Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians declines to take action against our client
Our client, a registered nurse, was charged with driving under the influence
in violation California vehicle code sections 23152(a) and 23152(b). As
a result of our early, efficient and aggressive intervention in her criminal
case, our West Covina Courthouse DUI attorneys were able to resolve the
matter successfully. In addition to accomplishing the successful court
resolution of her case, West Covina board of vocational nursing charges
defense attorneys were able to prevent the board from taking adversarial
action against our clients nursing license. Our client not only was able
to avoid any jail time but is able to keep her vocational nursing license
free and clear of any suspension or revocation.
Prosecutor dismisses child endangerment charge. Our client enters a plea of a lesser offense and no jail time
Our client was charged with having used excessive force while disciplining
his child. Our West Covina child endangerment charges defense attorneys
went to work, arguing that our client was actually acting within the confines
of his parental right to discipline and that he did not act unreasonably.
A conviction of this magnitude would've carried up to one year in
the county jail. Instead, the prosecutor dismissed the child endangerment
charge, our client entered a plea to a lesser offense and no jail time
Domestic violence case thrown out before first court appearance due to our early intervention
Our client, a promising college student with career ambitions, was accused
of having assaulted her live-in boyfriend. The prosecutor was going to
file domestic battery charges against her. A California domestic violence
conviction would have destroyed her life, her dreams and any ambitions
of pursuing her desired career. Our Long Beach courthouse domestic violence
attorneys intervened in her defense in advance of her arraignment. We
advocated on her behalf before the Long Beach city attorney's office
at a city attorney hearing. After doing so, the Long Beach city attorney's
office dismissed her case, deciding not to pursue any prosecution against
Megan's Law Exclusion Application Approved -- Termination of Registered Sex Offender Profile
Client was previously convicted of having violated Penal Code sections
288(a) and 311.11, also known, respectively, as lewd and lascivious conduct
with a minor and possession of obscene materials. The complaining witness
was client's minor stepchild. Our office submitted a powerful legal
argument supported by a significant amount of compelling documentation,
including a favorable psychiatric evaluation of our client. The Department
of Justice granted our petition and our client's online Megan's
Law profile has since been removed.
Petition for Certificate of Rehabilitation Granted
Our client, who had sustained multiple prior convictions, was anxious to
obtain a certificate of rehabilitation to have certain legal rights restored.
Our postconviction criminal defense attorneys put together a compelling
legal argument and various supporting exhibits to convince the court to
grant our client's petition. We appeared in department 100 of the
Los Angeles Superior Court, made the oral argument on behalf of our client
in support of the petition. The judge granted our client's certificate
Failure to register as a sex offender charge dismissed
Our client, a registered sex offender, was accused of having failed to
register as a sex offender pursuant to Penal Code section 290.01(a)(1).
Our sex crimes defense attorneys sprung into action, reached out immediately
to the prosecutor and represented our client in court. The prosecutor
dismissed of the accusation. Our client could have face to multiple years
in the state prison for this alleged violation. Instead, and our failure
to register charges lawyers got the matter thrown out.
Man on probation with outstanding warrant receives significantly reduced sentence for felony evasion
Our client, a man with an extensive criminal background, was charged with
felony evasion after fleeing from a traffic stop. At the time, he was
not only on probation, but he also had a warrant. He was facing a sentence
of 3 years in state prison, in addition to an enhanced sentence for the
probation violation. Our attorneys were able to secure a deal where the
client will only serve 9 months in county jail and will later be placed
in a drug rehabilitation program. The court agreed to waive additional
punishment for the probation violation and the warrant at issue.
Client facing charges of grand larceny in excess of over $20,000 receives no jail time and no probation
After our attorneys went to bat for this client, the DA agreed to allow
our client to pay restitution in exchange for no jail time, no community
labor, and no probation. This is a huge success, especially given the
amount in controversy and aggravating circumstances involved in the alleged crime.
Young man facing charges of drunk in public is granted diversion
Our attorneys were successful in securing diversion for a client facing
charges for being drunk in public. He will only have to perform a minimal
amount of community labor, and will be granted a dismissal upon completion
of this reduced punishment.
Convicted Felon in Possession of a Firearm Gets No Jail Time
No jail time
Our client, a young man with extensive criminal history, was found in possession
of a firearm, and charged under PC 29800(a)(1). He was facing up to three
years in county jail, and the prosecution was unwilling to negotiate anything
other than jail time. Our lawyers requested an in-chambers meeting with
the presiding judge, and convinced him to allow the client to serve only
six months on house arrest instead of incarceration.