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CA v Kalvin Ung

13/12/2018

Kalvin Ung, a Californian resident knowingly stole the identities of his victims to steal money amounting to more than $100,000.

Status Update as of 12/21/18 Arraignment was held.

Status Update as of 12/26/18 Hearing: Plea has commenced

Status Update as of 3/13/19 Last Hearing: Plea was held

Status Update 9/1/20 Motion for defendant to return property was filed

Status Update as of 1/28/21 Hearing: Probation and sentencing was set on 5/3/21

Claims in
CA v Kalvin Ung
Computer crime - altering and damaging computer data with intent to defraud or obtain money, or other value

Under Penal Code 502 PC, unauthorized computer access is a crime in California when it involves accessing another person’s or company’s computer, data, software, or a computer network without permission. This includes altering, damaging, deleting, destroying, or otherwise using any of the data.

Grand theft of personal property of a value over nine hundred and fifty

Under Penal Code 502 PC, unauthorized computer access is a crime in California when it involves accessing another person’s or company’s computer, data, software, or a computer network without permission. This includes altering, damaging, deleting, destroying, or otherwise using any of the data.

Crime of using personal identifying information without authorization

Penal Code 530.5 is the California statute that defines the crime of identity theft. This section makes it illegal to take someone’s personal identifying information and use it in any unlawful or fraudulent manner. 

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