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Rhonda Mae Hixon
- Criminal Law
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I have been involved in the criminal justice system for much of my adult life- as a Probation Officer, Deputy District Attorney, Judge Pro Tempore, and for the past 23 years as a committed fighter for the rights of the accused in Shasta County.
- Criminal Law
- Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Legal Services of Northern California
- Shasta County District Attorney
- Headed White Collar Crime/ Consumer Fraud Unit
- Deputy Probation Officer
- Los Angeles County Probation Department
- Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
- J.D. (1985) | Trial Advocacy
- California State University - Long Beach
- B.S. (1978) | Criminal Justice
- California State Bar  # 119870
- - Current
125 Questions Answered
- Q. what is the time frame an accuser can use in a crime? can a 30 day period be left open for one incident?
- A: All allegations made by an accuser within the Statute of Limitations for the crime or crimes alleged can be used to support a prosecution on those charges.
- Q. In California can I file a motion to dismiss for failure to bring to trial(statute of limitations) without being Booked?
- A: The Statute of Lim itations is a defense to the criminal prosecution, so you must have an active criminal prosecution against you to raise it.
- Q. Prison sentence 2yrs half time,with 10months credit,5 actual month in will you have 2months left to do or 7 months left,
- A: When calculating credits you want to subtract actual time in custody from the total sentence imposed, then apply the half-time credits to determine the out date. So, roughly two years is 730 days, minus the 150 (5mo in), or 580, which would be 290 at half-time, or about 9 months
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