Penal Code 415, commonly known as disturbing the peace is a "wobblette;" it can be filed either as an infraction or misdemeanor. The DA gets to decide how to file the case regardless of what it says on the ticket. Call Attorney Arthur Khachatourians if you have any question 818-590-8294.
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Urinating in Public is what we call a "wobblette." The prosecuting agency has the discretion to file it as a misdemeanor or an infraction. If the case is filed as a misdemeanor, you are entitled to a a jury trial. If the case is filed as an infraction, you will only get a judge trial, unless you insist to have it filed as a misdemeanor.
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You need to file a petition with the Juvenile court. Call for further direction - 818-590-8294
You can call the police and/or Department of Child and Family Services.
If you do nothing, you will be found in violation. You need a qualified and experienced Los Angeles Criminal Defense attorney to modify the terms of your probation as necessary given your particular situation
It really depends the severity of the domestic violence, the length of time, the remedial measures initiated by the individual, and the type of visitation rights the person seeks (supervised or unsupervised). In California, there is a presumption that a party who has perpetrated domestic violence, it is not in the best interest of the child for that person to have custody over the child. There are a number of factors a court will look at to see if the presumption can be rebutted. See Family...
In Juvenile court they will first have probation write up a recommendation. An attorney may talk to probation to request diversion. Call to discuss further 818-590-8294 - Arthur Khachatourians http://www.calicriminaldefense.com
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