Blog Posts in September, 2020

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  • Post-Conviction Relief! Health and Safety Code § 11366.5(a) “Allowing Place for Preparing or Storing a Controlled Substance” and Penal Code § 273a(b), “Cruelty to Child by Endangering Health” Felony Offenses Vacated Per Penal Code § 1473.7 Motion and Reneg
    Post-Conviction Relief! Health and Safety Code § 11366.5(a) “Allowing Place for Preparing or Storing a Controlled Substance” and Penal Code § 273a(b), “Cruelty to Child by Endangering Health” Felony Offenses Vacated Per Penal Code § 1473.7 Motion and Reneg

    Recently, at the San Fernando Courthouse in Los Angeles County, Attorney Steve Escovar was able to successfully litigate a post-conviction Penal Code section 1473.7 Motion to vacate our client’s ...

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  • Probation Successfully Modified for Our Client Involved in DUI Homicide Filed as Vehicle Code section 23153 Reduced to Simple DUI!
    Probation Successfully Modified for Our Client Involved in DUI Homicide Filed as Vehicle Code section 23153 Reduced to Simple DUI!

    Over one year ago our client was arrested for a violation of Vehicle Code section 23153, “Unlawful Driving Under the Influence and Concurrent Act Proximately Causing Bodily Injury to Person Other than ...

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  • Policy Limit Personal Injury Settlement for Client Rear-Ended by Another Vehicle on the I-110 Freeway in Los Angeles!
    Policy Limit Personal Injury Settlement for Client Rear-Ended by Another Vehicle on the I-110 Freeway in Los Angeles!

    Our client contacted our office after he had been violently rear-ended by a vehicle that failed to yield to slowing traffic on the I-110 northbound freeway in Los Angeles, California. Our client ...

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  • Post-Conviction Relief: 1991 Penal Code section 182(1)(4) – “Conspiracy,” Insurance Code section 556(a)(1)(3)(4) – “Making a Fraudulent Insurance Claim,” and Insurance Code section 1871.1 – “Insurance Fraud,” Felony Offenses - Vacated Per Penal Code sectio
    Post-Conviction Relief: 1991 Penal Code section 182(1)(4) – “Conspiracy,” Insurance Code section 556(a)(1)(3)(4) – “Making a Fraudulent Insurance Claim,” and Insurance Code section 1871.1 – “Insurance Fraud,” Felony Offenses - Vacated Per Penal Code sectio

    Recently, at the Clara Shortridge Foltz Courthouse in Los Angeles County, I successfully litigated a Penal Code section 1016.5 Motion to withdraw three of my client’s felony convictions from 1991 for ...

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