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Jennifer Diem-Trang Le

Huntington Beach Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. Getting warrants recalled.

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Jennifer Diem-Trang Le
    2. Kathryn Mary Holton
    3. Michael Douglas Shafer
    4. Dan Eugene Chambers
    4 lawyer answers

    It depends on which judge your case is in front of. Some judges will recall the warrants if you retain a private attorney. The judge may be lenient if there is corroboration that you reside out of state. There is of course a possibility that the judge require your presence, depending on the facts of each case. The fact that your cases are both misdemeanors works in your favor. However, three years have elapsed, so that will be a factor in both consequences as well as whether you are...

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  2. Should i hire an attorney before or after my DUI arraignment? I'm not sure how beneficial it will be to get an attorney sooner.

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Tai Christopher Bogan
    2. Philip Daniel Hache
    3. Jennifer Diem-Trang Le
    4. Benjamin J Lieberman
    5. Maltaise E Cini
    6. ···
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    As with all criminal cases, I definitely recommend that you hire an attorney to represent you at all stages of your matter. You need an attorney who specializes in criminal defense and is well-acquainted with DUI's to help get you a reduction. Of course you may try to do so by yourself, but your question shows that you are at least cognizant of the fact that doing so may not be the best way to go. Hopefully you have already scheduled your DMV hearing, as you must do so within 10 days from...

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  3. Can a LAWYER I HIRE GET ANY DIFFERENT RESULTS THEN A PUBLIC DEFENDER

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Andrew Stephen Roberts
    2. Mark M Cheser
    3. John M. Kaman
    4. Andrew Michael Limberg
    5. Jennifer Diem-Trang Le
    6. ···
    9 lawyer answers

    All the previous answers are 100% correct. You will also get more personalized attention and devotion to your case, mainly because our case load is never close to the PD's load. Looking at the facts you've listed here definitely require close attention. Be careful, though, to not put these specific facts on a public forum in the future. Call for a free and confidential consultation.

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  4. NOTICE REGARDING ARRAIGNMENT DATE DELAYED? They are delaying my case is this a good or bad will it benefit me?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Douglas Holbrook
    2. Jennifer Diem-Trang Le
    3. John M. Kaman
    4. Brian Russell Michaels
    4 lawyer answers

    This is very standard. Generally, the D.A. may have had additional questions regarding the evidence in the police report and sent it back to the officer who wrote that report for further clarification/information. Does it mean they will not file your case? Not necessarily. Many cases end up being filed even though they were not filed by the original arraignment date. Is there a chance the D.A. will not file it once they get the information they asked for? Again, there is no way of...

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  5. If my DUI arraignment was postponed by the DA, is my license still suspended??

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Manny Daskal
    2. Jennifer Diem-Trang Le
    3. Slavik Steve Leydiker
    4. Timothy Steven Brown
    5. Jon Martin Pettis
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    6 lawyer answers

    It is irrelevant that the D.A.'s Office has not filed your case yet. The DMV is the agency with the authority to suspend your license and allow for a restricted license. As previous counsel stated, there are several criteria to obtain the restricted license. In the meantime, you ask if it matters whether you did not receive a copy of the police report. Did you schedule a DMV hearing? You would have been provided with the police report and your blood alcohol results prior to the hearing....

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  6. Police came to my home arrested me & then confinscated my things r they suppose to leave me an itamized list of what they took

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Jennifer Diem-Trang Le
    2. Curtis Lamar Harrington Jr
    3. Francis John Cowhig
    3 lawyer answers

    I am assuming this was pursuant to a search warrant. Yes, the police are absolutely supposed to write down everything the seize on the inventory list. Unfortunately, this isn't always the case. Walk through your house and write down what you believe is missing and cross reference with what was documented as seized. An attorney may be able to then meet with an officer at that agency and request an opportunity to inspect the items seized. It would be very helpful to consult with an...

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  7. Caught shoplifting but let go? Will it be safe to return? I'm trying to avoid the store altogether. See details!

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Trisha Ellen Newman
    2. Jennifer Diem-Trang Le
    3. Slavik Steve Leydiker
    4. Robert David Richman
    4 lawyer answers

    You are most likely safe, especially since they didn't take your photo or information down. You definitely got a break from the cop--take advantage of it. This certainly does not happen everyday.

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  8. I recently got arrested for public intoxication 647 in which I was in front of a friends house I was intoxicated at. Whats next?

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Stephen Troy Allen
    2. Jennifer Diem-Trang Le
    3. Andrew Stephen Roberts
    4. Brian Russell Michaels
    5. Shaun Anderson Sullivan
    5 lawyer answers

    If handled properly from the beginning, drunk in public charges may be reduced or even dismissed. I would want to know if you have any prior arrests or convictions on your background, how old you are, and your recollection of how you were behaving before being arrested. I highly recommend consulting with a criminal defense attorney immediately to maximize your chances of fighting this charge and keeping it off your record. Good luck.

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  9. Deportation due to DUI

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Carl Michael Shusterman
    2. Joshua Paul Shelton
    3. Jennifer Diem-Trang Le
    4. Breton Alejandro Rycroft
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    In general, no, because a DUI is not in a category of crimes that makes a person eligible for deportation. That being said, you do need to take care of this new DUI. As with the first DUI, you need to schedule your DMV hearing. Depending on when you were convicted of your first DUI, you may also be facing a probation violation. Jail time is mandatory on a second time DUI. Call a criminal defense attorney who handles these matters to get a consultation about the best way to proceed...

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  10. I would like to file for early termination of probation/expungment? Would I have a good chance? Its been a 1yr and 6months.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Jennifer Diem-Trang Le
    2. Joseph Briscoe Dane
    3. Daniel C Grupenhagen
    4. Elliot Rahmim Zarabi
    5. Lewis Robert Rosenblum
    5 lawyer answers

    It might be a tad early to file the motion. You might fare better after the two year mark, but if you just feel like you cannot wait any longer, you certainly could try now. Would it be better with or without an attorney? I think you know the answer. You probably had an attorney to represent you for the DUI, and the same would apply here. Your chances of success are dependent on a variety of factors, including the judge who would hear the case, the district attorney's position on the...

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