August 18, 2008 By Wallin & Klarich

According to a recent press release, former Hells Angels leader George Christie Jr. pleaded guilty in Superior Court this week to misdemeanor being under the influence of a controlled substance and felony drug possession in Ventura, but will do no jail time.

As part of an agreement with authorities, Christie will participate in a drug treatment program. Proposition 36, approved by California voters in 2000, allows those convicted of some nonviolent drug offenses to receive probation in lieu of a prison sentence.

In return, defendants must participate and complete a certified drug treatment program.

When you are facing a serious criminal charge in you need the legal assistance from California criminal defense lawyers like Wallin and Klarich who has helped people accused of drug offenses for almost thirty years. With a strong criminal defense team working for you, you too may be able to avoid jail. Feel free to visit us at and call us at 888-749-0034. We will be there when you call.

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