What is happening if I have a LA104. 15(a)(b) Charge in court?
And the police booked me and I was released in about 12 hours.
I left with a ticket and got court date in Long Beach for 01/6/2020 charge ( 113666HS )
And today I received a letter,
From the city attorney office that I have an arrangement in la superior court on 02/13/2020
For charge LA104. 15(a)(b)
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You need someone who has handled these types of cases before. It doesn't go away without a fight. Nothing goes away without a fight anymore. Lawyer up. You have plenty of time so before spending for a full retainer, retain an attorney at a discounted rate to see if s/he can make it go away before it's filed. It's a two way advantage: 1) the retainer cost is far less; 2) no charges ever show up on your record because nothing was ever filed. If you get the right attorney and the city refuses to reject the matter then that attorney should apply the first payment to your full fee. Discuss further with an attorney. Many reputable attorneys provide a free consultation. Best wishes.
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