Stanley Dale Radtke

Stanley Dale Radtke

Attorney at Law
  • Appeals & Appellate, Immigration Law, Criminal Law ...
  • California
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Practice Areas
  • Appeals & Appellate
  • Immigration Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Social Security Disability
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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9th Circuit
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  • German: Spoken
Professional Experience
Of Counsel
Mira Law Group, APC
- Current
I work with the Mira Law Group handling a diverse portfolio of matter, including immigration, deportation, criminal defense, and personal injury cases.
Appointed Counsel
First District Appellate Project
- Current
Appointed to the FDAP panel for indigent criminal appeals before the First District Appellate Court.
Associate Attorney
Law Offices of Haitham Edward Ballout
Represent clients before EOIR Immigration Courts and handle immigration and deportation appeals before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and Petitions for Review before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Represent clients in Personal Injury Claims, Social Security Appeals, and Criminal matters.
University of San Francisco School of Law
J.D. | Juris Doctor
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Professional Associations
Bar Association of San Francisco
Volunteer Pro Bono Attorney in Immigration Court
Activities: Through the BASF, I volunteer in the San Francisco Immigration Courts as the pro bono attorney of the day to assist unrepresented Respondent's before the immigration court.
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Speaking Engagements
Legal Research in the Real World: Why is it so important? A Practitioner Panel , 2130 Fulton St., SF, CA
University of San Francisco School of Law
Legal Answers
46 Questions Answered

Q. Due to Covid the probation and courts have been closed. They reopened without my knowledge and I missed my court date.
A: You need to call the criminal clerk at the county court house and tell them what you just wrote. In most counties, the procedure is to file a single page form asking the court to recall the warrant, the clerk will place your matter on the court's docket. Go to court and when your case is called, explain what happened. The judge then will issue a ruling, either resetting your matter to another court date, or worst case, ordering you into custody. What will be the driver of this decision is your history, if you have several failures to appear on your record, or if the DA has filed new charges and the charges are serious. You should confer with your court appointed attorney to assist you in this process.
Q. I am getting social security disability monthly,do I have to let them know if I am collecting unemployment
A: If you are collecting both SSDI and unemployment insurance you could have a problem because you told Social Security, under penalty of perjury, that you were unable to work due to your disability. Then you told your state unemployment department, also under the penalty of perjury, that you were actively looking for work as a requirement for qualifying for the unemployment insurance. You see the problem there I hope.
Q. In a conspiracy case, is it true that a jury must state on the verdict form if an overt Act was committed?
A: The jury is not required to state on the verdict form whether an overt act was committed. This fact finding in implicit in a guilty verdict as the overt act is one of the required elements of the charged offense. Those elements would be contained within the CALCRIM instruction, you example number 415. To prove that (the/a) defendant is guilty of this crime, the People must prove that: 1. The defendant intended to agree and did agree with [one or more of] (the other defendant[s]/ [or] <insert name[s] or description[s] of coparticipant[s]>) to commit<insert alleged crime[s]>; 2. At the time of the agreement, the defendant and [one or more of]the other alleged member[s] of the conspiracy intended that one or more of them would commit <insert alleged crime[s]>; 3. (The/One of the) defendant[s][,] [or <insert name[s]or description[s] of coparticipant[s]>][,] [or (both/all) of them]committed [at least one of] the following alleged overt act[s] to accomplish <insert alleged crime[s]>:<insert the alleged overt acts>;AND 4. [At least one of these/This] overt act[s] was committed in California
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Contact & Map
Main Office
2450 Washington Ave.
Ste. 170
San Leandro, CA 94577
Telephone: (510) 863-8058
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