1. People v. A. B.
a. Our client was charged with a domestic violence charge. Our Rancho Cucamonga office was able to reduce the misdemeanor criminal domestic violence charge to an infraction for disturbing the peace. Defendant was facing a maximum of one year in county year if convicted. Instead, our client paid a $500.00 fine with no probation and no jail sentence.
2. People v. M. W.
a. Our client was facing a criminal charge for battery. Our Rancho Cucamonga office tried to negotiate with the district attorney’s office for an infraction plea. The district attorney’s office refused to reduce the battery charge to an infraction. As a result, our office went to trial in July of 2010 for two weeks and our criminal defense attorney was able to obtain a NOT GUILTY verdict from a jury of 12 people. The client was facing a maximum of one year in jail and instead he was free to go following the trial.
3. People v. D. L.
a. Our client, a commercial truck driver, was charged with misdemeanor charge of driving excessively and failure to keep log book. Our Rancho Cucamonga office was able to negotiate with the district attorney’s office and got the misdemeanor criminal charge dismissed in exchange of pleading guilty to an infraction of speeding. The client faced maximum of six months in county jail if convicted and a suspension of his license. Instead, our criminal defense attorney was able to get a plea wherein the client only had to pay a fine for speeding, with no license suspension.
4. People v. R. M.
a. Our client, who is suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, failed to take to his medication. As a result, our client believed that someone sitting near his table at a restaurant was attacking him. Our client, believing to be acting in self-defense, attacked the person sitting next to his table. The client was charged with battery. After lengthy negotiation between our criminal defense attorney and the district attorney’s office, the charge was dismissed in its entirety. Our client avoided any and all jail sentence.
5. People v. H. C.
a. Our client was facing kidnapping to commit
robbery/rape, criminal terrorist threat, domestic violence against his spouse and a prior strike allegation. After being arrested, our client was denied bail. Our Rancho Cucamonga office was retained and formulated a defense. Our criminal defense attorney first filed a motion to dismiss on failure to bring a speedy trial (Constitutional basis). Prior to the motion being heard, the district attorney offered to dismiss the kidnap to commit robbery/rape and criminal terrorist threat so long as our client plead guilty to the misdemeanor domestic violence. On the day of his plea, our client was released on credit for time served (CTS) and spent a grand total of 2 months in custody. Our client was facing LIFE imprisonment.
6. People v. M. S.
a. Our client came home and saw his 16 year old daughter behaving inappropriately. As a result, our client slapped his 16 year old daughter to discipline her and was charged with child abuse. After much negotiating between our criminal defense attorney and the district attorney, the charge was dismissed in its entirety.
7. People v. A. D.
a. Our client was charged with a hit and run. After much negotiation, our criminal defense attorney was able to have the case dismissed in its entirety, so long as the restitution was made on the damage.
8. People v. B.
a. Our client was charged with battery against his daughter. After much negotiation between our criminal defense attorney and the district attorney’s office, the district attorney agreed to “office conference” the charge and subsequently dismissed the case in its entirety.
Disclaimer: The above results are not intended as a guarantee/warranty in any way. All cases are unique and the results vary on a case by case basis. The actual names of the clients were replaced with initials in order to maintain confidentiality for our clients. This is not an exhaustive list of all of our criminal clients and is only intended to give insight on some results obtained by our Rancho Cucamonga Criminal Defense Attorneys.