Is Larcenous Intent an Element of Robbery?
September 12th, 2016
For decades CALJIC 9.40 has relied on the literal language of PC 211 to define the specific intent required for robbery as an intent to permanently deprive the possessor of the property that is taken. However, this definition is erroneous because robbery requires an intent to steal which is defined as an intent to permanently […]
Tags: CALCRIM Revisions, CC 1600, CC 625, Claim of Right, Defense Theory: Mens Rea/Intent, Homicide, Intoxication, Mens Rea: Intent, Robbery