welfare and institution law, criminal,health and safety,constitutional; fist v mist commitment time. I have read Calif penal code that if the fist defendents
act was not part of the fist charge that the commitment time would be same as a mist. Please give me ca. statute and explain?
I want to thank you for your help, I did call one of the attorneys you listed. The criminal attorney did agree with you fist v mist commitment time and then a minute or later we talked about it again, and with him and his associate (civil) on line I was better able to explain the situation that this was not like a felony drunk hit and run, where the act is the felony, but where the act is not part of the Felony. In this case the act itself was a misdemeanor. the attorney hesitated. Hopefully we'll talk on monday. How would I be able to keep you informed of the outcome? Your statement 'phenomenally complicated' is very interesting.
Thanks for staying on board, I would surely like to keep you informed of the directions you suggested. For instance I've come upon "civil commintment in California": A defensive perspective on the operation of the Lanterman-
How do I reply to you once we are disconnected, To keep you aware of my successes from your answers? I've recently found " Civil commitment in California":A Defensive Perspective on the Operation of The Lanterman-Petris-Short Act, By Allan W. Tieger and Michael A. Kresser. Again, thanks. Spinel
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