California Vehicle Code Handbook with LGs
The print is expected to ship the week of February 25th.
Larry E. Holtz
Estimated Next Edition Date
January 31, 2019
In stockSKU 21749-24
Now includes a free copy of the California Penal and Vehicle Law Field Guide. Includes a valuable presentation of Police Procedure: The Laws of Arrest, Search and Seizure, and Confession Law along with a listing of sections affected by legislation during the latest legislative session. Purchases now include a mobile application.
The newest edition of the California Vehicle Code Handbook features a valuable presentation of Police Procedure: The Laws of Arrest, Search and Seizure, and Confession Law. The publication also includes a listing of applicable sections affected by legislation during the latest session, along with an extensive index and table of contents for quick access to each area of the law.
Your purchase of the California Vehicle Code eBook, 2019 Edition now includes access to a mobile application that includes the following:
- Fully searchable version of California Vehicle Code Handbook
- Browse the table contents and quickly jump to a section of the code
- Legal Changes
- Blue Notes
- Miranda warning
The latest legislative session affected more than 100 traffic laws. Highlights of changes to the Vehicle Code include:
- Amends statutory law to comport with the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Birchfield v. North Dakota; repeals the imposition of criminal penalties for the refusal by a person to submit to or complete a blood test.
- The Department of Motor Vehicles must include information regarding a person’s civil rights during a traffic stop, including the right to file a complaint against a peace officer, in the California Driver’s Handbook.
Larry E. Holtz
Larry E. Holtz has served the City of Atlantic City as a police officer, detective, sergeant and police attorney, where he earned over fifteen departmental commendations. He later served as an Assistant County Prosecutor and New Jersey Deputy Attorney General. During his tenure at the Attorney General’s Office, Law Enforcement, Legal Affairs Section, he co-authored the State’s Charging Manual, various Attorney General Guidelines and was the Executive Editor of the Division of Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Reporter.
Mr. Holtz has also served as a municipal prosecutor for three towns in South Jersey, the Director of the Cape May County Police Academy, and as adjunct professor at Widener School of Law and Rowan University. He is a member of the bar in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia.
Mr. Holtz has unmatched experience in the field of law enforcement, police training and instructor/teacher development. Over the past 30 years, he has designed and conducted basic, in-service and advanced training programs at various police academies and prosecutors’ offices throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He has also designed and conducted advanced education seminars for New Jersey judges, attorneys, and professional educators.
Presently, Mr. Holtz is a criminal justice and law enforcement educator and consultant. He is the author of the New Jersey Law Enforcement Handbook, the Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Handbook, the Texas Law Enforcement Handbook, Criminal Procedure for Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Professionals (the Federal Law Enforcement Handbook), Criminal Evidence for Criminal Justice Professionals, Effective Law Enforcement Report Writing, and Formal Study Guides for the NJ Attorney General Guidelines, Title 2C, and the Laws of Arrest, Search and Seizure. He is also published in the Dickinson Law Review, the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Police and Security News, the National Academy Associate, and Law Enforcement Technology.
Highlights of the Recent Legislative Session
Sections Affected by Recent Legislation
California Legal Guidelines
General Provisions, §§ 1–95
1. Words and Phrases Defined, §§ 100–681
2. Administration, §§ 1500–3093
3. Registration of Vehicles and Certificates of Title, §§ 4000–9839
3.5 Registration and Transfer of Vessels, §§ 9840–9928
3.6. Vehicle Sales, §§ 9950–9993
4. Special Antitheft Laws, §§ 10500–10905
5. Occupational Licensing and Business Regulations, §§ 11100–12499
6. Drivers’ Licenses, §§ 12500–15326
6.5. Motor Vehicle Transactions with Minors, §§ 15500, 15501
6.7. Unattended Child in Motor Vehicle Safety Act, §§ 15600–15632
7. Financial Responsibility Law, §§ 16000–16560
9. Civil Liability, §§ 17000–17714
10. Accidents and Accident Reports, §§ 20000–20999
11. Rules of the Road, §§ 21000–23343
11.5. Sentencing for Driving While Under the Influence, §§ 23500–23702
12. Equipment of Vehicles, §§ 24000–28511
13. Towing and Loading Equipment, §§ 29000–31560
14. Transportation of Explosives, §§ 31600–31620
14.1. Transportation of Hazardous Material, §§ 32000–32053
14.3. Transportation of Inhalation Hazards, §§ 32100–32109
14.5. Transportation of Radioactive Materials, §§ 33000–33002
14.7. Flammable and Combustible Liquids, §§ 34000–34499
14.8. Safety Regulations, §§ 34500–34520.5
14.85. Motor Carriers of Property Permit Act, §§ 34600–34672
14.9. Motor Vehicle Damage Control, §§ 34700–34725
15. Size, Weight and Load, §§ 35000–35908
16 Implements of Husbandry, §§ 36000–36800
16.5. Off–Highway Vehicles, §§ 38000–38604
16.6. Autonomous Vehicles, §§ 38750, 38755
16.7. Registration and Licensing of Bicycles, §§ 39000–39013
16.8. Licensing of Bicycles [Repealed]
17. Offenses and Prosecution, §§ 40000.1–41610
18. Penalties and Disposition of Fees, Fines, and Forfeitures, §§ 42000–42277
Business and Professions Code
Fish and Game Code
Food and Agricultural Code
Harbors and Navigation Code
Health and Safety Code
Public Resources Code
Public Utilities Code
Revenue and Taxation Code
Streets and Highways Code
RULES OF THE COURT
CODE OF REGULATONS
List of Violations of the California Vehicle Code