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Our Case Results
Client charged with Aggravated Domestic Assault which is a C-Felony and carries up to 3-15 years in prison and or probation. The State decided not to prosecute the case at this time so Client received no jail time and a 2 year retirement with anger management classes required. With good and lawful conduct and completion of all conditions, Client shall be able to have case dismissed and expunged from record.
Client accused of violating probation and facing potential incarceration. After substantial investigation, and presentation of investigative materials to the state, state elected to not prosecute resulting in dismissal of case.
Client charged with assault. After investigation and presentation of evidence and witnesses, State dismissed charge for lack of probable cause.
Prior to representation Client was ordered to serve a 2 year sentence based upon Failure to Report. After filing a motion for suspended sentence Client was given a time served offer and was able to go back out on probation and not serve the 2 year sentence that was previously ordered to serve.
Client charged with Felony Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Resale which is an E-Felony carrying a potential penalty of 1-6 years in jail or probation or a combination of the two. Client also charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and A misdemeanor carrying a potential penalty of up to 11 months and 29 days in jail, probation or a combination of the two.
Client received diversion on misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia, 2 years misdemeanor probation, no jail time and an opportunity to have the cases dismissed and expunged from record.
Client charged with felony possession of cocaine, felony possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal impersonation.
CASE DISMISSED following preliminary hearing in general sessions court based on the court finding that officer did not have probable cause to continue roadside detention.
Client charged with Possession of Weapon on School Property a B-misdemeanor which carries up to 6 months of jail and or probation and a maximum fine of $500. Case was dismissed with no costs after argument that the item at issue was not illegal under the statute.
No jail time, reckless endangerment dismissed
C felony that can carry 3 to 15 years in prison. Felony vandalism – E felony that carries 1 to 6 years in prison. 2 counts of Reckless Endangerment – A misdemeanors that carries up to 11 months and 29 days in jail each.
Client received a diversion (ability to have cases dismissed and expunged as long as conditions are completed) on reduced charges of simple assault and misdemeanor vandalism. No jail time and 2 counts of reckless endangerment dismissed.
Client charged with Felony Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute and facing from 1 to 6 years incarceration or probation. Client was also on diversion and probation for simple possession of marijuana and facing potential violation of probation for and termination of the diversion which would place the simple possession of marijuana on his record for life and also up to 11 months and 29 days in jail or probation on the violation of probation.
Client received a reduction from a felony to misdemeanor simple possession of marijuana with 30 days to serve. Client’s probation was not violated and Client was still able to have his original diversion charge of simple possession of marijuana dismissed and expunged from his record. So ultimately facing 3 new charges, one being a felony. Client received 1 charge which was a misdemeanor and was able to expunge the prior diversion.
Client charged with DUI 1st offense with a blood alcohol content of .18 and facing a minimum of 48 hours in jail up to 11 months and 29 days in jail, loss of license 1 year, SR-22 insurance, and installation of ignition interlock device.
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