Charged with Vandalism

Criminal Defense

Male client in Bellflower Courthouse, July 2019.

The client came to our officer after learning he had been charged with vandalism in violation of Penal Code section 594. The misdemeanor complaint had been filed more than a year and half earlier, but he never knew of it. He was never notified of the charge being filed or a pending misdemeanor criminal case. A warrant had been issued for him. Then, one day he was pulled over by a law enforcement officer. During the stop he was told about the warrant. Luckily, he was cited and released. Once we came on the case, we prepared a Motion to Dismiss the case for unnecessary delay and a denial of his Constitutional Right to a speedy trial pursuant to Serna v. Superior Court (1985) 40 Cal3d 239. The Court granted the motion.

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