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What Are California Laws on Solicitation?
What Are California Laws on Solicitation?

California laws define solicitation as the facilitation or intent to facilitate a crime. This may involve requesting or encouraging another individual to participate in unlawful activities. Solicitation charges and convictions do not require that the crime was committed. ...

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