If you are under investigation or accused of a crime in Pomona, California, you will need experienced criminal defense attorneys to protect your rights and freedom. Criminal and driving under the influence cases are handled by the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office and processed through the Pomona Courthouse.
Pomona is one of the large cities within LA County with a population of almost 153,000 people, located in the Pomona Valley near the Inland Empire. Local law enforcement is handled by the Pomona Police Department. Anyone arrested are typically transported to the Pomona Jail, located at 490 W. Mission Blvd, Pomona, CA 91766.
In order to get information about an inamte in Pomona city jail facility, you can call (909) 620-2131, or access online information from the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department inmate search.
Like most city jails, it's a temporary holding facility and inmates will remain incarcerated until they post bail, released on their own recognizance ("O.R." release), or transferred to another jail.
Seeking Best Possible Outcome on Your Case
Eisner Gorin LLP believes every defendant deserves a fair representation against the limitless resources of the prosecutor.
As criminal defense lawyers with a long track record of success defending clients against any type of misdemeanor and felony charges, we understand that anyone who is facing an arrest and subsequent prosecution will go through a wide range of emotions, including fear, anger, and frustration.
Our primary goal is to guide you through the Pomona criminal court process and obtain the best possible outcome on your case. In some cases, our law firm might seek a plea bargain resulting in a reduced charge or a lesser sentence, we are dedicated to pursuing a favorable resolution to your case.
The most favorable plea agreements are grounded on thorough investigations and aggressively defense strategies. We are skilled courtroom negotiators and understand how the prosecutor will attempt to build their case for a conviction.
Every case is unique and requires a different strategy based on the facts and circumstances of your case. Whether we decide to seek to suppress evidence through pre-trial motions, impeach false witness testimony, or discredit sloppy police work, our main goal is to obtain the best outcome.
In some cases, this could mean taking your case to trial. The types of Pomona Court criminal cases we handle include the following below.
Misdemeanor Cases in Pomona Court
In California, a crime is considered a misdemeanor if the longest period of incarceration is one year in county jail. In most cases, it would also include a substantial fine.
While a misdemeanor case is not as serious as a felony, a conviction will still result in a criminal record that could have a life-altering impact on your personal and professional life. The most common types of misdemeanor cases in the Pomona Courthouse include the following:
- DUI – Vehicle Code 23152(a) & 23152(b))
- Domestic Battery – Penal Code PC 243(e)(1)
- Petty Theft – Penal Code 484 & 488
- Receiving Stolen Property – Penal Code 496
- Solicitation of Prostitution – Penal Code 647(b)
- Reckless Driving – Penal Code 23103
- Assault and Battery – Penal Code 240 & 242
- Drug Possession – Health & Safety Code 11350
- Violation of a Protection Order – Penal Code 273.6
- Probation Violations – Penal Code 1203.3
Felony Cases in Pomona Court
A felony crime is the most serious criminal offense and will carry the harshest penalties, including time in a California state prison. While many felony offenses normal involve large-scale drug crimes, violent crimes, and sex crimes, they also include white collar fraud related crimes.
The specific legal penalties for a conviction will depend on the classification of the felony and the specific facts of your case. However, most felony cases will result in a minimum one-year sentence, but frequently much more. The most common types of felony cases in the Pomona Courthouse include the following:
- Assault with a Deadly Weapon - California Penal Code 245(a)(1)
- Aggravated Battery – Penal Code 243(d)
- Murder – Penal Code 187
- Burglary - Penal Code 459
- Robbery – Penal Code 211
- Manslaughter - Penal Code 192
- Rape – Penal Code 161
- Sexual Battery – Penal Code 243.4
- Child Pornography - Penal Code 311.11
- Grand Theft – Penal Code 487
Reviewing Your Case to Prepare Your Defense
In many cases in the Pomona Court, you might feel like you are at the mercy of the court. This is why you need an experienced Pomona criminal defense lawyer who knows how to deal with local prosecutors and judges, one who has been there before, and understands the process in the specific court handling your case.
The first step in your defense is a thorough review of your case in our office so we can discuss all the fine details of your situation and start preparing a strategy for the most favorable outcome.
After we decide a plan of attack, then our lawyers will get to work with the main goal of best possible outcome. We have a history of success with our pre-filing intervention in order to avoid the filing of formal charges.
Getting your case dismissed is possible, but it normally requires experience in the court and with the prosecutor assigned to your case. Prosecutors and judges in all Los Angeles County Courts typically respects, and willing to work with, a criminal defense lawyer who treats them professionally and comes to court prepared.
Understanding what can and can't be done in the Pomona Court is valuable for a defendant. In certain cases, we will conduct an independent investigation, use expert witnesses, and aggressively challenge the prosecutor's case at the preliminary hearing.
Yet in other cases when guilt is not in doubt, we can quickly negotiate a most favorable outcome available. We have had success in Pomona Court partly because we know the tendencies of a particular prosecutor or judge.
Contact Our Pomona Criminal Lawyers for Help
Our Law Firm is a member of “The Bar Registry of Preeminent Lawyers” and rated by Martindale-Hubbell with highest rating available, which is only given to less 5% of lawyers practicing law throughout the United States.
Contact us for a consultation with our experienced criminal lawyer. Call 877-781-1570. We have offices in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley.
Courthouse Information Pomona Courthouse 400 Civic Center Plaza Pomona, CA 91766 (909) 802-1100