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Ron S Bamieh

Ventura Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Hit a parked car. about 2 feet away, minor damage. scratch on the other vehicle and was given a dui . for VC 23152 (a)

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

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    In Ventura County assuming nobody was hurt and minor damage you are eligible for a first time disposition. Meaning 48 hours or 5 days work release, 36 months probation, and fines and fees plus restitution. Good Luck Ron Bamieh

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  2. Second DUI - CAB levels read . 14 at 3 : 38 a . m . and . 15 at 3 : 41 a . m .

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

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    YOu should be ok, most reasonable prosecutors will not charge the enhancement in this circumstance. It would be a good idea to have a lawyer there to contact prosecutor's office ahead of time and make sure this does not happen, but if you go pro per you most likely will still avoid the enhancement.

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  3. What are my likely consequences after receiving my first DUI offense with a BAC of .19 and being under the age of 21?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

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    In Santa Barbara assuming you are convicted (and even with high blood alcohol and accident there may be defenses available to you, but it does sound bleak in that regard) you will do some jail time, but it can be served picking up trash and with community service as long as nobody was hurt. If someone was hurt this could go from a misdemeanor to a felony and could have much more serious consequences. If convicted you will lose your license for at least one year, be put on probation, and pay...

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  4. I am being subpoenaed in a criminal case to testify against my husband. How can I use my 5th amendment?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

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    Based on how you presented your question it appears you do not have the right to claim the 5th. Additionally no privilege exists in a criminal case, where you are the alleged victim and your husband is the defendant, for you not to testify. You can refuse and in that case the court can hold you in contempt and fine you, and the fines depending on the judge can be on every question you refuse to answer. You need to consult with a lawyer to really go through your options.

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  5. If i am a victim of domestic violence, and did not file a police report can i still file???

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. William Peter Daley
    2. John M. Kaman
    3. Ron S Bamieh
    4. Steven D. Powell
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    The first question is are you safe? Before you do anything get to a safe place. No matter what the delay you could obtain a domestic violence restraining order to protect yourself. The delay will not matter that much in obtaining it, and the evidence you have saved will help. The next question is do you want to make a report? When you do, there is a good chance the police will investigate, potentially arrest, and the District Attorney could file charges. If the DA did so, you could...

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  6. If someone is convicted guilty in front of the grand jury and to be sentenced soon..

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

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    Your question does not make sense and indicates you are confused. A Grand Jury can indict, meaning they can charge people with a crime, they do not have the power to convict. If you are indicted you get arraigned where you plead guilty or not guilty. If you plead not guilty you and your lawyer have a chance to see what the Grand Jury considered in indicting you, all police reports related to the allegation, and can start putting together a defense to defeat the charges. If you were...

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  7. Do i have to take off my sun glases if asked by a officer of the law , when there is no probable cause

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

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    Legally you are probably on sound footing to politely say to the officer that unless it is required you prefer to keep your glasses on. Now practically it's probably not a sound tactic. Reality is that upsetting a police officer in the field comes with a price. The price depends on how professional the police officer is and how experienced. You draw the wrong police officer and you can find yourself spending a few hours appeasing a manufactured investigation.

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  8. A detective has came to my house 3 times.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

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    First no one has the obligation to talk to the police. All of us have the right to remain silent and only your mother can waive that right. Meaning if she decides not to talk there is nothing they can do to her. However if she receives a lawful subpoena she can be compelled to testify. Depending on your age and the age of your boyfriend he may have some criminal liability, and if you are a minor which is what you imply in your question this could be a lifetime sexual registration offense....

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  9. How do I obtain results for an 11550 pc charge directly from the laboratory?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

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    Two ways to do so. When ":the person" goes to court he should make a request in front of the judge for the lab results in his case. The County crime lab will test the urine sample he gave and those results are put in a report that is part of the discovery (paper work) that all defendants are entitled to before they have to make any decisions on their case. if the results are not favorable or you do not believe accurate you can hire a private crime lab to test the urine. You have to file a...

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  10. I was given a ticket 4 answering my door 2 real estate agent w/out a shirt who was offended by my tatttoos. What recourse?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Gabriela Monserrat Lopez Arcos
    2. Ron S Bamieh
    3. Steven D. Powell
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    Your explanation makes no sense. there is no citation or violation that can think of under these facts. You are leaving out an important detail, like was it just your shirt that was off or your pants? Where were the tats - because a tat on your upper body would justify a citation or a ticket.

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