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  • People v. J.G.

    DUI

    Client was charged with driving under the influence of a drug after being in a solo accident with a parked vehicle. Client admitted to drinking alcohol, smoking marijuana, and ingesting Xanax. After careful consideration of FST's, along with examination of the quantitative blood sample, client plead to a wet-reckless, no license suspens
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  • People v. H.M.

    Drug Crimes

    Client was caught with 22 points of Marijuana at the airport. We were able to secure a deal that includes doing 60 days of community labor, and if completed within 1 year, no felony on the record. No jail or fines as well.
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  • People v. K. H.

    DUI

    Client was charged with a DUI, Our client's field sobriety test were unsatisfactory but we were able to show that his physical condition was not suitable for FST'S and with his blood alcohol level being a .10, we were able to reduce the charge to a wet reckless.
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  • People (Attorney General) v. M.J.C.

    Violent Crimes

    Our client was charged with Elder Abuse. After repeated attempts the Attorney General refused to dismiss the case against all 3 defendants (other defendants were represented by private counsel as well). The case proceeded to a Preliminary Hearing. After the Attorney General put on their case, we proceeded with an affirmative defense. The Judge dismissed the case against all 3 defendants. We have advised them to pursue Federal Civil Rights claims.
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  • People v. G.C.

    Violent Crimes

    Client was charged with domestic violence. Charge was reduced to a disturbing the peace with simple conditions.
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  • People v. R.L.

    DUI

    Client was charged with a DUI after being found behind the wheel of his vehicle sleeping on the freeway for sometime. His FST's could be considered unsatisfactory and his BAC was a .11. We were able to reduce the charge to a wet reckless, saving the client his position as a driver.
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  • People v. R.M.

    DUI

    Client was charged with driving under the influence of two separate narcotics. Client was seen sleeping behind the wheel with the vehicle in Drive while at a red light. Tested positive for Marijuana and Xanax. After careful discussion with the prosecutor, we reached an agreement to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving, resulting in no license suspension from the court. Client was additionally charged with driving on suspended license which was dismissed. Client was able to obtain his license.
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  • People v. J.T.

    DUI

    Client was charged with DUI for a BAC of .10% We were able to secure a wet-reckless with minimal fines. This saved the client from having to install an interlock ignition device in his vehicle.
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  • People v. S.R.

    Theft Crimes

    Client was charged with petty theft. Upon completion of a theft course, case was dismissed without any additional fines or any community labor.
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  • People v. F.S.

    DUI

    Client was charged with both driving under the influence of alcohol and having a blood alcohol concentration of .09%. Objectively, the field sobriety test were subpar and client admitted to feeling the effects of the alcohol. However, client's employment required him to drive several different company vehicles and having to install the IID as a condition of the DUI would result in his dismissal from his position. District Attorney agreed to reduce the charge to a wet-reckless and client would not have to install the IID in any vehicle.
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  • People v. S.P.P

    DUI

    Client was charged with a 2x DUI and an allegation of a refusal. Our firm was able to get the charges dismissed for lack of proof client was driving the car involved in an accident.
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  • People v. F.E.

    Sex Crimes

    Client was charged with solicitation for prostitution. Our firm sent a letter to the filing attorney showing client was entrapped, case was rejected.
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  • People v. I.G.

    Sex Crimes

    Client was caught soliciting sex from a prostitute. Upon completion of a AIDS awareness program, case will be dismissed and arrest record destroyed.
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  • People v. S.A.

    Drug Crimes

    Client was charged with a hit and run from 2009 and failing to complete his drug treatment class. Our firm was able to reduce the hit and run to failing to provide insurance at the time of an accident and re-enroll client back in the treatment program for a dismissal upon successful completion.
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  • People v. E. E.

    Violent Crimes

    Client was charged with domestic battery. Our firm sent a letter to the filing attorney showing significant weaknesses in the prosecutions case, the case was rejected.
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  • People v. H.B.

    DUI

    Client was charged with her 1x DUI. Our firm was able to reduce the charge to an expedition of speed (non alcohol or drug related charge) with minimum fines.
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  • People v. E.H.

    DUI

    Client was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. Our firm sent a letter to the filing attorney showing significant weaknesses in the case. The district attorney rejected the case.
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  • People v. G.R.

    DUI

    Client was charged with a 1x DUI under 21 years old. Client's BAC was a .07%. Our firm was able to reduce the DUI to an infraction. Client did a 12 hour alcohol course.
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  • People v. J.P.

    Drug Crimes

    Client was charged with possession of paraphernalia. Upon successful completion of a 6 hour drug course, case was dismissed and arrest record sealed.
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  • People v. J.W.

    DUI

    Client was charged with his Second DUI. Our firm was able to reduce the charge to a wet-reckless.
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  • People v. J.M.G.

    DUI

    Client was charged with a first time DUI with a blood alcohol level of .22%. Out firm was able to get the charges rejected by the city attorney after showing them it was difficult to prove driving.
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  • People v. R.R.

    DUI

    Client was charged with a 1x DUI and a hit and run. Out firm was able to reduce the DUI to a wet reckless with a .09 BAC and have the hit and run charge dismissed.
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  • People v. E.J.

    DUI

    Client was charged with a DUI after blood results showed a .10 blood alcohol level. Out firm was able to reduce the charge to a wet-reckless with minimum fines.
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  • People v. A. T. P

    DUI

    Client was charged with a first time DUI after going through a DUI checkpoint. Client's breath results .09 and .10. Our firm was able to reduce the charge from a DUI to an expedition of speed, resulting in minimum fines and no alcohol program course through the court. However, client did lose her license for 30 days due to the DMV finding sufficient evidence that client was above a .08 blood alcohol level at the time of driving.
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  • People v. J.N.

    DUI

    Client was charged with driving under the influence of a drug. Our firm was able to have the district attorney reject the case because it was nearly impossible to prove that her prescription drugs were the cause of the accident.
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  • People v. M.T.P.

    DUI

    Client was charged with a refusal after going through a DUI Checkpoint. City Attorney would not reduce charge but days prior to picking a jury, client was offered a wet-reckless with fines and a class.
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  • People v. R.K.

    Violent Crimes

    Client in this case was charged with domestic violence. Client appeared in our office and stated there was a bench warrant because he never appeared in court. After having the bench warrant recalled and quashed, it appeared that the client was never advised of the case. Out firm filed a Serna Motion stating our client's right to a speedy trial had been violated. The Judge agreed and dismissed the case with prejudice.
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  • People v. D.T.

    Drug Crimes

    Client was charged with 3 felony counts of Possession for Sales with significant felony priors. Our firm was able to secure a disposition of only community labor, no jail time or drug testing.
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  • People v. A.S.

    DUI

    Client was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs. Client admitted to smoking marijuana and blew a .05 BAC. Initially, client used a public defender and was offered to plea to the combined drug and alcohol charge. Client retained our firm and we were able to have the charge completely dismissed for lack of proof of being under the influence of either or both.
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  • People v. J. S

    DUI

    Client was charged with a first time DUI involving marijuana. After a few pre-trial dates, the district attorney agreed to drop the charge to a dry reckless, client was only required to do 12 Narcotic Anonymous classes and minimum court fees. DMV Hearing was set aside.
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  • People v. M. D.

    DUI

    Client was charged with a second time DUI and violation of probation, Out firm was able to secure a global resolution, reinstating probation and pleaing to a wet-reckless.
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  • People v. A. R

    DUI

    Client was charged with a 2x DUI. Our office was able to set aside the DMV hearing and have the case rejected from the district attorney's office after it was shown that it was unlikely the prosecution could prove actual driving by our client.
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