Helping Clients Overcome the Odds
Client suffered from PTSD from military experience. We successfully arranged for our client to receive mental health treatment, and persuaded the solicitor to dismiss his charges.
Client was in a devastating car accident, which resulted in serious injuries to the other party. Law enforcement failed to perform statutorily required tests to detect alcohol content of client allegedly. The charge was reduced to a traffic violation for a fine.
Client charged with DV after she called law enforcement to report abuse. Law enforcement arrived and charged both parties.
Step mother was charged with child assault after she disciplined him for stealing money and running away. Child was previously diagnosed with severe psychiatric disorder. The biological mother who had been refused custody by family court called law enforcement and alleged abuse. We effectively got the charges dismissed.
Our office reviewed discovery and pointed out to the prosecutor the elements of DV 1st were not met. Client plead to unlawful use of telephone for time served.
Client charged with stealing items from store. Charges dismissed.
Client charged with PDC after pulling over on side of road and becoming sick. Law Enforcement mistakenly thought he was intoxicated. Charges dismissed.
Client charged with disorderly conduct after he intervened when a drunken woman attacked his wife. While attempting to separate the two women, two men attacked our client leaving him hospitalized. Charges were dismissed.
Client charged after law enforcement unlawfully searched vehicle, and found a gun in the glove compartment. The vehicle belonged to a family member, and the client was not aware a gun was inside the vehicle. Charges dismissed.
Charges that carry up to 40 years, reduced to misdemeanor that carries 90 days for time served.
Client charged with sexual assault. Case reduced to misdemeanor assault charge, and is eligible for expungement.
Client charged with illegally giving tattoos without a license. Charges dismissed