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  • Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office Neighborhood Justice Program (“NJP”) Allows Qualifying Offenders to Complete Program and Receive “No Filing” Dismissals for Certain Misdemeanor Offenses!
    Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office Neighborhood Justice Program (“NJP”) Allows Qualifying Offenders to Complete Program and Receive “No Filing” Dismissals for Certain Misdemeanor Offenses!

    The Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office has created and implements a pre-filing diversion program named the “Neighborhood Justice Program” (“NJP”) that allows people who commit certain misdemeanors to ...

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  • Six Penal Code § 594(a) Violations Dismissed Pursuant to Penal Code section 1385 In the Interests of Justice!
    Six Penal Code § 594(a) Violations Dismissed Pursuant to Penal Code section 1385 In the Interests of Justice!

    Recently at the Van Nuys Courthouse in Los Angeles County, I was able to negotiate for a complete dismissal of all charges filed against my client for allegedly vandalizing his ex-girlfriend’s vehicle ...

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  • How Can Sealing Your Arrest Record Pursuant to Penal Code section 851.91 Help You?
    How Can Sealing Your Arrest Record Pursuant to Penal Code section 851.91 Help You?

    SB-393 became effective on January 1, 2018 and permits a person to petition to have his or her arrest and related records sealed upon a showing that the arrest did not result in a conviction and the ...

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  • Felony Vandalism - Dismissed
    Felony Vandalism - Dismissed

    A client that I represented at the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center was accused of Felony Vandalism, a violation of Penal Code section 594(a). The crime is what is known as a "wobbler", ...

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