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Residential Burglary (Strike offense) - DISMISSED

Client was charged with residential burglary.  Client allegedly vandalized and broke into a person’s house during a drunken night and fled the scene once law enforcement arrived.  Client was in medical school at the time and at grave risk of getting suspended from school and losing a lifelong passion of pursuing a career as a physician.  After lengthy negotiations with the prosecution, case was dismissed with prejudice.  Client was able to stay enrolled in medical school and continues on the path of a successful career in the medical field.

Misdemeanor Domestic Violence – DISMISSED

Client was charged with spousal battery after the police were called for a domestic disturbance.  Client did not have any type of criminal history; client was at risk of losing security clearance from a profitable profession.  After extensive defense investigation, trial preparation, and negotiations with the prosecution, case was DISMISSED on the day of trial.

Misdemeanor Child Endangerment – DISMISSED

Client was charged with child endangerment.  School officials reported suspected child abuse on the alleged victim when they observed physical manifestations of abuse.  As mandatory reporters, school officials reported the suspected child abuse to law enforcement.  After thorough defense investigation and legal research, the court dismissed the case upon a successful motion filed on behalf of our client.

Felony Identity Theft- DISMISSED

Elderly client was charged with identity theft.  Prosecution was alleging that client stole others’ identities by fabricating the information on their driver’s licenses and using the information for fraudulent and theft-related purposes.  After careful and thorough defense investigation and case evaluation, it was discovered that the prosecution’s investigation made a significant error in establishing culpability on behalf of client.  Upon negotiations with the prosecution and showcasing the errors that were made, case was dismissed.

Felony Insurance Fraud and Probation Violation- Reinstated on probation after stayed prison sentence

Client was charged with felony insurance fraud.  Client was already on formal probation for a felony conviction; as a result of his previous felony conviction, there was prison time stayed if Client violated probation.  After extensive negotiations with the prosecution and presentation of a lengthy mitigation packet, case resolved for no prison time, no incarceration, and a reinstatement of his probation.


Client was accused of committing domestic violence against his girlfriend at home. Girlfriend told the police that Client strangled her and pushed her up against a wall. After defense investigation, negotiations, and multiple meetings with the prosecution, all domestic violence charges were dismissed.


Client was arrested for attempted murder against his girlfriend. Victim alleged that Client strangled her and tried to kill her. Victim sustained extensive injuries. Client maintained that he was acting in self-defense; client also sustained extensive injuries. Client had graduated from law school and he had endeavors to become a licensed attorney. Any type of felony record, let alone an assault or attempted murder charge, would ruin his chances of pursuing his law career. We conducted hours of defense investigation in preparation for Client’s case. After meeting with the prosecution and providing information concerning our defense investigation, all charges against Client were dismissed.

Domestic Violence Jury Trial - NOT GUILTY

Client is a Captain in the United States Marine Corps. He has served our country for 17 plus years. His wife claimed that Client brutally attacked her by allegedly throwing her down the stairs, kicking her multiple times in the stomach, hitting and slapping her, and choking her. Wife went to the hospital and reported the alleged abuse to the medical staff and to law enforcement. Client was subsequently arrested. With his career on the line, Client exercised his constitutional right to a jury trial in order to combat these false allegations. After multiple days of a strenuous jury trial, the jury voted NOT GUILTY on the more serious charge of inflicting corporal injury on a spouse. As for the lesser offense of spousal battery, the jury was hung 9-3 in favor of NOT GUILTY. As a result, the judge DISMISSED the lesser count. Client received an acquittal and he was able to continue his career aspirations of serving as a high ranking officer in the USMC.

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