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  • San Diego County Charge: Out of county resident charged with felony assault and battery involving multiple victims and great bodily and serious injuries Result: Verdict, Not Guilty on All 7 counts of Assault and Battery with Great Bodily Injury and Multiple Strikes.San Diego County Charge: 69 year old man driving under the influence of methamphetamine onto oncoming traffic Result: Hung Jury and District Attorney Dismissed DUI San Diego County Charge: Mother of two evading police in hit and run charge with serious bodily injury Result: District Attorney Dismissed after Successful Line-Up Motion San Diego County Charge: Juvenile charged with running over her ex boyfriend at high school Result: Court Dismissed case after Argument Made In Mitigation San Diego County Charge: Spouse arrested for domestic violence after 911 calls and pictures of serious bodily injury Result: District Attorney Dismissed at Trial San Diego County Charge: Military member arrested for assault and battery Result: Court Dismissed after successful argument for Military Diversion San Diego Federal Charge: 19-year-old student charged with Alien Smuggling Result: Case Dismissed after negotiations with US Attorney
                    
    San Diego County Charge: Out of county resident charged with felony assault and battery involving multiple victims and great bodily and serious injuries Result: Verdict, Not Guilty on All 7 counts of Assault and Battery with Great Bodily Injury and Multiple Strikes.San Diego County Charge: 69 year old man driving under the influence of methamphetamine onto oncoming traffic Result: Hung Jury and District Attorney Dismissed DUI San Diego County Charge: Mother of two evading police in hit and run charge with serious bodily injury Result: District Attorney Dismissed after Successful Line-Up Motion San Diego County Charge: Juvenile charged with running over her ex boyfriend at high school Result: Court Dismissed case after Argument Made In Mitigation San Diego County Charge: Spouse arrested for domestic violence after 911 calls and pictures of serious bodily injury Result: District Attorney Dismissed at Trial San Diego County Charge: Military member arrested for assault and battery Result: Court Dismissed after successful argument for Military Diversion San Diego Federal Charge: 19-year-old student charged with Alien Smuggling Result: Case Dismissed after negotiations with US Attorney
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Drunk In Public Charge

Published: April 2, 2014

An essential element to a violation of 647(f) is that the person must “by reason of his being under the influence of intoxicating liquor” is unable to exercise care for his safety or that of others and by that same reason, interferes with the free use of any street, sidewalk...

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Expungement of Criminal Record

Published: March 29, 2014

WHO IS ELIGIBLE? An adult who was granted and has successfully completed probation, either by fulfilling the conditions of probation or being discharged before the end of his/her probationary period. He/She must not be on probation or serving a sentence for any other offense.  (Pen. Code § 1203.4) WHAT ARE...

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California Probation

Published: March 27, 2014

Probation and the Law Probation is often part of a criminal defendant’s California sentence.  When probation is given, the individual is allowed to remain a member of the community after jail time (if any) has been successfully completed. California probation laws differ according to the type of probation given, such...

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Withdraw A Guilty Plea

Published: March 25, 2014

You have been arrested, charged and brought before the court.  The judge has asked you to enter a plea, you have been offered a plea agreement by the prosecution and pled guilty to the charges against you.  The judge has sentenced you but now you want to know if it...

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Self Defense As A Defense

Published: March 24, 2014

What is an affirmative defense? An affirmative defense is an assertion to the charges against the person accompanied with a legal justification for carrying out the offense charged.  What is not an affirmative defense? An affirmative defense does not dispute the facts underlying the charges against the person or negate...

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Fourth Amendment Waiver

Published: March 22, 2014

What is it? It is waiver of a person’s right to warrantless searches and/or seizures of  the person and his or her belongings. Who does it apply to? Parolees, probationers, and pre-trial defendants whose offenses relate to theft, narcotics or involve weapons. Who has the right to carry it out?...

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California Sex Offender Registration

Published: March 19, 2014

What is it? It is a mandatory life long penalty imposed on people convicted of a sex offense in California, requiring them to register as sex offenders. What are some registrable sex offenses in California? Violations of California indecent exposure law (P.C. 314), rape law (P.C. 261), sexual battery (P.C. 243.4),...

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How to Restore Your Firearm Rights

Published: March 18, 2014

Who does P.C. §12021.1 regulate? Any person who has been convicted of specified crime, whether a misdemeanor or felony relating to violence, unlawful use of firearms, or who is addicted to the use of a narcotic drug. What is prohibited under P.C. §12021.1? A convicted felon is prohibited from owning,...

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Petition For Factual Innocence

Published: March 9, 2014

What is Factual Innocence? Factual innocence is when no reasonable cause exists to believe that the arrestee committed the offense for which the arrest was made, the petitioner is in fact innocent. What is a Petition for Factual Innocence? It is a petition to seal a petitioner’s arrest record based...

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Governor Pardon

Published: March 7, 2014

What is it? It is a public record showing that the Governor of California has pardoned an applicant who has demonstrated exemplary behavior following their conviction. It restores to the applicant some of the rights of citizenship which were forfeited as a result of the conviction. Who is eligible to...

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