Mark Reed Defendant Superior Court Records.pdf
MARK REED ARRESTED, CONVICTED, ON PROBATION FOR POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED DANGEROUS WEAPON
Currently represented by a Bar Panel attorney from the
Indigent Criminal Defense Appointments Program
Case No. 9SR00526
The People of the State of California vs. Mark Steven Reed, Sr.
Law enforcement Agency effecting arrest: LAPD – Foothill Area
Case filed on 01/29/09
Mark Reed charged with one count of possession of a concealed dangerous weapon [12020(A)(1)], on or about
Case called for arraignment on 01/29/09. Mark Reed not present. Represented by Deputy Public Defender Peggy
Case called for further proceedings on 08/26/09. Court orders complaint amended to add violation of 12020(A)(1) as
Case called for arraignment and plea on 08/27/09. Mark Reed pleads not guilty to both counts.
Case called for “traffic school completion” on 09/30/09. Mark Reed represented by Deputy Public Defender John H. Cho.
Case called for jury trial on 10/26/09. Public Defender’s Office declares a conflict; Alternate Public Defender’s Office is
Case called for pre‐trial hearing on 11/04/09. Public Defender declares conflict of interest. Court appoints Bar Panel
attorney Murray Berns from the ICDA (Indigent Criminal Defense Appointments) office of the Los Angeles Bar
Case called for jury trial on 03/23/10. Mark Reed testifies. Court orders the testimony of the arresting officers.
Case called for jury trial on 03/24/10. Mark Reed pleads Nolo Contendere to count 01. The court finds the defendant
guilty. Mark Reed pleads Nolo Contendere to count 02. The court finds the defendant guilty.
Mark Reed placed on probation for 36 months under the following terms and conditions: “serve 1 day in the Los Angeles
County Jail, less credit for 1 day”; court security assessment of $30.00; “criminal conviction assessment” of $30.00;
$2,297 in attorney fees; restitution fine of $100; total due, $2,457.00. In addition: “not own, use or possess any
dangerous or deadly weapons, including any firearms, knives or other concealable weapons”; “the weapon involved in
this case is ordered confiscated and destroyed by the arresting agency”; “defendant is ordered to pay a probation
revocation restitution fine” of $100.
Case called for further proceedings on 04/16/10. Defense attorney states that Mark Reed has found a gun dealer who
will buy his firearms and asks to have firearms released to defendant for purpose of transporting them to gun dealer.
Request is denied. Los Angeles Police Department will transport the firearms to the dealer. Court orders Mark Reed to
pay $2,297 in attorney fees by 04/19/11.
Case called on 04/16/10 for fines and fees. Mark Reed pays $245.