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Crimes

Specializing in representing people charged with the following crimes:


Alcohol related crimes:
  • DUI   (Vehicle Code § 23152)
    • DUI with injury   (Vehicle Code § 23153)
    • DUI under the age of 21   (Vehicle Code § 23140)
    • Enhancements (DUI)
      • Second DUI   (Vehicle Code § 23152)
      • Third DUI   (Vehicle Code § 23152)
      • DUI - Refusal of chemical test   (Vehicle Code § 23577)
      • DUI - BAC of .15% or higher   (Vehicle Code § 23578)
      • DUI - BAC of .20% or higher   (Vehicle Code § 23538[b][2])
      • DUI with speeding   (Vehicle Code § 23582)
      • DUI with minor in the car   (Vehicle Code § 23572)
  • Other alcohol related crimes
    • Drinking alcohol in a park   (Business & Professions Code § 25620)
    • Drunk in public   (Penal Code § 647[f])
    • Employing a person to buy alcohol   (Business & Professions Code § 25657)
    • Minor trying to buy alcohol   (Business & Professions Code § 25658.5)
    • Minor’s possession of alcohol   (Business & Professions Code § 25662)
    • Open container   (Business & Professions Code § 23222)
    • Open container of alcohol in a vehicle   (Vehicle Code § 23222)
    • Parent permitting child to drink alcohol   (Business & Professions Code § 25658.2)
    • Selling alcohol to a minor   (Business & Professions Code § 25658)
    • Selling alcohol to an intoxicated person   (Business & Professions Code § 25602)


Drug related crimes:
  • Drug paraphernalia possession   (Health & Safety Code § 11364)
  • Marijuana crimes
    • Marijuana possession   (Health & Safety Code § 11357)
    • Marijuana possession in a vehicle   (Vehicle Code § 23222)
    • Transporting or giving away marijuana   (Health & Safety Code § 11360)
  • Drug possession   (Health & Safety Code § 11377)
    • Cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin, and other controlled substances
  • Prescription drug crimes
    • Forged prescription   (Business & Professions Code § 4324)
    • Forging a prescription   (Health & Safety Code § 11368)
    • Possession of a drug without a prescription   (Business & Professions Code § 4060)
    • Under the influence of a drug   (Health & Safety Code § 11550)


All other crimes:

  • Annoying phone calls   (Penal Code § 653[m])
  • Arson   (Penal Code § 452)
  • Assault & Battery
    • Assault with deadly weapon   (Penal Code § 245)
    • Battery   (Penal Code § 242)
    • Battery on a cop   (Penal Code § 243)
    • Domestic violence battery   (Penal Code 243[e][1] & 273.5)
  • Crimes against a cop
    • Battery on a cop   (Penal Code § 243)
    • Evading arrest   (Vehicle Code § 2800.1)
    • Lying to a cop   (Penal Code § 148.9 & Vehicle Code § 20 & 31)
    • Resisting arrest   (Penal Code § 69 & 148)
  • Crimes against the court
    • Contempt of court   (Penal Code § 166)
    • Violation of protective order   (Penal Code § 273.6)
  • Crimes involving honesty
    • Fake ID   (Business & Professions Code § 25661)
    • False impersonation   (Penal Code § 529)
    • False statements – advertising   (Business & Professions Code § 17500)
    • Forgery   (Penal Code § 470)
    • Lying to a cop   (Penal Code § 148.9 & Vehicle Code § 20 & 31)
    • Possession of a counterfeit seal   (Penal Code § 472)
  • Criminal threats   (Penal Code § 422)
  • Disabled placard misuse   (Vehicle Code § 4461 & 22507.8)
  • Disturbing the peace   (Penal Code § 415)
  • Drag racing   (Vehicle Code § 23109)
  • Hit & Run
    • Hit and run with injuries   (Vehicle Code § 20001)
    • Hit and run with property damage   (Vehicle Code § 20002)
  • Insurance – uninsured motorist   (Vehicle Code § 16028)
  • Registration – false or misuse of registration   (Vehicle Code § 4462.5)
  • Sex crimes
    • Indecent exposure   (Penal Code § 314)
    • Lewd conduct in a public place   (Penal Code § 647[a])
    • Prostitution   (Penal Code § 647[b])
  • Suspended license   (Vehicle Code § 14601)
  • Theft
    • Burglary   (Penal Code § 459)
    • Grand theft   (Penal Code § 487)
    • Petty theft   (Penal Code § 484 & 490.1)
    • Petty theft with a prior   (Penal Code § 666)
    • Receiving stolen property   (Penal Code § 496)
    • Selling bootleg CD/DVD   (Penal Code § 653[w])
    • Unlawful taking of a car   (Vehicle Code § 10851)
  • Trespass   (Penal Code § 555 & 602)
  • Unlicensed driver   (Vehicle Code § 12500)
  • Vandalism
    • Automobile Tampering   (Vehicle Code § 10852)
    • Vandalism   (Penal Code § 594)
  • Weapons
    • Brandishing a deadly weapon   (Penal Code § 417)
    • Carrying a concealed firearm   (Penal Code § 12025)
    • Carrying a loaded firearm   (Penal Code § 12031)
    • Possession of a switchblade   (Penal Code § 653[k])
    • Possession of an illegal weapon   (Penal Code § 12020)



Important Links:


1. California DMV DUI General Information - 

2. Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) FAQ's - 

3. Los Angeles Sheriff's Department (LASD)
a. Court Services Division - 
b. Inmate Information Center - 

4. Los Angeles Superior Court
a. Criminal Division - 
b. Traffic Division -