People v. R.W. – Our client was charged with a DUI in which they flipped another car, knocked down a tree, and there were multiple witnesses. Our client was a college student, who could lose his status if he was convicted. After nearly half a year of negotiating with the District Attorney who was assigned the case, we obtained a plea deal in which our client pled guilty to a wet reckless (this is a lesser version of a DUI), and received probation for 3 years, without an IID, SCRAM, special designation, or jail time. Our client avoided losing his status, as well as the negative consequences he may have faced from his college if he were convicted.
People v. C.H. - Our client was charged with a second offense DUI
People v. R.C. - Persuaded District Attorney to offer plea deal in which our client pled guilty to a DUI with no custody, SCRAM, or special designations. All the client had to do was finish a 3 month class and panel with MADD. After guilty plea, had an arrest for a bar brawl dismissed; probation was never revoked. It was if the second incident never occurred.
People v. L.W. - Juvenile facing DUI charge. Our client was a younger immigrant, losing the case would have had severe consequences. The case was dismissed altogether after we spoke with the District Attorney.
People v. E.S. - Our client was facing a violation of probation, based on a 2 month old warrant. We obtained an outcome where our client was not punished for the warrant; it was as if the violations never happened.
People v. B.R. - Our client was convicted of a second offense DUI, and faced violations of their DUI probation terms as a result of a year old warrant. Our attorneys convinced the Prosecutor to allow our client to avoid the consequences of the violation. The warrants might as well have never existed.
People v. S.T. - Our client was charged with a DUI involving aggravating circumstances, specifically a high BAC. Our attorneys convinced the Prosecutor to offer probation without classes. There was no IID, or SCRAM requirement.
People v. V.C. - Our client was arrested on suspicion of a second DUI while they were driving over 105 miles per hour. The District Attorney initially demanded 180 days of actual custody. After multiple appearances in front of the judge, our attorneys obtained a penalty of 135 days of electronic monitoring; no jail time.
People v. J.P. - Our client was sentenced to 120 days of house arrest. While serving that time, our client violated the terms of house arrest 6 times. After 5 appearances, our attorney was able to obtain an identical sentence as what our client initially face; there were no additional consequences.
People v. A.L. Our client was detained by harbor patrol on the basis that proper lights were present. Our attorneys forced the case against our client to be dismissed; the judge went so far as to call the case against our client “preposterous.”
People v. R.K. our client was leaving a bar shortly after last call. The officer claimed that his reasonable suspicion for stopping our client was that there was a headlight out. At the motion to suppress, our attorney called an expert on our client’s vehicle as a witness. The expert testified that the lights were always operational, and could not be disabled manually. The case was dismissed on that basis.
People v. J.W. Our client was driving a “four-wheeler” late at night. A park ranger pulled him over because the lights on his vehicle were too bright. After conducting a breathalyzer, the test yielded a BAC of 0.18%. Our attorneys argued the initial stop was illegal, and the case was dismissed.
People v. D.T. Our client was accused of a hit and run, while driving under the influence. Our client, allegedly, collided with a vehicle driven by a pregnant woman in an intersection, and fled the scene. Our attorney convinced the judge to dismiss the case.
People v. R.P. Our client was arrested while drinking in his driveway. Our attorney convinced the district attorney to dismiss the case; our client’s license was reinstated.
People v. V.B Our client was accused of driving under the influence, as well as prescription medicine. At the DMV hearing, the DMV advocated a lifetime ban on our client’s driver’s license; our attorney’s got our client’s license reinstate.
People v. B.G Our client was charged with DUI involving property damage. Our attorneys obtained a sentence of 20 days of public service doing highway work, which they then converted to 160 hours of volunteer work at a non-profit entity of their choice.
People v. C.S. Our client was accused of DUI with bodily injury, and a high BAC. The charge was reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor. Notably, our client was not required to spend time in custody, and was not required to install an IID.
People v. D.T. Our client was accused of their 7th DUI in their lifetime, along with having spent time in jail for a prior felony. Our attorney obtained an offer of probation,
People v. B.R. Our client was charged with a DUI involving serious bodily injury, in addition to two child endangerment chargers, along with a BAC of 0.15%. The Prosecutor offered 3 years in prison; our attorney obtained 180 days of electronic surveillance.
People v. J.H. El Cajon - Our client was accused of a DUI without priors, and driving without a license. Our attorneys convinced the Prosecutor to agree to no time in jail, no IID, no SCRAM, and no work release program. Our client had to pay fines and go to classes.
People v. J.L. - Our client was arrested with a BAC of 0.11% in a case involving DUI with property damage; the vehicle they allegedly hit was totaled. Our attorney convinced the Prosecutor to agree to 3 years of probation without custody, public work, SCRAM, or IID.
People v. B.P. - Our client was accused of a DUI with a reported BAC of 021%. Our attorney convinced the Prosecutor to drop the charges from an aggravated DUI to a “wet reckless.”
People v. A.B. - Our client was accused of a DUI with property damage, as well as a BAC of 0.21%. Our attorney convinced the Prosecutor to agree to no custody, no IID, no SCRAM, no public work, fines or classes.
People v. E.W - Our client was accused of a DUI with a BAC of 0.16% involving an accident where our client allegedly rolled their vehicle. Our attorney was able to convince the Prosecutor to agree to a first offense DU, with no custody, IID, SCRAM, public service, fines or classes.
People v. A.J.J. - Our client was accused of his third DUI, while driving with a BAC of 0.18%. Our attorney convinced the Prosecutor to agree to no custody, CPAC and PWS, and dismissed the remaining charges.
People v. J.A. - Our client was accused of a second offense DUI. The Prosecutor advocated for custody as a term of parole. Our Attorney convinced the Court to enforce no jail time, and charged it as a first offense.
People v. T.L. - Our client was accused of a misdemeanor DUI, along with child endangerment). Our attorney obtained a result that involved a “wet reckless” not involving jail time.
People v. R.G. - Our client was accused of a DUI, which was brought as a felony. Bail was set at $100,000. Our attorneys negotiated the case down to a misdemeanor DUI, along with credit for time served (5 days), and was released from custody without additional jail time.
People v. R. C. - Downtown - Our client was accused of a DUI, in addition to resisting arrest. Our attorney convinced the Prosecutor to reduce the charge to a simple DUI.
People v. B. P. - Our client was accused of driving under the influence with a BAC of 0.10%. Our attorneys negotiated the charge to result in 0 custody, no IID, and no PWS.
People v. T. J. - Our client was accused of a second offense DUI, along with high BAC charges. Our attorneys obtained a result that involved a non-priorable offense, no IID, and in custody.
People v. L. W. -Our client was charged with DUI. Our attorney obtained a plea where our client went to three alcohol treatment classes in exchange for the charges being dismissed.
People v. R. W. - Our client was charged with a DUI involving property damage; a flipped vehicle resulting in a total loss. Our attorney negotiated the charge down to a “wet reckless” with no custody or public work service.
People v. K.C - Our client was charged with 2 felony DUI related charges. Our attorney convinced the Prosecution to reduce the charge to a single misdemeanor, and accept probation without custody.
People v. M. R. - Our client was arrested for DUI on a suspended license. Our attorney had the entire case dismissed based on a Motion for Speedy Trial.
People v. A.Z. - Our client was charged with a first offense DUI, along with a BAC of 0.197%. Additionally, our client was involved in a multi-vehicle collision Our attorney settled the case with a DUI charge, not involving incarceration, IID, Public work, SCRAM, SPCA, or classes. All our client had to do was pay a fine.
People v. V.T. - Our client was charged with a felony first offense DUI causing bodily injury. The victim claimed they had to quit work as a result of the injury. Our attorney utilized the services of a private detective, who provided evidence that the injury claim was false. The case is presently subject to a conditional rejection from the Prosecuting attorney’s office.
People v. J.H. - Our client, a Chinese student, was charged with a DUI involving property damage and bodily injury. Our attorney negotiated with the District Attorney and obtained punishment that did not involve custody, IID, public work service, or even a DUI class. Instead, our client had to participate in 40 hours of DUI class time in China.
People v. T.J. - Our client was charged with a second offense DUI, both of which involved a high BAC aggravating allegation. Our attorney negotiated a penalty where the current case was dismissed, and our client simply pled guilty to a first offense DUI without IID, custody, or SCRAM.
People v. D.W. - Our client was an out of state driver accused of a DUI while driving without a valid license. Our attorney obtained a dismissal of all charges, except for the DUI. The consequence involved no custody, SCRAM, or IID and our client maintained their eligibility for an out of state restricted license.
People v. L.W. - Our client was a minor, who was facing sanctions as a result of California’s zero tolerance law. Our client obtained entrance into a diversion plan, which if completed, will result in the absence of a conviction.
People v. R.G. - Our client was accused of a DUI involving an injury. The Prosecutor demanded 30 days in custody. Our client was released the same day with no IID, SCRAM, or house arrest.
People v. B.P. - Our client was accused of a DUI with a BAC f 0.10% and multiple passengers. Our attorney negotiated the charge down to a point where the penalty involved no custody, IID, or SCRAM.
People v. C.G. - Our client was accused of a DUI with a BAC of 0.20. The Prosecution was seeking a “10 day flash incarceration” for the purpose of teaching our client a lesson. Our attorney negotiated an agreement in which our client spent no time in custody, did not have to install an IID and did not need to wear a SCRAM bracelet; all our client had to do was perform public work service.
People v. R.W. - Our client was accused of driving under the influence with a BAC of over twice the legal limit, Our attorney negotiated an agreement in which our client did not need to install an IID (which the Prosecutor initially demanded) no custody, and no consequences through a military tribunal.
People v. J.P. - Our client was charged with a fourth offense DUI, based on out of state conviction. Our attorney argued that the prior conviction was inapplicable, and obtained a sentence where our client was charged with second offense DUI. Our client was ultimately sentenced to 60 days of SCRAM bracelet.