In the Central Justice Center, County of Orange. The Defendant was charged with Domestic Violence Battery, a violation of Penal Code Section 243(e)(1), and child abuse, a violation of Penal Code Section 273a(b). A disposition was negotiated wherein the Defendant entered a plea to “disturbing the peace”, and the domestic violence battery and child abuse charges were dismissed.
In Harbor Justice Center, County of Orange. The Defendant was arrested for Felony Domestic Violence Battery against her husband. The bail bond was $50,000. The Domestic Violence Battery was witnessed by several individuals who provided statements to the Newport Beach Police detectives. Attorney Randy Collins argued that the Defendant suffered from a nervous breakdown, which culminated in involuntary acts of frustration. The case was dismissed.
In Chino Superior Court, County of San Bernardino.
The Defendant was arrested for Domestic Violence in violation of Penal Code 273.5 while he was currently on probation. Attorney Randy Collins argued that there was a mistake in identity and Mr. Guadarrama had his case dismissed.
In the Harbor Justice Center, County of Orange. The Defendant was charged with violating Penal Code Section 273.5(a), otherwise known as Domestic Battery with Corporal Injury, due to a fight that took place with his spouse. After thorough investigation by Randy Collins and his private investigator, Mr. Collins was able to demonstrate that the Defendant acted in self-defense. The case was subsequently dismissed.
Defendant was charged with a felony violation. The defendant also had a prior DUI Conviction. The case was dismissed without trial.
Defendant was charged with two felony offenses. The defendant participated in a class and the case was dismissed.
The defendant was charged with multiple felony and misdemeanor offenses stemming from a single domestic incident. The case was dismissed in its entirety.
The defendant was charged with multiple misdemeanor and felony offenses. After waiving Miranda the defendant admitted everything. The case was ultimately dismissed.
The defendant had five cases before the court and had failed on numerous occasions to pay fines or complete promises he had made to the court. Warrants were issued. The defendant owed the following on the cases listed; $850.00; 148.50; $388.50; 419.00; and $1,111.00; The court vacated all the fines so the defendant did not have to pay anything. [$2917] The defendant only has to complete 15 days Caltrans.
In the West Justice Center, County of Orange. The Defendant was charged with multiple felony offenses. After trial, the Defendant was found Not Guilty of ALL charges and was discharged.
In the Central Justice Center, County of Orange. The Defendant was charged with multiple offenses. The Defendant could have spent 5 years in custody. Since the Defendant had no prior record, in the middle of the preliminary hearing, the Defendant entered a plea to Public Resources Code, Section 14591(b)(1)(F). All other counts were dismissed and the Defendant was released with credit for time served.
Charged with domestic violence and murder. After trial the case was dismissed.
Defendant was charged with multiple offenses. Was sentenced to complete 20 days of Cal Trans.
Defendant charged with multiple felonies. All cases dismissed.
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