The client was arrested for felony grand theft and told they may face additional charges. The client confessed to conduct fitting a grand theft charge. The client bailed out and was awaiting the court date set for the arraignment. Prior to that date, I was able to speak with the investigating detective and the prosecutor’s office, and present additional information. Ultimately, I was able to prevent any criminal charges from being filed.
I was hired by a client’s family to represent a client on one case involving residential burglary. The client had a recent prior strike for the same charge and the family had been informed that the offer was 17 years. After I took over the case, the family learned that he also had an open case for robbery. Both of those offenses are strike offenses in California and he already had one strike from within the last two years. I was able to negotiate an offer that involved pleading to zero strikes and reduced his custody time from 17 years to only two more years of custody time.
Two clients were facing charges for an issue with a former employer. The employer was seeking felony charges against them and damages in the tens of thousands of dollars. I represented both clients at a hearing with the district attorney’s office, the former employer, and the former employer’s attorney. Following this hearing, no charges were filed against my clients and the clients did not make any other settlements with their accuser,
A client was set for trial before hiring me on the eve of trial. He was facing three years in prison on one case only. I was able to negotiate an agreement with the judge over the prosecutor’s objection that resulted in less than a week of actual time in custody.
The client was arrested for drug sales and possession.
A client was charged in participating in an international drug trafficking organization with proceeds over $100,000. After being hired on the case, I was able to negotiate a far better offer with no jail time.
Client was charged with stabbing her boyfriend several times and faced multiple felonies with the possibility of 7 years in prison. After rejecting prosecution offers and setting the case for preliminary hearing, the case was dismissed.
Juvenile client was arrested for rape and sexual assault. After speaking with and providing additional information to the prosecutors, no charges were filed.
A Torrance criminal defendant was charged with a Torrance robbery case with a gang allegation in one incident. In a separate case, the client was charged with two Torrance residential burglary counts while out on bail for the first case. The client was facing three strikes and over 19 years in prison. After exhaustive negotiations and presentation of additional evidence, the client received an offer with no jail time and no strikes.
A Newport Beach criminal defendant was charged with public intoxication after entering another person’s car and vomiting inside.
A Los Angeles defendant was charged with two counts of robbery at a local restaurant.
A West Hollywood defendant was arrested for a Los Angeles criminal charge of felony assault with a deadly weapon set to be heard in the Airport Courthouse.
A Whittier defendant was arrested on child abuse and child endangerment felony charges set to be heard in the Downey Courthouse.
A Norwalk defendant was arrested on ten counts of grand theft criminal charges. The defendant fully confessed to all ten counts. The initial offer at the Norwalk Courthouse was state prison.
My client was charged with misdemeanor battery after an incident with a neighbor that was captured on video.
A Long Beach criminal client was arrested on felony grand theft charges. The client fully confessed to the charges when arrested by police. After extensive negotiation, I was able to reduce the charge to misdemeanor trespassing with zero jail time.
A Manhattan Beach criminal client was arrested for battery on a police officer and resisting arrest. The client was accused of spitting on a police officer. I met with the prosecutor’s office and successfully negotiated a dramatic reduction in charges.
An Airport Court criminal defendant was arrested for possession for sale of cocaine, possession for sale of controlled substances, and possession for sale of marijuana. The client was facing the possibility of three felonies, a prison sentence, and expulsion from his university. I was able to negotiate the dismissal of all felonies and a diversionary plea to a misdemeanor simple possession charge.