Memorial Day – A day to honor…

Memorial Day Today is a day to remember and honor all those who lost their lives while in active service fighting for us and our Country. Memorial Day originated from a desire to honor the deceased after the Civil War. On May 5, 1868, General John Logan, commander of the Great Army of the Republic through...
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DUI and employment background check

DUI and employment background check Question:  My question is in regards to a DUI and employment background check. I was convicted of a DUI in San Fernando a few years ago.  I am now looking to change jobs and have some applications to fill out, hopefully followed by some interviews.  While I am filling out the...
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Under 21 DUI

Under 21 DUI If you are under 21 years old and cited  for DUI there are a few different potential charges you may face, depending on the result your blood alcohol content level. 1. VC 23136 – Under 21 with a .01 BAC or higher If your blood alcohol content (BAC) level is between a...
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Military Diversion Granted

Military Diversion Granted I helped another deserving Military Veteran get treatment for PTSD, as opposed to a conviction and extensive Jail sentence I was recently retained by a Navy Veteran who saw action in 3 overseas deployments to battle ground areas.  Honorably discharged, he suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and substance abuse issues...
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Failure To Appear

Failure To Appear Failure to Appear (commonly referred to as FTA’s) occur when someone fails to show up for a court date.  In some situations, the defendant is never made aware that there was a court date at all.  The prosecution can acquire evidence about someone then file charges without that person ever knowing that...
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