Health and Safety Code section 11364.7(a), Possession for Sale of Drug Paraphernalia, Negotiated to Penal Code section 415, Disturbing the Peace!

Recently in Los Angeles County our client was cited for violating Health and Safety Code section 11364.7(a), Possession for Sale of Drug Paraphernalia. Our client was a cashier clerk of a smoke shop and was cited for selling drug paraphernalia to an undercover officer.

If our client was convicted of this charge, he would face immigration consequences. Our office presented a mitigation package to the prosecution and after strenuous negotiation with the prosecution they agreed to allow our client to plea to Penal Code section 415(2). This negotiation will prevent adverse immigration consequences for our client and is a great result.

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