Case Resolved Before Trial: Count 1) Penal Code § 484(a) and 490.2 (Petty Theft), Count 2) Penal Code § 484(a) and 490.2 (Petty Theft), Count 3) Penal Code § 242/243(a) (Battery), Count 4) Penal Code § 148(a)(1) (Resisting Arrest), and Count 5) Penal Code 148.9(a) (Giving False Information To A Police Officer)

A difficult case. Client wants to attend law school and become a lawyer but allegedly committed petty theft at numerous stores, fled from the police when they tried to apprehend her, committed battery against a store clerk, and also allegedly gave a false name to a police officer. Lengthy negotiating with the District Attorney resulted in a plea to count 1 only. All other counts were dismissed and client has a chance of applying to law school and then maybe getting into the Bar. A plea to any other count would have made her application to the Bar even more difficult. Now she at least has a chance to join a profession that she wants to be in. Expungement after successful completion of her probation will also be available.

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