Results

  • DUI breath test above a .15 reduced down to Negligent Driving – Through investigation, we discovered that the arresting officer violated my client’s constitutional rights and illegally obtained evidence against him. After filing a motion to suppress evidence, the prosecution agreed with the officer’s illegal actions and reduced the charge. A Negligent Driving resolution resulted in my client keeping his license and not going to jail.
  • No Jail Sanction On Probation Violation 
  • Felony Assault Reduced Down To Misdemeanor – We disputed several aspects of the State’s allegations that would have otherwise qualified it as a felony. In arguing the case, we were able to successfully negotiate the case down to a misdemeanor. This means that my client did not go to prison, did not lose his gun rights, and did not lose his voting rights.
  • Theft 3 Entered Into Diversion – My client had prior criminal history, which would ordinarily disqualify someone from entering diversion on a theft. However, we were able to review the details of her previous conviction, and relay the mitigating factors to the prosecuting attorney, who ultimately agreed that diversion was appropriate for this case.
  • Malicious Mischief Not Guilty Trial Verdict – We disputed the alleged victim’s version of events, and pointed out to the jury the police officer’s flimsy investigation prior to making the hasty decision to charge my client. The jury sided with us and acquitted my client.
  • DUI Amended To A Traffic Ticket 
  • DUI Amended To Reckless Driving – My client’s breath test came back well above the legal limit of .08. Nevertheless, we discovered the arresting officer had committed several violations of my client’s rights. The prosecutor amended the DUI to a reduced charge of Reckless Driving, resulting in no jail time.
  • Assault IV Not Guilty Trial Verdict 
  • Assault IV DV Dismissed – In a domestic violence charge, we disputed the alleged victim’s version of events. Upon further investigation, it was determined that the alleged victim made a false report against my client. The prosecution was forced to dismiss.
  • DUI Charge Dismissed
  • Malicious Mischief Charge Dismissed – This charge carried potential jail time, and a disqualification of my client’s occupational license. The prosecution dismissed the malicious mischief charge.
  • DUI Collision Amended Down To Negligent Driving – My client flipped his vehicle on the freeway and submitted to a breath sample above a .08. We disputed the results of the breath test and the prosecution agreed to amend the charge down to Negligent Driving. My client was saved from jail time.
  • Assault IV and Malicious Mischief Dismissed
  • Malicious Mischief Dismissed
  • Assault IV Domestic Violence Dismissed – My client was wrongfully accused of assaulting her husband during an argument. Through investigation, we determined that she was falsely accused. In preparing her case for trial, the prosecutor dismissed the charge.
  • Theft III Dismissed – During a dispute over a taxi cab fare, my client was charged with theft 3. In explaining the case to the prosecuting attorney, they agreed that criminal charges were not appropriate. Case dismissed.
  • DUI Amended to Negligent Driving – My client was charged with a DUI after crashing his car into a fire hydrant. We presented evidence disputing the DUI, and the prosecutor agreed to reduce the charge. My client’s driver’s license was saved and he did not go to jail. 
  • Reckless Driving Dismissed – My client was accused of recklessly driving his car down the road and ultimately crashing his car into another vehicle. Through investigation, we determined that the road conditions played a major factor into the collision. The charge was dismissed. 
  • Assault IV Domestic Violence Dismissed
  • Felony Assault II with Firearm Dismissed
  • DUI Reduced to Negligent Driving – My client was pulled over and arrested for a DUI. Her BAC was above a .08. In discovering mistakes that the officer made, we negotiated the case to a reduced charge of Negligent Driving. My client’s license was saved and she did not go to jail.
  • Hit & Run Dismissed