10.0Jason Chase Beahm

California Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Law Firm

Each year, the attorneys at Beahm Law protect Hundreds of clients’ futures with expertise, passion and integrity.

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Areas Of Expertise


  • DUI with Injury
  • DUI with Prior Offenses
  • DUI with Accident
  • Felony DUI



  • Reckless Driving
  • Speeding over 100 MPH
  • Suspended License
  • Evading a Police Officer


Personal Injury

  • Car / Auto Accidents
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Scooter Accident
  • Lyft/Uber/Taxi Accidents



  • Expungements
  • Warrants
  • Drug Possession
  • Drug Trafficking


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Get Your Questions Answered

How long will this take?

Anywhere from 45 days to about a year. Average is about 4 months, but depends greatly on the jurisdiction.

What is an arraignment?

An arraignment is the beginning of the criminal procedure, after an arrest,that occurs in a courtroom in front of a judge or magistrate. The purpose is to provide the accused with a reading of the crime with which he or she has been charged. The accused is also given the option at the arraignment to either proceed with a speedy trial, or waive that right. In most cases, our clients choose to waive the speedy trial right, thought it is always decided on a case by case basis.

In practice, the arraignment and the reading of the charges are typically waived by the attorney and the arraignment is treated as more of a procedural matter.

Do I have to be at the arraignment?

For most traffic infractions and misdemeanors, we can appear on your behalf without you being present. Even if you are not required to be present, it is always important to be available by phone at the time of your hearing, in case we need to reach you. For felony cases, you must typically be present for all court dates.