At our law firm, we strive to provide the best information to you while pursuing your criminal defense case. Whether you are charged with a crime, or simply want information on Los Angeles criminal court process, we are here to help.
You will find important information dealing with the early stages of the Los Angeles criminal court process; the pretrial process; jury trials; and proceedings following a guilty plea or guilty verdict, in the articles below.
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- Preliminary Hearing
- Jury Trial
- Cross Examination
- Your Legal Rights
- Aiding & Abetting
Below you will find some useful information for anyone charged with a criminal offense. Over our decades of practice in criminal law, we are well-versed in all the rules and regulations. We have a long history of successful case results and always work aggressively to obtain the best possible outcome for our clients.
Visiting an Inmate at the Los Angeles County Jails
Most inmates are entitled to visitation, but there are some restrictions. Inmates can receive visitors for up to one hour, but visits must be scheduled in advance. If you are on probation, parole, or convicted of a felony crime and not obtained permission from the jail, a pre-approval has to be completed before your scheduled visit.
You can obtain permission by completing a permission form and giving it to the legal unit. Minors who want to visit inmates must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. You need to check in early at the facility and provide valid identification. You are not allowed to have a cell phone in the visitation area.