Long Beach Courthouse Domestic Violence Results

The Long Beach courthouse handles domestic violence matters arising in downtown Long Beach, San Pedro, sections of Wilmington, north Long Beach, Signal Hill and Belmont Shore.

Most misdemeanor domestic violence cases begin (and usually end) in Department 8. Most felony domestic violence’s begin with arraignment in Department J with Judge Otto and then move to Department 2 with Judge Meyer and then are assigned to a variety of courtrooms.

Consequently, in presenting the case summaries below, we ask that the reader appreciate that past results can mislead someone into expecting an identical or even better result in the future.

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For a sample of some of our better results from the Long Beach courthouse, click on the following case summaries for a detailed description of each case.

  1. Signal Hill, Client Allegedly Hits Girlfriend on Her Arm, Greg Hill Discusses Case with DA and He Rejects Case for Filing

  2. Long Beach, Wife Claims Our Client Hit Her, Dismissal of Domestic Violence Charges

  3. Long Beach, Felony Domestic Violence Arrest, No File

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Thank you so much for putting so much effort in this case. We really appreciate it and we are happy that all turned out well.
Greg Hill did an outstanding job on every level. He was efficient, thorough, knowledgeable, courteous, responsive & brilliant. He welcomed my input and my concerns. . . from the first conversation to the last - I always felt 'it mattered' to him. S.C., Rolling Hills Estates
Thanks again for your hard work. We want you to know that we are very appreciative of all that you have done [on our son's] behalf. With warmest regards, L.H., Torrance
Dear Greg, Thank you again for all your help. Your professionalism and thoroughness is greatly admired. I will definitely recommend you to my friends if they ever need legal help. V.L., Carson
Thanks for investing in my case. I talked to other attorneys out there and they had an arms-length of attitude, but not you. Your intensity and interest helped a lot. C.R., Pomona