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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
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Re-Entry Court

Published: January 7, 2014

Another alternative to San Diego county custody is Re-Entry Court. This is meant for parolees or PRCS offenders who commit a new PC1170 (h) felony and needs substance abuse treatment, a tailored case plan and high level of supervision. The screening procedure is handled by the Re-Entry Court team Lisa...

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Home Detention

Published: January 6, 2014

Another alternative to San Diego county custody is home detention. This is meant for offenders sentenced to probation with a custodial sanction. Offenders are fitted with a GPS and are monitored 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week. The screening process requires a referral to County Parole & Alternative...

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Work Furlough

Published: November 7, 2013

Another alternative to San Diego county custody is Work Furlough & Employable Work Furlough. This is meant for offenders granted probation with a custodial sanction. The screening process requires a referral to the Sheriff or probation for screening. Defendants can be screened pending sentencing. The eligibility criteria require that the...

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Behavioral Health Court

Published: October 24, 2013

Another alternative to San Diego county custody is Behavioral Health Court. This court is meant for the mentally ill offenders that are eligible for probation (felony or misdemeanor). The screening process occurs between change of plea and sentencing. The parties must agree to a stipulated sentence. There must signed Arbuckle...

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Electronic Monitoring

Published: October 19, 2013

Another alternative to San Diego county custody is Electronic Monitoring. This is meant for offenders eligible for bail while charges pending, may be referred for release on GPS. Offenders fitted with GPS and are monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The screening process requires that the court...

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Drug Court

Published: July 30, 2013

Drug Court is an alternative available to non-violent drug offenders and varies by location. The screening process occurs at the settlement conference. If all parties agree, then will enter change of plea and ask clerk for next Drug Court date. Drug Court Team will determine acceptance. If rejected, then it...

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DNA Test After Arrest

Published: June 3, 2013

The latest Supreme Court decision of Maryland v. King gives law enforcement another way to identify a suspect. In a 5-4 decision, the Court stated that officers are allowed to take DNA samples from an arrestee and enter the samples into a database. In this case, the officers in Maryland...

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Event Data Recorder

Published: May 21, 2013

The extraction of information from the Event Data Recorder (EDR) may not intrude on one’s Fourth Amendment Rights. A person cannot claim that a violation of the Fourth Amendment has occurred unless “ the person who claims the protection of the Amendment has a legitimate expectation of privacy in the...

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DUI Checkpoints San Diego

Published: May 21, 2013

The California Supreme Court under Ingersoll v. Palmer outlined several factors needed to conduct a DUI checkpoint. These factors are: 1. Policy-making officials must make the decision selecting a location instead of officers. An officer in the field should not be the one to establish the site and the procedures...

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DUI Checkpoints

Published: May 19, 2013

The California Supreme Court did not declare DUI checkpoint unconstitutional.  However, the Court outlined eight factors that are “important in assessing intrusiveness.” Ingersoll v. Palmer, 43 Cal.3d 1321, 1341 (1980).   These factors are used to minimize the intrusiveness of a DUI checkpoint. One of the eight factors is that the...

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