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Recent case victories
Felony Vehicle Theft Dismissed
Case: People v. J.K
Courthouse: West Covina
Description: Client charged with felony unlawful taking of a vehicle without the owner’s consent out of West Covina. Negotiated a deal with the Deputy DA that if client paid full restitution to the victim, the case would be dismissed. Client ended up with no convictions, no jail time and no court fees.
Felony Domestic Violence Charges Rejected
Case: People v. V.O.
Courthouse: San Fernando
Description: Client arrested for felony domestic violence. We made contact with the investigating officer and provided evidence that the complaining witness was exaggerating her claims. Case presented to the San Fernando DA’s office and ultimately was declined for both felony and misdemeanor filing.
Misdemeanor Vandalism Charges Result in Dismissal
Case: People v. I.R.
Courthouse: Harbor Justice Center, Orange County
Description: Client charged with misdemeanor vandalism out of the Harbor Justice Center in Orange County court. Client alleged to have punctured the tire of the complaining witness. The prosecutor was in possession of a video showing client’s involvement. Effective negotiating results in a dismissal for the client, resulting in no criminal record and no court fines.
Petty Theft With Multiple Prior Convictions Avoids Jail & Fines
Case: People v. K.J.
Description: Client charged with petty theft in the LAX courthouse. Client has multiple prior convictions for similar offenses. Original offer from prosecutor is 30 days in jail. After extensive negotiations and an effective mitigation package, client is placed on summary probation with no jail, no fines and no community labor or service.
Felony Possession For Sale Dismissed
Case: People v. D.S.
Courthouse: San Fernando
Description: Client charged with felony possession for sale of marijuana charges in the San Fernando courthouse after admitting to selling multiple pounds of marijuana just before the law enforcement contact. Client admitted to officer that he had a large scale marijuana grow operation and showed him photos and videos of the same. We were able to convince prosecutors to amend the charges to cultivation and allow client to participate in a diversion program in order to obtain a dismissal of all charges and preserve the client’s record.
Prison and a Strike avoided in a Robbery Case
Case: People v. C.C
Courthouse: North Justice Center, Orange County
Description: Client charged with robbery in the Orange County Court, North Justice Center. Our attorneys were able to convince prosecutors to dismiss the robbery and allow client to plea to a lesser charge of theft. Client was able to avoid a strike conviction and jail/prison time.
Felony Hit and Run Causing Injury Dismissed
Case: People v. C.R.
Description: Client charged in the Pomona Courthouse with felony hit and run causing serious injury. Further allegations making the case a strike offense were also alleged. After an extensive defense investigation, client was ultimately cleared by DNA evidence and the case was dismissed.
DUI Dismissed, DMV Hearing Won
Case: People v. M.M.
Courthouse: Santa Clarita
Background: First time DUI with a traffic collision. Client is a 35 year old male with no criminal history. He provided 2 breath sample readings registering 0.08% both times. Client had a passenger in the vehicle with him. The passenger was not injured. During cross examination, the officer admitted that he could not determine the exact time of the traffic collision. Aizman Law Firm attorneys successfully argued that without a time of accident, it was impossible to determine the time of driving and therefore impossible to determine the BAC at the time of driving.
Client Avoids Felony Conviction in Theft Case
Case: People v. R.M.
Courthouse: Downtown Los Angeles
Description: Client charged with grand theft out of the Clara Shortridge Foltz courthouse in Downtown Los Angeles. Allegation is that client misappropriated several hundreds of thousands of dollars from clients. After negotiations with the prosecutor and the presentation of an impressive mitigation package, client was able to earn a reduction to a misdemeanor.
Felony Assault with a Deadly Weapon Dismissed
Case: People v. G.F.
Courthouse: Antelope Valley/Lancaster
Description: Client charged with felony assault with a deadly weapon out of the Antelope Valley Courthouse. After conducting the preliminary hearing, our attorney was able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the charges if client completes community service. Client was able to maintain his clean record and avoid jail and court fines.