Fullerton Courthouse – Felony Reduction & Termination of Probation

Client was previously represented by an attorney who suggested that he plead guilty to felony sales of marijuana, when the client only had 1 gram of marijuana on his person. The client was convicted of a felony, required to register as a narcotics offender, and three years of formal probation. The client retained Andrew Delahunt after 18 brutal months of formal probation. Mr. Delahunt filed a motion to terminate probation early and expunge the case. The District Attorney’s Office vehemently opposed the motion. Mr. Delahunt asked for a judge’s chambers conference so he could explain the repercussions of the conviction and how it negatively affected his immigration status and status as a college student. Over the District Attorney’s Objection, the judge terminated probation early and expunged the client’s record.




When I got charged with a felony, I was worried that my life would never be the same. Mr. Andrew Delahunt’s expertise and professionalism helped get my life back on track. During the consultation, all my stress felt at ease after Mr....

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San Fernando Courthouse – Manufacturing Oil & Sales of Prescription Drug

Client was charged with Health & Safety Code §11358 (cultivation of marijuana), §11359 (sales of marijuana), §11379.6(a) (manufacturing of butane honey-oil), and §11351 (sales of a controlled substance). Client was facing several...

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