Newbury Park, CA asked in Criminal Law and Identity Theft for California

Q: what to do 1st court day? felony 4 identity+ grand theft, forgery, possession. and need attorney referral

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Dale S. Gribow

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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Palm Desert, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: I NEED MORE INFO

IF YOU ARE ASKING WHAT HAPPENS ON THE 1ST DAY OF COURT, YOU AND YOUR LAWYER PLEAD NOT GUILTY, GUILTY OR ASK FOR A CONTINUANCE.

IF YOU CAN AVOID A LAWYER S/HE WOULD DO IT FOR YOU.

IF YOU CAN NOT AFFORD A LAWYER ASK FOR A COURT APPOINTED LAWYER.

IF YOU WANT THE NAMES OF SOME LAWYER PLEASE CALL ME AT 760 837 7500

I WOULD ENCOURAGE YOU TO TYPE UP A SUMMARY OF THE FACTS.

THIS IS FOR YOUR LAWYER NOT THE COURT

Alexander Bakhache Perez

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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Fullerton, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: I can help you with this case and provide criminal defense , please feel free to contact us for a free price quote and payment plan option. We can discuss the issues of your case to see how we can help.

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