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These cases are designed to serve as a sample of the cases I represent. Please contact me personally about your individual case for a review.

Many cases are not publicly available and have been sealed by the Court upon my request to protect client privacy often in drug crime or solicitation of prostitution cases.

Client was charged Possession of  Schedule 1 Drugs. Client’s record will reflect no criminal charges for those offenses upon final judge’s signature, removing records from system.

Client on felony drug probation was detained for DUII & Arrested. Motion to Suppress Illegally Gathered Evidence filed. Judge granted Motion Denying Prosecution Use of Evidence. Case Dismissed, No Further Charges or Revocation of Probation.

Client was arrested for felony possession of Marijuana, Hash, Scales, & Drug Paraphernalia. Motion to Suppress Filed based on illegal search and seizure by police. All evidence suppressed by Court. Case Dismissed.

Client was profiled & stopped for faulty equipment. Client and other passenger were detained, searched, questioned, gave full confessions, arrested and charged with Felony Possession & Delivery of Marijuana, as well as money laundering & possession of MDMA. Client faced 2-5 years of prison time. Motions to suppress stop and all evidence seized by police filed and litigated by my office over unlawful expansion of police conduct. Court suppressed all evidence and confessions, including many pounds of marijuana, other drugs and large sums of cash. Case Dismissed.

Client was stopped with 1lb+ marijuana and cash. Client quickly contacted my office and made no statements. Filings by my office showing medical marijuana status and proof of income resulted in no filing of any charges.

Client seeking to open Medical Marijuana Dispensary wished to have records cleared or reduced due to restrictions related to prior felonies. My office amended client’s prior record through motions to Courts to misdemeanors to allow client to participate in the OMMP as a dispensary owner as well as possess firearms legally.

Client was charged with 2 DUI’s in less than 1 year period. My office negotiated both and resolved the matter with a sentence that was less than the original offer for 1 DUI, allowed the dismissal of the other and allowed client to maintain employment during this period.

Client with 4+ prior felonies including federal record arrested with multiple firearms and controlled substance. Client was facing 20+ years with a federal minimum mandatory sentence of at least 5 years if sentenced in federal courts. Deal brokered to keep client in State Court system and to eliminate possibility of minimum mandatory sentencing.

Client with 4+ prior felonies at State & Federal level was arrested & indicted for 400+ Kilos of marijuana for Manufacture, Delivery, Felon in Possession of Firearm. Client was indicted in State Court with threat of federal prosecution. Client was facing at 15 years of federal time under the minimum mandatory sentencing guidelines, as well as 10 years under the state guidelines. My office was hired after over 1 year, where previous counsel had negotiated down to a 10 year state sentence. My office negotiated for over a year and obtained a sentence of less than 3 years for the client through expert analysis and investigation of the case.

Client was arrested and charged with 7+ drug felonies including Possession & Delivery of substantial quantities of MDMA, Psilocybin, & LSD after raids & investigation. Client was subject to minimum mandatory drug sentencing guidelines. Sentence below the minimum mandatory guidelines for a single drug count & dismissal of 6 other felony charges.

Client was charged with multiple sexual abuse of a minor statutorily outside of Romeo & Juliet Provision due to age difference being slightly greater than three years. All charges dismissed in the Interest of Justice.

Client was charged with felony manslaughter and child abuse due to child’s death from complications due to pneumonia. Not Guilty on all counts.

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