Shawn Michael Haggerty
Shawn Michael Haggerty, Criminal Defense Attorney - Hacienda Heights, CA
Posted over 2 years ago.

Actively ans seiously enroll in THE LAP ON THE STATE BAR WEBSITE. LAWYERS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, WE TAKE CARE OF THOSE WORTHY.

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Asker
Posted over 2 years ago.

You'd suggest a 1203.4 motion once I'm terminated from probation if I'm not admitted by that time? I'd be naturally terminated in February of 2014. Hoping to get in by then . . . I guess I could seek early termination. Thanks for your response!

Shawn Michael Haggerty
Shawn Michael Haggerty, Criminal Defense Attorney - Hacienda Heights, CA
Posted over 2 years ago.

the fact that you are seeking results is encouraging. You will be fine.Early termnationis an option but I think you are on the right track.

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Asker
Posted over 2 years ago.

Have you ever seen anyone with a similarly high bac get admitted?

Shawn Michael Haggerty
Shawn Michael Haggerty, Criminal Defense Attorney - Hacienda Heights, CA
Posted over 2 years ago.

I am typing with a left small finger splint. Sorry about typos

Shawn Michael Haggerty
Shawn Michael Haggerty, Criminal Defense Attorney - Hacienda Heights, CA
Posted over 2 years ago.

You need to stickwith your cahrge, Do not woory about anyone else. Be patient grasshopper!

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Asker
Posted over 2 years ago.

Haha. Ok. I just have a job offer right now. If I can't get my moral character soon, then my offer lapses. Which sucks. Although after speaking with my analyst today I'm more worried about being admitted AT ALL than being admitted soon.

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Asker
Posted over 2 years ago.

Also, which LAP program would you recommend? I see a variety of LAP programs. Looks like the Monitored LAP would be applicable to me?

Shawn Michael Haggerty
Shawn Michael Haggerty, Criminal Defense Attorney - Hacienda Heights, CA
Posted over 2 years ago.

just call the number. Ther is not a reason for mandatory testing, what do I know. It is only a phone call.

Christine C McCall
Christine C McCall, Administrative Law Lawyer - Pasadena, CA
Posted over 2 years ago.

Mr. Haggerty, saying "you will be fine" in this case is a grand and generous gesture, but it is no more than that. This examinee has a serious legal problem, and the outcome is not in the least bit certain to be favorable at this point in time on the present state of the facts.