Arrested At The Long Beach Airport?

Millions of folks travel every year from the airport in Long Beach California.  For most the experience is pleasant, however, there are a large number of people who find themselves charged with various criminal offenses due to the actions of the airport police.  The crimes range anywhere from possession of small amounts of drugs found in carry on luggage to the discovery of weapons such as knives, brass knuckles, ammunition, or firearms inadvertently left in hand bags and suitcases which are checked by TSA employees and airport security.

These criminal offenses are typically filed in the Long Beach Superior Court and often are set out for a future appearance, unfortunately, for many that live outside the area are difficult to handle.  Having a local criminal defense attorney step in and represent the defendant seems to be the most logical solution.  Attorney Matthew Ruff has defended countless clients charged with various misdemeanors and felonies stemming from the airport.  In one recent case, he represented a client traveling through the area who had a small amount of marijuana in his suitcase.  The security personnel treated it as a “federal offense” and arrested him, giving him a Court date for the violation.  The lawyer was able to get involved early enough and resolve the case without any appearance by the client, who lived in another state.  In another case, Matthew defended a client charged with having shot-gun shells in his luggage from a recent hunting trip.  The attorney went to Court on behalf of the accused and got all charges dismissed.

Another frequent scenario at the Airport in Long Beach is a pubic intoxication detention.  Many travelers imbibe way too much alcohol and try to board a plane.  The airlines have strict rules against having drunk passengers on flights, therefore they will eject the person who very likely will be cited by law enforcement for PC647f.  These charges can be dropped if a lawyer gets involved early on to intervene and advocate on behalf of the accused.

Also, it is not at all uncommon to see someone arrested at the Long Beach airport due to a bench warrant or other type of criminal arrest warrant, usually due to some failure to appear or outstanding case that was not attended to.  Here, again, a lawyer can go to Court for you and smooth things out on the warrant.  The pesron will be detained and given a summons to show up at a later date to resolve the case.

If you or someone you know has been arrested and charged with a crime which occurred at the Long Beach Airport, contact Mr. Ruff for a free consultation.  He can usually negotiate a resolution of all charges.  He can be reached toll-free at 1-877-212-2090 and is available to be retained over the internet.

One Response to Arrested At The Long Beach Airport?

  1. Gerry Walsh Hartles says:

    How to: Find a name and a place in a sentence. EX. The horse was ridden very hard down the river road and across Brevard Ave. The place would be denver (ridDEN VERy) and the name would be dave (BrevarD AVE.)

    Here is a paragraph, try to find places and names! (BTW i got this from prior hw assignment. I already did it and solved it, I AM NOT USING THIS TO CHEAT!)

    Four of the FI’s top-ten wanted criminals were being extradited today from their various hideouts to face charges here in their hometown. The clever sting operation which brought all four to Washington’s Dulles airport within a four-hour period was initiated from ex-iconoscope operator Ted Mack, who observed one of the suspects trying to trade his pet cockatoo for land or a free lift ticket.
    Fancy hats in a color adored by the second suspect, whose obsession is covering up his baldness caused him to be trappes at a Florida beach-hut haberdashery.
    A third fugitive, a former country singer, fell prey to the schemes of a female double agent- very chic, a gourmet dinner…
    The fourth man, known to have poor eyesight, had a minor accident on the plane which damaged his glasses; he literally fell into the hands of agents as he came through customs.
    The successful search yesterday left the nefarious four few alternatives but to submit to arrest. They will appear in court on Tuesday.

    This is of course fake and for fun! I want to see what you can come up with!

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