Results You Can See … Experience You Can Trust”
- James E. was charged with failing to register as a sex offender. The case was dismissed by the Court at the conclusion of the preliminary hearing, based upon the defense argument that James was not even required to register, even though he had registered at one point in the past.
- Victor R. was charged with felony arson and faced a possible sentence of 25-life, due to having four strike priors. At the conclusion of the preliminary hearing, the Court had no option but to dismiss the entire case.
- Brandon B. was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and felony domestic abuse after a domestic dispute. At the conclusion of the preliminary hearing, the Court dismissed the entire case.
- Shawn L. was charged with felony unlawful discharge of a weapon and making criminal threats after he allegedly fired a gun during a domestic incident. Investigation into the case led to the entire case being dismissed before the preliminary hearing.
- Daniel B. was charged with attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon after he allegedly stabbed the victim in the chest. Prior to the preliminary hearing, investigation reveals sufficient defense evidence that resulted in the entire case being dismissed by the District Attorney.
- Donald H. was charged with felony residential burglary after he allegedly entered a home and was detained by the victims until law enforcement arrived. Investigation into the case before the preliminary hearing led to dismissal of the felony charge for a plea to a misdemeanor trespass.
- Justin C. was charged with five counts of robbery, each with a gun after he was identified by victims and through surveillance video as the suspect. Prior to the preliminary hearing, he was exonerated by DNA evidence – Case Dismissed.
- Tessie B. was charged with battery causing serious bodily injury after she was involved in a physical confrontation with another female. After jury trial, she was found NOT GUILTY.