Military Misdemeanor Diversion, PC 1001.80

1.  Intro Military Misdemeanor Diversion pursuant to California Penal Code § 1001.80 was enacted to assist both former and current members of the United States military who have suffered from issues including post-traumatic stress disorder, mental health problems, substance abuse, or other approved disorders as a result of their service, and have subsequently been charged...
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Charged with Felony DUI with Injury

Question: I got my first dui and it was a felony dui because my friend was injured? I got into this dui incident in early 2019. I was in the hospital and released without getting taken to jail. I never received anything in the mail in regards to this. My friend that was injured in...
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Restraining Orders

Restraining Orders Restraining orders can be issued in varying Courts and for various reasons.  For example, in some Criminal Court cases where there is an allegation of some version of violence or threat of violence, the Court may order a “Protective Order” while the case is pending to help protect the alleged victim(s).  That Protective...
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Remember & Honor

Remembering and Honoring our fallen heroes who died while serving and protecting our great Country. The challenges that we face in this Country and the World are there, and will likely always be there in differing degrees. But those who served and our serving in the military carry so much of that weight for us...
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