Case Results

  • Dismissed
    Church pastor prosecuted for hosting an outdoor worship and baptism service on the beach.

    In a first of its kind criminal prosecution in California, a Christian pastor was charged with a misdemeanor after hosting an outdoor worship and baptism service near the Huntington Beach pier. The service took place when indoor church services were shut down due to COVID-19 concerns. To address those concerns, the religious service was conducted on the beach with the baptisms taking place in the Pacific Ocean.

    The Huntington Beach Police Department issued the pastor a citation for hosting the event without a permit and ordered him to appear before the Orange County Superior Court for violating the Huntington Beach Municipal Code by holding a “large scale event.”

    After nearly 10 months of legal wrangling, the case was thrown out after we were able to convince the prosecutor that the religious service did not constitute a criminal offense, nor did the pastor violate the city’s code because his religious service did not meet the legal definition of a “Permit Required” event.

    (Click to read the Orange County Register and the Los Angeles Times articles about this case)

  • 180 days of Caltrans work. Avoided prison.
    DEA Intercepted Phone Calls Led To Arrest For Transportation of 5 Pounds of Meth

    Our client was arrested for transporting approximately 5 pounds of methamphetamine. As a result, she was facing up to 7 years in state prison. As we began the discovery process, we determined that our client’s telephone calls had been intercepted by Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Agents, who were operating one of the nation’s largest wiretap operations, secretly intercepting telephone calls and text messages from thousands of people – Initially the prosecutor insisted on sending our client to prison for a lengthy period of time. We were able to demonstrate that the wiretap warrant authorized by the judge to intercept our client’s telephone calls might be illegal. As a result, the prosecutor accepted the offer we presented for our client to serve 180 days of Caltrans work.

    (For a background story regarding the DEA’s wiretap operation, click here to read a USA Today news article)

  • Sentenced to 3 years and 1 month
    Federal Bank Burglary Worth as Much as $6 Million

    A group of individuals were accused of stealing approximately $6 million from Los Angeles-area banks. Law enforcement officials indicated that the group disabled the banks' alarm systems, sawed through reinforced concrete vaults and once inside, took the cash from the vaults and safe-deposit boxes. According to law enforcement, our client was also implicated in a burglary-ring 10 years ago that stole as much as $10 million in cash and jewelry from jewelry stores — Sentenced to 3 years and 1 month in federal prison. Avoided as much as 25 years of incarceration.

    (Click here and here to read news articles about the case.)

  • Misdemeanors Dismissed. Felony Reduced
    Felony Vandalism Involving "Hollywood Madam" Heidi Fleiss

    After a long term romantic relationship ended, our client was accused of felony vandalism and several misdemeanor offenses by her former lover, “Hollywood Madam” Heidi Fleiss — The misdemeanor charges were dismissed and the felony was reduced to misdemeanor vandalism.

    ( Click here to read news article about the case.)

  • Probation & House Arrest
    Office Manager Accused of Grand Theft and Embezzlement
    Office Manager Accused of Grand Theft and Embezzlement

    An office manager was accused of grand theft and embezzlement of approximately $55,000 from her employer. A subsequent background investigation revealed that the office manager was previously involved in a $3-million real-estate scam for which she was convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison — we were able to resolve the office manager’s new case for probation and house arrest.

  • Probation and house arrest. Avoided prison
    Book Author's Akita Dog Bit 3 Year Old Child, Causing Major Injuries

    Book author and former newspaper editor was charged with felony criminal negligence (Penal Code 399) after he took his large Akita dog to Lowe's where it bit a child on the face and neck, causing major injuries. The dog had a history of bitting and aggression towards children. Due to the nature of the injuries and the dog's history, the prosecutor insisted on a prison sentence — We were able to convince the Judge to impose a sentence of probation and house arrest.

    ( Click here to read news article about the case.)

  • Probation and One Year Custody. Avoided Prison.
    Bookkeeper Arrested for Theft of $330,000 From High School

    A longtime bookkeeper for a public high school was arrested for theft of $330,000 and then charged with seven felonies, including embezzlement by a public officer, grand theft, forgery, and money laundering. Because of the large dollar amount of the loss, the bookkeeper faced many years in prison after approximately two years of negotiations with the prosecutor’s office, we were able to resolve the bookkeeper’s case for probation and one year in custody.

    (Click here to read news article about the case)

  • Misdemeanor "Disturbance of the Peace"
    Off-Duty Police Captain Investigated For Threatening to Shoot Individual
    An off-duty federal police Captain who was in charge of approximately 300 Civilian and Military Police Officers, was investigated for pointing a loaded gun at an individual’s chest and threatening to shoot him. The Captain was intoxicated at the time — We were able to resolve the case for a misdemeanor “disturbance of the peace”.
  • Marijuana Charge Dismissed
    Trafficking 2000 lbs. (1 ton) of Marijuana and Child Endangerment

    Our client and her boyfriend were arrested for possessing approximately 2000 lbs. (1 ton) of marijuana with intent to sell and with child endangerment. The marijuana was packaged for transportation & distribution and was located at two different houses in the Temecula and Murrieta areas — After lengthy court proceedings, we were able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the charge of possession with intent to sell leveled against our client. Our client plead guilty to misdemeanor child endangerment and was placed on probation with work release.

  • Probation and Avoided Registration
    Young Adult Accused of Felony Sex Offenses

    An 18 year old was charged with several felony sex-related offenses including sexual intercourse with a 13 year old girl. If convicted of the felony offenses, the individual would have faced jail and registration as a sex offender for life — The individual was placed on probation and did not have to register as a sex-offender.

  • Rights Protected
    Off-Duty Sheriff's Deputy Arrested For Pointing His Gun At Two Individuals During Verbal Argument

    During a verbal argument with two individuals, an off-duty Sheriff’s Deputy pulled out his gun and pointed it at them in a threatening manner. Law enforcement was called and after their investigation, they determined that the Deputy was the aggressor and he did not act in self-defense. The Deputy was arrested and charged with assault with a gun in violation of Penal Code 245 and brandishing a firearm in violation of Penal Code 417 — we presented our own investigation to the prosecutor and as a result, the assault with a gun charge was dismissed. Nonetheless, with a conviction for brandishing a firearm, the Deputy would automatically lose his right to own any gun or other firearm for 10 years. With a lot of hard work, we were able to convince the prosecutor and the Judge that the Deputy satisfied all the requirements of Penal Code 29860. The Deputy is now permitted to own a firearm.

  • Reduced to Misdemeanor and Saved Career
    Off-Duty Sheriff's Deputy Charged with Felony Assault with Deadly Weapon

    An off-duty Sheriff's Deputy and his friends were charged with felony assault with a deadly weapon and felony false imprisonment stemming from a fight at the Colorado River. Any felony conviction would have ended the Deputy's long career in law enforcement — After investigating the incident we were able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss all felony counts. The Deputy plead guilty to misdemeanor offenses thus saving his job and career.

  • Reduced to "Disturbance of the Peace"
    Boyfriend Charged With Sex Offense Involving His Minor Girlfriend

    A boyfriend was charged with oral copulation involving his girlfriend who was a minor — reduced to "disturbance of the peace" and avoided mandatory registration as a sex offender.

  • Not Guilty
    Church Pastor Arrested for Demonstrating at DMV

    Pastor of a church in Hemet and an Elder were arrested for "gathering" and "demonstrating" without a permit at the Hemet Branch of the Department of Motor Vehicles — We convinced the judge to dismiss the case in the middle of the trial because the D.A.'s Office did not provide sufficient evidence that a crime was committed.

    ( Click here and here to read news articles about the case.)

  • Reduced Prison Time
    Possession of $500,000 In Cash With Intent To Purchase Cocaine

    Our client and others arranged the purchase of approximately $500,000 worth of cocaine from an individual. That individual was an undercover Department of Justice police officer. Our client was arrested and the cash was confiscated — Saved 8 years of state prison.

  • Probation and house arrest. Avoided prison.
    Possession of 640 lbs. of Marijuana with Intent to Sell
    During the raid of a house, law enforcement arrested 4 individuals. Our client was arrested for possessing approximately 640 lbs. of marijuana with intent to sell. After lengthy negotiations with the District Attorney’s office, our client was sentence to probation and 120 days of house arrest.
  • Reduced to Speeding Ticket
    Reckless Driving Resulting in Car Rollover

    Young adult was charged with reckless driving after the car he was allegedly racing crashed and rolled over— the reckless driving charge was reduced to speeding ticket.

  • All Felonies Dismissed
    Registered Nurse Arrested for 5 Felonies. Nurse Was Married To Captain in Armed Forces, Whose Security Clearance Was At Stake

    Registered Nurse was charged with 5 felony counts including obtaining prescription medication by fraud, burglary and identity theft. The Nurse was married to a Captain in one of the Armed Forces. Any felony conviction would have resulted in the loss of the Nurse's license and the Captain losing his security clearance, thus ending his career — All felony charges were dismissed and plead to one misdemeanor with probation and drug treatment.

  • Case Dismissed. Other Case Reduced.
    Registered Nurse Arrested Twice For Possession Of Cocaine With Intent To Sell
    Registered Nurse was arrested for possession of cocaine with intent to sell in violation of Health and Safety Code 11351. While out of jail and on bail, the Nurse was re-arrested for possessing approximately 2 pounds of marijuana with intent to sell in violation of Health and Safety Code 11359 — The marijuana case and the "out on bail allegation" were dismissed. That alone saved the Nurse from a substantial jail sentence. We then convinced the prosecutor to change the charge of cocaine possession for sell to a charge of transportation of cocaine for personal use. Instead of a prison sentence, the Nurse received probation and work release.
  • Avoided Substantial Prison Sentence
    Robbery of Fast-Food Restaurant & False Imprisonment

    A patron of a fast-food restaurant and the restaurant manager faked a robbery where several thousand dollars were taken. The other employee did not know that the robbery was staged. The patron was eventually arrested and charged with robbery and false imprisonment — Probation and jail term. Avoided substantial state prison sentence.

  • Resentenced Under New Law and Released
    Sentenced to 30 Years-to-Life for Possession With Intent to Sell

    In 1995 an individual was convicted of possession of meth with intent to sell in violation of H.S. 11378. Because of his lengthy record, the judge sentenced him to serve 30 years-to-life in prison. His family contacted our office to review his case and determine if he qualified for re-sentencing and release from custody under a then-newly passed Proposition 36. With the use of a Private Investigator and Forensic Psychologist, we were successful in convincing a judge to release him.

    (Click here to read the Court's minutes)

  • Reduced to Misdemeanor
    Store Owner Charged With Felony Assault Resulting in Bodily Injury After Fighting With Thief

    The owner of a Mini Market Store fought with a juvenile who stole from the store. The owner was older and physically bigger. As a result, the juvenile suffered a broken nose and chipped teeth. The owner was subsequently charged with felony assault resulting in great bodily injury — the prosecutor argued for felony conviction and jail-time. We employed a Private Investigator who obtained statements from witnesses who contradicted much of the juvenile’s story. We were then able to convince the judge to reduce the felony to a misdemeanor and avoid any jail-time.

  • Reduced to Misdemeanor
    Teacher Charged with Felony Welfare Fraud & Perjury

    Teacher charged with felony welfare fraud and felony perjury. If convicted of either felony offense, the teacher would have lost teaching credentials — Felony welfare fraud reduced to misdemeanor and perjury dismissed. The teacher was placed on summary probation with no jail time and ordered to pay back the funds to DPSS.

  • Fraud Reduced to Misdemeanor & Perjury Dismissed
    Felony Welfare Fraud & Perjury

    Single mother was charged with felony welfare fraud and perjury — Fraud was reduced to misdemeanor and perjury was dismissed. Individual received probation and a fine.

  • Charges Not Filed By Prosecutor
    Firefighter Arrested for Child Endangerment and Child Molest

    While off-duty, a firefighter/paramedic was arrested for child endangerment and child molest in violation of Penal Code sections 273a(b) and 647.6(a). The arrest resulted from an incident that took place at the swimming pool in the apartment complex where the firefighter/paramedic was living — Based on the specific details of the case, we were able to convince the District Attorney’s Office to reject filing criminal charges.

  • No Charges Filed
    Fireman Arrested for Domestic Violence

    A veteran fireman was arrested for domestic violence — we convinced the prosecutor to not file charges, thus saving the fireman's career.

  • No Charges Filed
    Foreign Tourist Arrested for Domestic Violence

    A foreign national who was vacationing in the US was arrested for domestic violence in Temecula's wine country — before the initial court hearing, we were able to convince the District Attorney's Office to reject filing criminal charges.

  • Avoided life-time registration as Sex Offender.
    High School Teacher Accused of Sexting With Student

    A female high school teacher was accused of exchanging more than 800 sexual text messages with a male student. After the messages were discovered, the teacher was arrested and charged with “contacting a minor with intent to commit a felony” in violation of Penal Code 288.3. Being convicted of that offense, requires life-time registration as a sex offender — With the aid of a Forensic Psychologist, we were able to convince the prosecutor to change the offense to another which does not require registration. We were also able to obtain a sentence of house-arrest instead of jail time.

    (Click here to read news article about the case.)

  • Offense Reduced and Avoided Registration
    High-School Basketball Coach Accused of Sex Offense

    A high-school basketball coach was accused of sending lewd text messages to an underage female student in violation of Penal Code section 647.6. If convicted, the coach would have had to register as a sex-offender for the rest of his life — The offense was reduced to one that does not require him to register.

  • Reduced Sentence
    Lt. Commander Charged in Federal Case for Felony Receipt of Child Pornography

    A retired Lieutenant Commander was charged in Federal Court with felony receipt of hundreds of child pornography images. The statutory sentence carried a minimum of 5 years to a maximum of 20 years of incarceration — The judge sentenced our client to 2 years despite the Government's objection. The sentence caused the U.S. Attorney's Office to appeal. 

  • Reduced to Misdemeanor and Career was Saved
    Marine Sergeant Arrested for Felony Domestic Violence

    Sergeant in the Marines arrested for felony domestic violence. Felony conviction would have ended long military career — felony was reduced to misdemeanor "interference with telephone line" in violation of Penal Code 591. As a result, military career was saved.

  • Reduced to Wet-Reckless
    Marine Sergeant charged with DUI

    Marine Sergeant charged with DUI. Blood alcohol content of 0.18%. DUI conviction would have ended long career. — reduced to wet-reckless and saved career.

  • Dismissed
    Military Wife Charged with Domestic Violence

    Military wife was charged with domestic violence as a misdemeanor. If convicted, she would have been ineligible to relocate out of the country with her husband — the misdemeanor was dismissed and she plead guilty to "disturbance of the peace" as an infraction.

  • Trial Resulted in Hung-Jury and Later Dismissed.
    Off-Duty CHP Officer Arrested For Lewd Act & Sexual Battery On Teenage Neighbor

    While off-duty, a CHP officer was accused of committing a lewd act and sexual battery on his teenage neighbor — The case was taken to jury trial which resulted in a hung-jury. Eventually the case was dismissed by the prosecutor.

  • Reduced to Misdemeanor
    Felony Commercial Bribery at Casino

    Manager at a major California casino was arrested for felony commercial bribery in violation of California Penal Code 641.3. Felony conviction would have prevented any future employment in the gambling industry — Reduced to misdemeanor accessory to a crime.

  • House Arrest - Avoided Prison
    Felony corporal injury on a spouse and felony negligent discharge of a firearm

    An off-duty Sheriff’s Deputy became the subject of a lengthy criminal investigation after he was accused of several domestic violence incidents and shooting a gun inside his house during one of those incidents. At the end of the criminal investigation, we were told that the Sheriff’s Deputy was going to be arrested. We then negotiated with the Detectives and obtained permission to surrender our client at the police station, thus, sparing him the embarrassment of being handcuffed in front of his neighbors or co-workers. The Sheriff’s Deputy was charged with felony corporal injury on a spouse and felony negligent discharge of a firearm in violation of California Penal Code sections 273.5 and 246.3 — the prosecutor sought prison time. We then presented our own investigation which ultimately resulted in our client remaining out of custody and to serving his sentence on house arrest.

  • Dismissed
    Felony Domestic Violence by Member of Armed Forces

    Husband who was enlisted in one of the Armed Forces was arrested and charged with felony domestic violence — Case was dismissed after we presented solid evidence that the wife had a history of such false accusations.

  • Probation & House Arrest. Avoided Prison.
    Felony DUI Accident That Resulted in Injuries

    A young adult drove her friends home after all had been drinking at a party. While speeding on a winding road, she lost control of her car and crashed. Her passengers suffered serious injuries and she was charged with felony DUI with accident that caused great bodily injury — Probation and work release after minimal custody time. Avoided substantial prison time.

  • Avoided Prison Sentence
    Felony DUI and Accident Resulting in Injuries

    A 19 year-old drove his truck while under the influence of alcohol and crashed it into a car. The driver of the car was injured and had to have surgery on his shoulder. The 19 year-old was charged with felony DUI causing great bodily injury in violation of VC 23153 and PC 12022.7 — Based on the circumstances of the accident and the 19 year-olds' background, we were able to obtain a sentence of formal probation and the sheriff's labor program, avoiding a substantial prison sentence.

  • Reduced to Misdemeanor and Avoided Prison
    Felony Hit and Run After Major Accident

    The driver of a pick-up truck was accused of fleeing the scene of a major accident after his trailer detached from the truck and hit a car traveling in the opposite direction. The driver was charged with felony hit-and-run — Prosecutor insisted on a felony conviction and prison time. After the jury was selected, the prosecutor agreed to reduce the felony to a misdemeanor with probation and community service.

  • Avoided Several Years of Prison
    Felony Possession with Intent to Sell While on Probation

    Felony possession of meth with intent to sell. Individual had a prior felony conviction for the same offense and was on probation at the time of the arrest — probation and county jail. Avoided lengthy prison sentence.

  • Charge was Reduced and Avoided Registration
    Felony Sex Offense

    Felony sexual penetration with a foreign object of a person under the age of 18 years — reduced to unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor. The sentence involved probation and work release. Avoided prison sentence and registration as a sex offender.

  • Case Dismissed
    Domestic Violence on Military Base

    Our client was charged in Federal Court for committing domestic violence against her husband on a military base. Her husband was employed as a civilian administrator at a GS-12 grade. If convicted, our client would have been precluded from being employed as a white collar professional. - Case Dismissed.

  • Avoided License Suspension
    DPSS Revocation of License

    Department of Social Services (DPSS) sought to permanently revoke a day-care provider's license after a child was severely bitten by a family dog. After evidence was provided and witnesses testified at the hearing, the judge agreed that the provider's license should not be suspended. The judge recommended to DPSS that the provider be placed on probation.

    (Click here to read the whole case and judge's decision)

  • Charges Not Filed by Prosecutor
    DUI (Marijuana & Alcohol)

    Individual was arrested for driving under the influence of marijuana and alcohol (DUI) — Criminal charges not filed by the District Attorney's Office.

  • Substantial Reduction of Restitution
    DUI with Severe Injuries - $1.6 Million in Damages

    As a result of DUI and accident which caused severe injuries to 3 individuals, the prosecutor demanded approximately $1,600,000 in victim restitution. The amount demanded would have left the client destitute — After negotiations, we were able to reduce the restitution Court Order to approximately $420,000, thus saving the client a substantial amount of money. 

  • Probation & House Arrest
    Embezzlement of $212,000 by Treasurer

    Former Treasurer of a high-school student club was accused of grand theft and embezzlement of more than $212,000 over a period of several years — With the goal of avoiding a lengthy prison sentence, we were able to work with the high school and the District Attorney's Office on a realistic payment plan. In turn, the judge agreed to sentence the Treasurer to probation and home confinement. 

    ( Click here to read news article about the case.)

  • Dismissed
    Embezzlement of $250,000 by Bookkeeper

    Bookkeeper at a medical supply business was arrested and charged with grand-theft and embezzlement of approximately $250,000. As a result, she was facing a substantial jail sentence — The case was dismissed when the accusations turned out to be a cover-up by the company's Directors for their multi-million dollar scam.

    (Click here to read a troubling news article about the medical supply business)

  • Dismissed
    Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Charged With 12 Counts Of Fraudulent Use of Employer Credit Card

    An Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) was terminated from his employment and then charged with 12 criminal counts of fraudulently using his employers’ credit card for the purpose of buying various personal items — we convinced the prosecutor to allow the EMT to complete Riverside County’s Deferred Entry of Judgement (DEJ) Program. The entire case was subsequently dismissed.

  • DA's Office Ordered to Return Money to Victims
    $360,000 in Asset Forfeiture From Burglary

    The District Attorney's Office seized approximately $360,000 in cash, cars and motorcycles from a group of individuals believed to be involved in sophisticated roof-top burglaries of jewelry stores. The property was sought for asset forfeiture. The DA's Office wanted to keep the money for itself – The judge ordered that part of the money be returned for victim restitution.

    ( Click here to read news article about the case.)

  • Case dismissed
    10 Days of Round-the-Clock Surveillance Of Client's House Ended With SWAT Team Entering To Search For Illegal Guns
    During early morning hours, the Sheriff Department’s SWAT team executed a search warrant at our client’s home looking for illegal guns, rifles, ammunition and gang-related paraphernalia. The client’s entire family was woken-up at gun point and detained for several hours while their house was searched. The search warrant was based on information that was obtained during someone else’s arrest 2 weeks prior and then followed-up with round-the-clock surveillance of our client’s house for 10 days — we reviewed the search warrant and concluded that it lacked probable cause to connect our client’s home to any illegal activity. We then challenged the search warrant in court on the basis that the warrant was issued in violation of the 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The DA’s Office fought to save the warrant. The judge who heard the evidence agreed with us, stating that the warrant was “woefully inadequate” and that the SWAT team should have known better than to rely on the inadequate warrant to search our client’s home. The entire case against our client was dismissed.
  • Avoided Lengthy Jail Sentence
    3rd DUI While on Probation for 2nd DUI
    Individual was arrested for his 3 rd DUI while still serving his probation for his 2 nd DUI. The BAC was more than twice the legal limit — We were able to obtain a sentence of probation and house arrest, thus avoiding a lengthy jail sentence.
  • Reduced to Infraction and Misdemeanor
    4 Felony Insurance Fraud Charges

    Husband and wife were charged with 4 felony counts of insurance fraud after they falsely reported their car stolen and filed a claim with their insurance company. Both were facing substantial jail time. In addition, if convicted of any felony, the husband would have lost his security clearance issued by the TSA and in turn, his job — All felony counts were dismissed. The husband plead guilty to an infraction charge and the wife to a misdemeanor. Both received a small fine and no jail.

  • Felonies Dismissed. Convicted of 1 Misdemeanor.
    4 Felony Welfare Fraud Charges

    Individual was charged with 4 felonies relating to welfare fraud — 3 of the felonies were dismissed and the 4th was reduced to a misdemeanor. Individual was placed on probation, had to pay a fine and required to complete several days of work release.

  • In-custody rehab. Avoided years of prison time.
    4th-time DUI While On Probation for 2nd and 3rd-time DUI

    Individual was arrested for his 4th-time DUI (felony DUI) after crashing his car into a light pole. His blood-alcohol-level was determined to be more than 3-times the legal limit. It was later discovered that he was still on probation for his 2nd and 3rd-time DUI — We were able to convince the judge and the prosecutor to allow the individual to serve his sentence in an in-custody rehab facility, thus avoiding a substantial prison sentence.

  • Criminal Charges Not Filed
    500 Marijuana Plants And 100 lbs. Of Marijuana With Intent to Sell

    Possession of more than 100 lbs. of marijuana with intent to sell and cultivation of more than 500 marijuana plants — Criminal charges not filed by the District Attorney's Office.

  • Dismissed
    Armed With Firearm While In Possession of 160 lbs. of Marijuana

    During a raid of a drug trafficking group, law enforcement searched several houses and arrested 6 individuals. Our client was arrested for being armed with a firearm while possessing approximately 160 lbs. of marijuana with intent to sell. After thoroughly investigating the case, we were able to point-out to the prosecutor major legal improprieties — Case dismissed.

    (Click here to read news article about the case)

  • No Charges Filed
    Arrest for Threats to Blow-up Police Station

    A former civil engineer was arrested for, among other things, calling the police and threatening to blow-up the police station — before the first court hearing, we were able to convince the prosecutor to reject filing criminal charges.

  • Avoided lengthy prison sentence
    Auto Theft Ring Caught By "Sting Operation"

    Following a 9-month long “sting operation” conducted by the CHP, our client and others were arrested for numerous car thefts and with helping the theft-ring in their operation. The evidence was overwhelming and the entire “sting operation” was captured on audio and video. Our client was facing a substantial prison sentence — Based on the specific circumstance of our clients’ background, we were able to negotiate a sentence that involved probation and house arrest.

  • Reduced to Misdemeanor Battery; Avoided Prison
    Bar Fight Resulted In Felony Assault Causing Great Bodily Injury

    As a result of a bar fight, our client was arrested and charged with felony assault which caused great bodily injury. The injured person spent nearly 2 weeks in the hospital— The charge was reduced to a misdemeanor battery and our client was sentenced to probation with several days of house arrest. The prosecutor originally insisted on a sentence that involved several years of state prison, due to the serious nature of the injuries sustained.