California Appeals Court Confirms Conviction of Contractor

A California Appeals Court recently affirmed the lower court’s conviction of California contractor Toby James Coleman. Mr. Coleman was convicted of five misdemeanor counts of contracting without a valid contractor’s license in violation of California’s Business and Professions Code section 7028, subdivision (a).

Mr. Coleman was sentenced to 90 days in jail for each of the five counts to be followed by a three-year probationary period. Additionally, he was fined $25,000.

This case highlights the importance of making certain that you are properly licensed and operating in accordance with your states Business and Consumer Protection laws.

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