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  • Son in law was caught with materials and equipment to make wax and charge with child enlargement Is this probation or jail ?

    He had some weed in a bucket outside next to his sons toys, he had wax residue on dish and spoon in house and they found materials to make it. He said he was doing it when his son was at school. He pleaded not guilty, he thinks he will probably ge...

    Andrew’s Answer

    He needs to have a frank and honest discussion with his defense attorney to learn more about his options. If, for whatever reason, he can't receive from his current attorney the information he needs to make a decision, then he should consider acquiring new counsel.

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  • Can i avoid jail time and beat this case when law enforcement is not doing what they're supposed to

    Was on private property parked sleeping in driveway when police knocked on window and started harrassing me and my gf. They said a neighbor called them cuz we were asleep in driveway, then they claimed they were on patrol in the trailor park, lies...

    Andrew’s Answer

    There are any number of excuses the officers may make to justify their conduct. You will need a defense attorney well versed in search and seizure to navigate through this mess. Most defense attorneys in San Diego County provide free consultations, so you shouldn't hesitate to act now to obtain the best possible result.

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  • I need advice.I need some guidance in regards to withdrawing a plea and filing a motion....

    After being dissatisfied with the public defender appointed to my case my family suggested me to retain a private attorney.I was so disappointed that my public defender seemed to not have any time to develop a defense plan for me or even ask me my...

    Andrew’s Answer

    The Court will not grant a Marsden motion against pprivate counsel. That procedure is reserved for public defenders. Since your current attorney is unwilling to draft a motion to withdraw your plea, you will need to either attempt it yourself or hire a new attorney to do so. A motion to withdraw a plea will only be granted for certain specific reasons that are already recognized by the Court and well argued. You should obtain a free consultation from a local San Diego County defense attorney to learn more about what can be done on your behalf.

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  • Set to plea for ptty thftmsdmnr chrg on Tues, but now have new pty theft charge to add in.1st charge/guilt could cnvct me on 2nd

    “What does it mean to have two charges wrapped together? I am in the process of sentencing for a misdemeanor charge for petty theft , this is complicated by the fact that I had two previous warnings from the store which I am being accused of steal...

    Andrew’s Answer

    Your new charge complicates your situation and threatens your plea in the earlier case. A global disposition would be preferable, but a good result will rely heavily upon how well your attorney presents your case. You need to meet and confer with your current attorney to chart out a strategy to obtain the best possible result.

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  • What am i looking at in court if i stole from a store in california, and my record is completely clean?

    I stole for the first time, ever, and I got caught. I had to pay $325 to just Kolhs by itself, but I still have court, and I was wondering what am I going to be looking at if my record is completely clean?

    Andrew’s Answer

    Normally, a good defense attorney can evaluate the case to determine whether or not the case should be negotiated or taken to trial. The consequences of most minor, first time shoplifting cases can be largely mitigated by a defense attorney who is well versed in the facts of the case and your personal history in order to present the best case in court. Most defense attorneys in North County provide free consultations, so you shouldn't hesitate to call and learn more about what can be done on your behalf.

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  • I got into a fight with a boyfriend the other day and.

    apped His face Like in the movies but kinda tossed up our bedroom.. I didn't even make a mark on him but he called the cops. Guess they came out and took his report. They said a detective would contact him and I both. but I heard from somebody tha...

    Andrew’s Answer

    You should refrain from speaking to anyone but a defense attorney about this incident. Anything you say to anyone but the defense attorney can later be used against you. Oftentimes, it's best to have the attorney do the talking for you, to ensure the situation doesn't get any further out of control while also protecting yourself. Most defense attorneys in San Diego County provide free consultations, so you shouldn't hesitate to call to learn more about how to best proceed.

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  • Charged with PC243(e)(1). Anything I can do to minimize this charge besides hiring an attorney?

    Classes, etc.?

    Andrew’s Answer

    The best course of action at this point is to refrain from speaking about your case with anyone but a defense attorney. Anything you say can be used against you unless privileged, such as attorney-client communications. You should obtain a free consultation from a local San Diego County defense attorney to learn more about what can be done to ensure the best possible result.

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  • I have a friend on the run she's 17 and will be 18 in dec and has an arrest warrant what will happen if she gets caught at 18.

    Will she have to go to jail or Juvie

    Andrew’s Answer

    If your friend comes into contact with law enforcement it's possible she'll be taken into custody and transported to Las Colinas Detention Facility to be held until she can appear in court. Your friend should not ignore this situation and obtain a free consultation from a San Diego County defense attorney to learn more about what can be done on her behalf.

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  • I need to seal my previous felony and misdeameonor from my record, how will I do?

    I don't have any probation

    Andrew’s Answer

    Criminal cases for adult defendants are public records and cannot be sealed. However, a person who successfully completes probation and has also paid off all fees and fines associated with the conviction may seek an expungement. An expungement motion requests the case be re-opened, the guilty plea withdrawn, and the case subsequently dismissed. If an expungement is granted, the person is no longer considered convicted of the crime in that case. A person with a conviction on their record should definitely obtain a free consultation from a defense attorney to learn more about what can be done on their behalf.

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  • What does an ROC of COTP (Court order to produce) mean?

    My friend was recently put on probation for DUI/drugs and Possession (2 separate arrests/DUI's/charges in the past 6 months). He hasn't even gone to Probation Orientation which is scheduled for this next Wed. There was a mixup in where he was supp...

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    He may or may not be eligible for release on the seventh depending on a number of factors. This arrest may very well become a new case that will complicate his probation status. Your friend should consider obtaining a free consultation from a local North County defense attorney to learn more about what to expect and how best to proceed.

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