Los Angeles Bench Warrant Case Results
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Recent Case Results
Mr. Caplan convinced a judge at the Airport Courthouse to recall a “No Bail” warrant and place his client on his “Own Recognizance” (O.R.) in a felony drug case where the defendant had been at warrant status for over one year.
Mr. Caplan convinced a judge in Torrance Courthouse to recall and quash a $26,000 bench warrant where the defendant hadfailed to appear in court and pay his fines. The court reinstated the defendant’s probation with no additional penalties after the defendant paid the original fines.
Mr. Caplan obtained a dismissal in the Metropolitan Courthouse in a “Driving on a Suspended License” and Failure to Appear case after filing a motion to dismiss. The original charge required a minimum of five days jail and a fine of over $700.
Mr. Caplan obtained dismissals for a client in Santa Clarita Courthouse of Possession of Marijuana and Failure to Appear charges, in exchange for a plea to an infraction charge with a nominal fine.
Mr. Caplan convinced a judge in Santa Clarita Courthouse to recall and quash a $26,000 bench warrant, as well as place the defendant on his “Own Recognizance” (O.R.). This was done without the defendant having to be in the court when the warrant was recalled.
Mr. Caplan convinced a judge in Santa Clarita Courthouse to recall a $30,000 bench warrant in a DUI case where the defendant had failed to appear for over three years. The court reinstated probation upon payment of the DUI fine, and added only a $15 additional charge for the bench warrant costs.
Mr. Caplan obtained a clerk’s dismissal in a traffic bench warrant matter in the Santa Clarita Courthouse. This warrant had prevented the defendant from obtaining a valid California Driver’s License for over 5 years.
Gregory Caplan convinced the judge and prosecutor in Burbank Criminal Courthouse to recall a $50,000 warrant and resolve the case for infractions and a fine.
Mr. Caplan helped a client resolve a petty theft warrant in Van Nuys Courthouse. The theft charge was dismissed and the client resolved the case for an infraction charge and a fine.
Client was charged with misdemeanor charge and a bench warrant in Burbank Court. Mr. Caplan appeared in court without the client having to be there, and resolved the case for an infraction and a fine.
Client was charged with Driving on a Suspended License in Metropolitan Courthouse with a bench warrant. Mr. Caplan quickly determined that there was an administrative error, and had the warrant removed and the case dismissed the next morning.
Client had two alcohol-related bench warrants, one in Glendale Court and the other in Burbank. Mr. Caplan coordinated the cases, without his client having to come to court, and resolved the matters with a civil assessment and no additional penalties.