Sun-Valley Crime

Crime, law and justice, and police blotter near Sun-Valley, CA or anywhere in the US.

Recent Crime News

  • Federal prosecutors to seek death penalty for accuse...

    Friday Jan 2 | via San Gabriel Valley Tribune 

    Federal prosecutors announced Friday they will seek the death penalty against a man accused of killing a Transportation Security Administration officer during a shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport. The decision was released in documents filed in U.S. District Court in downtown Los Angeles.


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  • Feds to Seek Death Penalty in LAX Shooting

    Friday Jan 2 | via 

    Federal prosecutors announced today they will seek the death penalty against a 24-year-old suspect accused in a deadly shooting spree at Los Angeles International Airport. Paul Anthony Ciancia allegedly stormed into Terminal 3 at LAX with an assault rifle on Nov. 1, 2013, killing Transportation Security Administration agent Gerardo Hernandez and wounding three others -- two other TSA workers and one traveler -- after "substantial planning and premeditation," according to a notice of intent to seek the death penalty filed today in Los Angeles federal court.


    Related Topix: Death Penalty, Sun-Valley, CA

  • Woman arrested for alleged drunk driving after crash...

    Dec 29, 2014 | via Burbank Leader 

    A 32-year-old driver was arrested early Christmas morning after allegedly crashing into a parked car while drunk, and later attempting to drive into the car owner who was taking photos of her, police said. Nora Casas, of Sun Valley, struck a parked vehicle around 3:30 a.m. while in the drive-through of Carl's Jr, located at 551 Hollywood Way in Burbank, according to Burbank Police Lt.


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Sun-Valley Law

I caught my Dui case about a year ago and haven't finished my community hours because of schooling and searching for a I would like to just pay the fine in default of the community labor
Assuming that would be an option, and that the court would allow such a conversion, it's $30 per day. So 11 days equals...
I was recently arrested in California for a DUI and I am moving back to Texas in a matter of two months. I blew a BAC of .14 but passed all the field sobriety tests and was only initially pulled over because my registration was out. I want to know if its suggested to get an attorney and if it is possible for the punishment( comm. service, DUI classes etc) to be completed in Texas. I am also applying for graduate programs soon and want to know if that will affect that, and if so should I look into having my record expunged? With me moving would I still be required to have the Ignition Interlock device placed in my vehicle??
Yes, it is highly suggested you obtain an attorney, especially if you are moving soon. You can use Avvo's Find a Lawyer...
I got probation for driving without a valid license. I never got a probation officer since it wasn't necessary. My probation was for 24 months which is supposed to end this month. Do I need to take any kind of paperwork to court or should just assume that they closed my probation? I want to mention that I didn't have any problems during my probation.
No. Congrats. You are done. You may, however, want to confirm that the court sees things the same way as you do by...
already been to court and got three months classes but if i stay incalifornia im homeless and the only shot i have for myself is a job in reno
It usually depends on the judge, but most judges don't have a problem converting the class to a different state. At...
I live out of state and need to find someone to deal with my dmv hearing and court case.
You need to search for a dui attorney that is local to the court where your case is located. If the attorney has...
I got stopped for tinted windows I had a beer and a half to drink I blew a 0.09 and had blood work and came back at 0.11 what are my chances of getting it down to wet and reckless or even dismiss?
You had a beer and a half and had .11 bloodwork? You do need a good lawyer if you want any shot at getting those...
I am from Tennessee. I was travelling through California and got a DUI, my first one here. I have 4 priors in Tennessee and the last one was a Felony. What is going to happen to me here? All of them within then years.
You are very likely facing felony charges in CA. CA can use out of state priors against you, however that does not...