Charged with possession of body armor

Van Nuys Courthouse, August 2019

Our client had been in the military for most of his life. He was discharged from the military after being placed on felony probation. While his discharge was pending, law enforcement performed a probation search of his residence. They found his military issued gear. He had been waiting for orders and instruction to turn it in. One of the items was his ballistic vest. He was charged with possession of body armor as a felon in violation of Penal Code section 31360(a), another felony. We were able to show that he was authorized by the court to possess the necessary military gear until his military service ended and he received his orders to turn it in. Working with the prosecutor, we obtained a just result.

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