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Alphonse Francis Provinziano

Beverly Hills Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. My Husband got arrested for a warrant and a ticket for driving on a suspended license.

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Alphonse Francis Provinziano
    2. David Jon Pullman
    3. Michael Rutledge Norton
    3 lawyer answers

    The police will often give a separate citation for a new offense, even if your husband was also cited for the warrant. The offense can be one of the VC 14601.1 through VC 14601.3 offenses. The severity of the jail time will increase with the number of prior convictions that a person has for driving on a suspended license. Fortunately the judge dismissed his DUI case, but the DMV will most likely require him to complete a DUI course before giving him his license back. A person needs to act...

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  2. I need a free family law loyer to help me in court

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Alphonse Francis Provinziano
    2. Edna Carroll Straus
    3. Gary Ralph Ilmanen
    4. Ligia M Melendez Parmenter
    5. Robert Andrew Michael Burns
    5 lawyer answers

    Most family law attorneys do not handle cases for free, as they are quite complicated. A good place to look for free attorneys would be legal aid. You can also seek out attorneys that accept affordable payment plans, or work on a limited scope. I wish you the best of luck!

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  3. How much evidence is needed to refile a case?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Joseph Salvatore Farina
    2. Victoria L Clemans
    3. John M. Kaman
    4. Vijay Dinakar
    5. Alphonse Francis Provinziano
    5 lawyer answers

    The truth is that the DA can refile a case based on if they think there is enough evidence to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt. It is truly in the discretion of the DA's office to decide this important issue. The truth is that every DA's office is different.

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  4. What are the grounds for getting a domestic violence restraining order under the Family Code?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Alphonse Francis Provinziano
    2. Jeffrey M Moore
    3. Keith LaSalle Allen
    3 lawyer answers

    Mr. Moore has a very practical answer to this question. However, the California Family code requires merely one credible threat or act of violence against a person or someone they live with (e.g., a child) in order for there to be sufficient grounds for the court to grant a temporary and/or permanent restraining order. The Judicial Council has mandated mandatory forms, including form DV-100, request for an order, which requires a person to describe the most recent abuse that has occurred to...

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  5. My boyfriend's child's mother lied in court saying my boyfriend molested their son. what can happen to her for lying like that?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Alphonse Francis Provinziano
    2. Timothy Miranda
    3. Adam Laurence Pearlman
    3 lawyer answers

    Under California Family Code, a proven false allegation of child molestation can be used as a factor to change custody or limit custody of the party that levied the false accusations.

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  6. How do I find a pro bono or low cost family law attorney in Victorville, CA?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Molly Cristin Hansen
    2. Alphonse Francis Provinziano
    2 lawyer answers

    My law firm focuses on family law in victorville, Ca. Please call us at 760-951-1100 for a free initial consultation. We do offer affordable services and payment plans, depending on your matter. I wish you the best of luck in your matter!

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  7. May a defendents lawyer contact me in a restraining order case?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Annette L Goudy
    2. Isileli Tupou Manaia Mataele
    3. Alphonse Francis Provinziano
    4. Craig S Orent
    4 lawyer answers

    A party in a temporary restraining order case is not barred from having their attorney contact you to discuss legal matters. In fact this is often the norm when an attorney will contact another party in an attempt to settle a case. It may be an opportunity to work out a settlement, rather than go to court and litigate the case fully. Nonetheless you should be careful and not enter into a settlement agreement unless you feel fully comfortable with the results. In your situation it maybe...

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  8. Original child support case was opened in SF County but none of us (me, child and dad) are residents of SF. Can I change venue?

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Alphonse Francis Provinziano
    1 lawyer answer

    The code of civil procedure does allow for a transfer of family law cases, especially child support cases, if neither of the parties continue to live in the venue. The way this is accomplished is to file a Request for Order hearing to change venue pursuant to Code of Civil Procedure 397 and 397.5. The statute states: "the court may, when the ends of justice and convenience of the parties would be promoted by change, order that the proceedings be transferred to the county of residence of...

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  9. Are there any Family Law Attorneys in the San Gabriel Valley who may assist in affordable fee's or payment plans?

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Alphonse Francis Provinziano
    2. Abraham Chaparian
    2 lawyer answers

    Children definitely deserve to have a good father in their life. The court system will view a father and a mother as an integral part of a child's development. You should definitely act quickly to try to secure a custody order, so that you can have a legally enforceable framework as to your visitation - how it should occur, when it should occur, ad the manner of your exchanges. You can also be entitled to summer, holiday time, and additional time determined by the court, including daily...

  10. Can California Family Court order child support or support for secondary college education after the child turns 18?

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Brenda J. Russo
    2. Tobie Brina Waxman
    3. Bernal Peter Ojeda
    4. Alphonse Francis Provinziano
    4 lawyer answers

    There are circumstances that you can seek child support after the child turns 18. In certain circumstances, a parent can pay child support until a child is 19 if there are still enrolled in high school. In certain circumstances, under Family Code 3910, parents "have an equal responsibility, to the extent of their ability, a child of whatever age who is incapacitated from earning a living and without sufficient means." What this means is that a parent may have support a child over the age of...

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