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Nicholas Milan Loncar

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  • My husband is ilegal immigrant can get deporyed if i post bail fpr him wen he goes to cory

    Cop tookpicture my husband lest a bruce inmy neck

    Nicholas’s Answer

    Domestic violence cases pose serious immigration consequences. With the visible bruise, it's likely he will be charged with a violation of PC 273.5, which is categorically a deportable offense as a crime of violence and a crime of domestic violence. Bailing him out before a hold attaches is a short-term fix. To avoid deportation proceedings in the long run, it is important that he avoid a conviction for a deportable offense. Consult with some local criminal defense attorneys to try to get the best possible outcome in the criminal case. It may be possible to get the case dismissed altogether or at least get the charges reduced to something that will give him a shot to stay in the country.

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  • I am 18 will be 19 in 3 months but want to move out asap

    I am 18 and will be 19 in march my mom is my payee and take more than the ssi she is supposed to get so I get Nothing to use for my self I am required to pay her 550 and I get 700-721 a month and I have a place to move to and she said she's going ...

    Nicholas’s Answer

    I agree with Mr. Dugan. Sounds like you'll need to have that status changed so that she's not the payee for your funds.

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  • I got a civil demand from fry's, police were involved. Should I expect a court date and should I pay?

    I was taken into custody by the loss prevention for stealing a two hundred dollars item. Police came later. I just got a demand letter for 350. Should I pay and should I contact the police to follow up on the case or find out my court date? I'm a ...

    Nicholas’s Answer

    You probably should not pay the civil demand. As for whether there is a court date, there probably is since you were arrested. Consult with a local attorney and have them find out when court is so you don't miss it and create more problems for yourself in the long run. Good luck.

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  • Contracting License Petty Theft Diversion

    I'm currently a electrician apprenticechip and will finish next year. I was wondering how a diversion program for theft will impact by ability to get a contractor license. My supervisor says not to worry but I'd like to here a second opinion

    Nicholas’s Answer

    With a diversion program you do avoid a conviction, but that doesn't guarantee that a licensing board will not take action against your license anyway. Consult with an administrative law attorney to discuss your options and get a better idea of how this case can affect your professional license.

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  • It my frist time offence got cought with 10 pound of meth by state.

    I was driving from riverside to los angele.

    Nicholas’s Answer

    As you are probably aware, this is a very serious case. If picked up by the feds you could be looking at a few decades in prison. The fact that it is a first offense is usually helpful, but with this amount of weight, it's going to take more than that. Consult with some local attorneys. A successful motion to suppress evidence could make it all go away, but this depends on whether the police found the meth by violating your rights.

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  • Hello, i recently got a citation under LAMC 103.102 - No Cafe / Entertainment permit.

    I was having a small gathering in a commercial property (not mine) there were only 20 people there at the time of issuance. I was not charging at the door, all guests were personal friends. Will i need a lawyer for this type of violation, or wil...

    Nicholas’s Answer

    The good news is that there is not a criminal penalty associated with this. The bad news is, that fines are pretty hefty in LA County. Hopefully it's not too bad. Best of luck.

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  • If you admitted to the police that you have shoplifted, would it be considered that you are now convicted? (Juvenile)

    After taking several items, i was caught at the front door (first offense). I confessed most all of what happened; said it was under peer pressure, but it is likely that the fact will not help me in any way. Took over 50 but under 500 dollars wort...

    Nicholas’s Answer

    Your admission to the store's security is evidence against you. As is being caught with unpaidfor products. Most shoplifting cases are easy to prove. Luckily, there's a lot more that can be done to protect your rights and your record, that doesn't involve proving that you didn't do it. Hire a local attorney to work this out with the DA's office and court on your behalf. Depending on how much the items were worth ($50-$500 is a big range) among a few other factors, you might be able to avoid a criminal conviction altogether, even though you admitted your guilt. I recommend consulting with some local attorneys and discussing your case. Most offer free consultations. I would also recommend NOT admitting guilt if you ever find yourself in a similar situation in the future.

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  • If a second dui is on sons record and he had a dui At age 18 which was 12 years ago. Not since to have 2 DUI

    he completed everything to take care of this ticket, he completed a rock program and since turned his life around. But now due to child support issues which he is paying, but behind cant get a drivers license, and got a ticket diving to work with...

    Nicholas’s Answer

    It seems strange that he would have had a second DUI and not known about it. Unless he was so drunk when arrested that he didn't remember, it seems strange that he would find out about it in court for a ticket. What seems more likely to me is that he is misunderstanding what he was told in court. He might have a warrant for a probation violation on an old DUI or have a misdemeanor case for driving on a suspended license. He should consult with some local attorneys and discuss his case in detail.

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  • If im on felony probation for posssesion am i no longer on probation couse of prop 47 do my 2 felonys get reduced

    Just wondering how prop 47 works for me im on felony probation just got out about 1 month ago after serving 3 months on a violation . What does this mean for me

    Nicholas’s Answer

    Here's how prop 47 should apply to each of your convictions

    1. The two possession charges:
    can be reduced to misdemeanors

    2. Receiving Stolen Property
    can be reduced to misdemeanor IF VALUE OF ITEM LESS THAN $950

    3. Burglary/Conspiracy to commit Burglary
    If you were convicted of burglary/conspiracy to commit burglary for 2nd degree (commercial burglary) and the theft was for items valued at less than $950 and the offense took place during normal business hours.

    Hope this helps. To get a full understanding of which felonies you can and can't get rid of, consult with some local attorneys and discuss each case.

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  • Can I reduce my probation for dui so I can take my clinicals for nursing school?

    Dui occurred in San Diego County in July. I now live in canyon country, ca. The judge told me it was a 3 year probation but my background check says it's a 5 year. Currently completing my 3 month alcohol program and community service. Still have ...

    Nicholas’s Answer

    Consult with some DUI lawyers in San Diego. You may be able to get an early termination of probation. Know that it's probably tougher to do so in DUI cases than other types of misdemeanors, but can be granted of you show good cause. Best of luck.

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