Long Beach Courthouse DUI Results
The Long Beach Courthouse handles DUI matters arising in downtown Long Beach, San Pedro, sections of Wilmington, north Long Beach, along the 710 freeway and 405 freeways, Signal Hill and Belmont Shore.
Most misdemeanor DUI’s begin (and usually end) in Department 5 (Nicole Heeseman), 6 (John D. Lord), 7 (Lori R. Behar) or 8 (Halim Dhanidina). Most felony DUI’s begin in Department 1 with Judge Tomson T. Ong and then move to Department 17 with Judge Judith L. Meyer and then are assigned to a variety of courtrooms.
Most misdemeanor DUI’s in the Long Beach Courthouse are prosecuted by the Long Beach City Prosecutor’s office, although some are handled by the District Attorney’s office and some are handled by the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office.
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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.
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 the cases.
San Pedro, Second Time DUI, Client BAC 0.24% and Found with “Wax,” Concentrated Cannabis in Violation of Health & Safety Code § 11357(a), Case Resolved for Second Time DUI Minimums in Long Beach Superior Court
- Second DUI, with Hit and Run & Child Endangerment, San Pedro
- San Pedro, 2nd Time DUI, Crash with Motorcyclist, 0.19% BAC
- Long Beach, Military Diversion for a DUI and Dismissal