Daniel C Grupenhagen’s Guides

Daniel C Grupenhagen

Huntington Beach Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. Charged with Shoplifting in Orange County?

    Written by attorney Daniel Grupenhagen, 6 months ago.

    Petty theft and Shoplifting in Orange County can be handled by our firm because we know the courts and will get you a result that will get this embarrassing event behind you without putting you away f

  2. SOME COMMON CRIMINAL TERMINOLOGY

    Written by attorney Daniel Grupenhagen, almost 2 years ago.

    Arraignment - The first appearance in a case where the accused is informed of the charges, advised of his rights and enters a plea. An attorney can appear at arraignment with or for the defendant and speak on his behalf. Bail - Security (insurance) given for the release of t...

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  3. Why are Fines so High in California?

    Written by attorney Daniel Grupenhagen, almost 2 years ago.

    When you found guilty, or admitting a violation of the law in California, any fine due will include a Penalty Assessment or Penalties and Assessments (fine + PA). This guide is designed to help you understand who has their hand out when you pay a fine in California. Keep in mind these can change.

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  4. A Guide to Help Understand Trial and Appeals in a Criminal Case

    Written by attorney Daniel Grupenhagen, almost 2 years ago.

    This outline is designed to help my clients and potential clients gain a better understanding of the process involved in a criminal case. It is only a general outline directed at Orange County cases. Please note that nothing can substitute for an in-person consultation available with an attorney.

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  5. A Guide to Help Understand Pre-Trial Criminal Case Procedure

    Written by attorney Daniel Grupenhagen, almost 2 years ago.

    This outline is designed to help my clients and potential clients gain a better understanding of the process involved in a criminal case. It is only a general outline of Pre-Trial Procedure. See the guide for Trial and Appeals at my profile.

    1 person found this Legal Guide helpful