Long Beach Courthouse Theft / Robbery Results
The Long Beach Courthouse handles theft / robbery matters arising in downtown Long Beach, San Pedro, sections of Wilmington, north Long Beach, Signal Hill and Belmont Shore.
The judges assigned to hear such matters are Judge Judith L. Meyer (Department 5), Judge Michele E. Flurer (Department 6), Judge J.D. Lord (Department 7) and Judge Halim Dhanidina (Department 8).
Felony theft / robbery matters start in Department 1 with Judge Laura Laesecke and proceed to preliminary hearing before Judge Jesse Rodriguez in Department 17.
If the case proceeds past the preliminary hearing, the matter will be assigned to one of about five judges.
Consequently, we emphasize that no two cases will necessarily resolve in a similar matter, not matter how seemingly identical the case facts are. 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 each case.
Client Receives Over $42K in Unemployment Disability Payments While Working for Six Months; Charged with Violation of Insurance Code § 2101 and Penal Code § 487(a); Long Beach, Case Resolved for Formal Probation and No Jail