13 October 2023 |

People v. V.H.:

People v. V.H.: Case #s J74543: Client conducted her life for years under the shadow of these not serious but charges but, because they had arrest warrants attached, they required she avoid law enforcement. She shuddered every time she saw law enforcement personnel. Then, she hired me. Charges were: (1) Driving on a Suspended Driver’s License, (VC 14601.1(a); (2) Failure to provide evidence of Financial Responsibility, (VC 16028(a); (3)  Failure to Appear after Written Promise for Vehicle Code Offense, (VC 40508(a)). Disposition: Case Dismissed per Penal Code sec. 1385, i.e., in the Interest of Justice;

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