Torrance Courthouse – Petty Theft and Recalled Warrant

Client hired another office back in 2013. According to the client, the client was told that the case has been handled and there is nothing she needs to worry about. Three years later the client applies to become a United States Citizen and as her application was processing her immigration attorney told her she had a warrant for her arrest and her bail was $95,000.00. The client hired Mr. Delahunt and within 2 days Mr. Delahunt recalled the warrant without the client posting bail or being present. Mr. Delahunt then fought the case and rejected several offers from the prosecution based on the fact that the offers carried severe immigration consequences. Eventually, on the eve of trial the prosecutors made and offer that only required a small fine and did not carry immigration consequences.




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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