or misdemeanor and receives a fine, not to exceed $100.D. Notwithstanding any other provision relating to the offense of possession of a shotgun or rifle in violation of this chapter, no person, regardless of whether such person is convicted of the offense, while in possession of a firearm, may be taken into custody, arrested by any peace officer, or placed in administrative or other legal custody.E. In any action, suit, or prosecution relating to the offense of possession of a shotgun or rifle in violation of this chapter, if a court determines that the person charged with violation of this chapter has, in possession of a shotgun or rifle in violation of this chapter, an outstanding misdemeanor or felony warrant for the person's arrest, that such person has been found as required under subdivision (c) of this section, that the person charged has not been given an opportunity to post specified conditions and that the person charged has not otherwise provided such notice of the pending misdemeanor or felony warrant as is required, the court may enter a judgment of acquittal upon such charge, a plea of nolo contendere, dismissal of the charge or dismissal of the person found guilty of the offense, or both, and order the person discharged.F. The provisions of the preceding paragraphs shall apply throughout the state.G. If a person is under the age of eighteen at the time of conviction, that person
Who needs an MC-030 form?
Anyone who is a party to litigation in California can use this form as a blank for the declaration of any kind.
What is the MC-030 form for?
The declaration form MC-030 is used by a party to the proceeding (it can be an attorney, defendant or respondent themselves) to provide the court with any information that is relevant to the case.
Is the MC-030 form accompanied by other forms?
If space on the sheet is over, and the declaration is not yet completed, an additional MC-031 form can be used as the attachment to the MC-030 form. This form may be accompanied by any other documents and case files if necessary.
When is MC030 form due?
There is no any particular deadline for submission of the MC-030 form. This form is filed during the trial and is the official case file after its consideration by a court.
How do I fill out MC-030 declaration?
You can share any information which is relevant to the trial in a declaration written in an arbitrary manner. Please note that when you sign this form, you are witnessing under penalty of perjury that everything you just wrote is faithful and correct.
Where do I send MC-030 form?
The signed CA declaration shall be submitted to the court, which holds the proceedings specified in the form.
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