About the Glendale Courthouse
The Glendale Courthouse is located at 600 East Broadway, Glendale, CA 91206. There are 7 courtrooms in the Glendale Courthouse. The Glendale Courthouse hears misdemeanor and felony cases prosecuted by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and the Glendale City Attorney’s Office. Traffic tickets from the surrounding cities and civil cases are also heard at the Glendale courthouse.
Do You Have a Criminal Case Against You in the Glendale Courthouse?
If you have received a notice to appear or have a warrant for your arrest in the Glendale Courthouse of Los Angeles County you need an experienced criminal defense attorney to defend you.
Glendale Criminal Defense Attorney Jennifer Monroe has defended clients charged with criminal misdemeanor and felony cases throughout Los Angeles. She will meet with you to discuss the case against you, your defenses, your background, and how she can help you get the results you are looking for in your Glendale Criminal case. Below are just a few examples of how Jennifer Monroe has helped her clients facing criminal charges in the Glendale Courthouse get their cases dismissed and reduced.
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE/DUI/DWI California Vehicle Code 23152 vc
Glendale: CASE REDUCED!
Client was facing a five year old DUI case where he was out to warrant the entire time. His breath was .09/.10 and the initially offer was a standard first time offense. The assigned prosecutor did not want to budge on the initial offer. Jennifer Monroe went to the prosecutor’s supervisor and convinced him to reduce the charge to a Wet Reckless and dismiss the failure to appear. The client paid a reduced fine and stayed out of jail.
Beverly Hills/Glendale: PRIOR CONVICTION STRICKEN AS UNCONSTITIONAL, SECOND OFFENSE PENALTIES AVOIDED, AND NO PROBATION VIOLATION
Client was charged with two DUI’s, one in Glendale and one in Beverly Hills. Client initially hired a law firm that wasn’t run by a real lawyer and used appearance attorneys to represent the clients in court. The client had no idea he didn’t hire a real lawyer and was talked into pleading on the Glendale case by an appearance attorney. He was later informed by the law firm that they went back in and got the Glendale and Beverly Hills cases dismissed.
A couple of years went by and the client was arrested on bench warrants for these cases when he got locked out of his car and police stopped to help him. He then found out that his DUI cases were never dismissed, he was in violation of probation in Glendale, and the Beverly Hills court was now pursuing a second offense DUI against him with enhanced penalties. The Client then hired Beverly Hills Criminal Defense Attorney Jennifer Monroe who successfully ran a motion to strike the Glendale DUI prior conviction as unconstitutional in the Beverly Hills case. Jennifer Monroe convinced the Beverly Hills court that even though an appearance attorney was present when he plead to the Glendale DUI, the client was still denied his right to be represented by counsel because he was fooled by the non-lawyer and his appearance attorneys. Winning the motion to strike allowed the client to avoid the enhanced second offense penalties in the Beverly Hills DUI case and Jennifer Monroe further negotiated no penalty for the probation violation in Glendale DUI case.
See Results for examples of how Jennifer Monroe has helped defend her clients throughout Los Angeles.
Los Angeles and Ventura County Assault and Battery Defense Attorney
Call Jennifer Monroe directly at (805) 501-1880 for immediate assistance with your assault and battery case.