Successful Juvenile Delinquency and Parole Cases



People accused of criminal conduct are entitled to an aggressive legal defense that protects their rights, and their future. Just because a person has been charged with a crime or violation doesn't automatically mean they are guilty. You have rights, and we help you exercise them to their fullest extent. Contact our law office to schedule a free  consultation.


Please note that every case is different. Prior results do not guarantee any particular outcome.

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Parole Granted. Lifer inmate granted parole.  (rkx 
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Home Invasion Robbery Reduced. Multiple home invasion robbery charges resolved for non-strike. 
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Rape / 290 Charge Avoided. Charges reduced to battery charge after investigation and negotiations with DA. 
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Favorable Resolution. Attempted robbery shown to be unfounded; resolved for disturbing the peace misdemeanor. 
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Strike Avoided. Robbery charges reduced to non-strike battery. 
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Strike Avoided. Negotiations resulted in avoidance of strike on 211 charge. 
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Parole Granted. Lifer inmate granted parole.  (rp) 
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Parole Granted. Lifer inmate granted parole.  (ab) 
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Adult Prison Avoided. Resolved armed robbery case, avoiding state prison. 
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Parole Granted. Lifer inmate granted parole.  (ks) 
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Strike Avoided. Robbery charged resolved for  non-strike accessory after the fact after negotiations and investigation. 
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Parole Granted. Lifer inmate granted parole.  (rh) 
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Parole Granted. Lifer inmate granted parole.  (kr) 
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Strike Avoided. Robbery reduced to misdemeanor battery after investigation . 
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Strike Avoided. Robbery of Superior Court Judge's son reduced to grand theft, a non-strike. 
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288 Charge Avoided. Battery charge instead of molest; no 290 registration imposed.  
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Strike Avoided. Robbery charge resolved for non-strike. 
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DJF/CYA Avoided. Home invasion robbery case. Avoided DA push for DJF, 180 days in juvenile hall disposition.  
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Parole Granted. Lifer inmate granted parole.  (kr) 
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Transfer to Adult Court Prevented. Client charged with shooting at another individual. There were multiple witnesses, and the event was on video. His exposure exceeding 20 years and District Attorney tried to transfer his case to adult court, where he would be sentenced under adult sentencing guidelines. We were able to prevent the case from transferring to adult court, per Welfare and Institutions Code 707(a). Client will be eligible for parole in 24 months. 
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Strike Avoided. Carjacking resolved for assault avoiding strike.

Parole Granted. Lifer inmate granted parole.

Parole Granted. Lifer inmate granted parole.

Case Dismissed. Case dismissed for insufficiency of evidence.

Favorable Plea. Avoided 290 sex offender registration, and prison (housed at DJF) for client who committed a 288(a) and, later, an armed robbery.

Parole Granted. Lifer inmate granted parole.

Parole Granted. SB261 Lifer inmate granted parole.

Strike Avoided:  Robbery resolved for battery misdemeanor avoiding strike.

Strike Avoided:  Robbery resolved for theft of person avoiding strike.

Favorable Outcome. Avoided California Department of Juvenile Facilities (DJF) on armed home invasion robbery of multiple victims.

Favorable Plea Avoided Strike. Resolved 211 strike for non-strike plea agreement.

Charges Dismissed. Charges of possession of firearm in car where client was passenger dismissed as not proven to have been in possession of client.

Parole Granted. Lifer inmate granted parole.

Charges Dismissed.  Negotiated joint resolution resulting in juvenile charges being dismissed.

Mistaken Identity Proven. Robbery of convenience store charged dismissed after identification of client was proven incorrect. 

Dismissed Robbery Strike Charge at Trial. Strike charge dismissed not found true by judge at trial saving minor from having  lifetime strike on record.

Child Pornography Case Resolved. Client with thousands of illicit images kept out of custody and was not required to register as sex offender. Juvenile records later sealed.

Favorable Sentencing. Group home placement requested by Probation and District Attorney avoided. Minor returned home.

Parole Granted. SB260 (18 at time of crime) Lifer inmate granted parole.

PRCS Parole Violation Dismissed. Parole violation dismissed after affirmative defenses presented.

Violation of Probation Dismissed. Violation of probation dismissed after negotiations and defense was presented.

Parole Granted. Lifer inmate granted parole after 32 years of incarceration..

Parole Granted. SB260 Lifer inmate, committed at age 17,  granted parole after 21 years in prison.

Acquitted at Trial. Felony possession of ammunition dismissed by judge at trial.

Case Dismissed. Case dismissed for insufficiency of the evidence.

Parole Granted. SB260 Lifer inmate granted parole.

Parole Granted. Lifer inmate granted parole by Board of Parole Hearings.

Case Dismissed. Indecent exposure parole violation allegation dismissed.

Case Dismissed. PC 245(a) charge dismissed after trial.

Conditional Dismissal. Conditional dismissal of multiple PC 288(a) allegations.

Parole Granted. Indeterminate life inmate granted parole. (Gang related attempted murder conviction).

Charge Dismissed. Robbery charge dismissed after our investigation discredited the credibility of the alleged victim.

Robbery Charged Dismissed. Robbery allegation dismissed after trial based on showing of reasonable doubt of victim’s identification of client.

Avoided Strike. Resolved robbery charge for a theft admission (avoiding strike on record).

Avoided CYA/DJF. Secured client’s release on GPS instead of 2 year CYA/DJF sentence requested by DA.

Avoided CYA/DJF. Avoided CYA/DLF or J.S.O. group home placement for PC 288(a) offense.

CYA/DJF Avoided. Secured non-CYA/DJF disposition on gang case where multiple shots were fired at a residence.

Strike Avoided. Case resolved where a strike was avoided protecting client’s future exposure.

Conditional Dismissal.  Conditional dismissal of charges.

Case Dismissed. Parole violation charges dismissed due to objections to calculation of controlling parole discharge date.


Case Dismissed.
Juvenile delinquency charges dismissed. Lifer Parole Date Given.  Inmate who killed rival gang member at age 17 was granted parole after 32 years in prison.

Lifer Parole Date Given. Client in custody for 33 years given suitability date.


Prevailed at WIC 707 Fitness Hearing. DA filed motion to transfer juvenile case to adult court called a fitness hearing. We obtained psychologist and were able to prevent this transfer. This kept the client in juvenile court and prevented exposure of an adult prison sentence up to 6 years.


Case Dismissed after Preliminary Hearing. 
After live preliminary hearing, and significant investigation, DA dismiss armed robbery, up to 15 year prison case, due to our proving the client was not the person who did the robbery.


Lifer Parole Date Given.
Client found suitable for parole after 30 years in custody.


Lifer Parole Date Given.
Client found suitable for parole after 27 years in custody for gang related murder.


Case Dismissed.
Court granted motion under WIC 709 to dismiss charges due to client being fount not competent. Charges were for assault with knife, vandalism, residential burglary, possession of a simulated firearm, possession of narcotics, criminal threats and battery.


Motion to Dismiss Granted.
Our motion to dismiss case was granted after proving there was no likelihood of client obtaining competency. Client had charges of stealing vehicle, theft and assaulting a sheriff officer.

Case Dismissed.
High profile group sex assault case covered in Sacramento media was ultimately dismissed after a conditional dismissal agreement was successfully completed. This avoided any "convictions" and the client's record was sealed, deeming the conduct "legally never to have occurred."

Prison Avoided.
DUI with high blood alcohol and injury of four individuals (where client caused head on collision on highway) resulted in avoiding prison. Obtained court resolution, over DA objection, to non-prison sentence.

Lifer Parole Date Given.
Lifer inmate was successfully given a parole date after over twenty years in custody.

Lifer Parole Date Given.
Lifer inmate was successfully given a parole date at his initial parole consideration hearing.

Case Dismissed.
Violation of probation was dismissed after negotiation with DA. Case resolved informally.


Case Dismissed.
DA dismissed case after our investigation showed victim was uncooperative and unable to be available for testimony.


Case Dismissed.
Parole violation dismissed after negotiation with DA in light of separate criminal case resulting in convicton.

Case Dismissed. Robbery charge was reduced to grand theft charge and ultimately dismissed per a conditional dismissal agreement. This avoided the client from getting a strike on his record.

Case Dismissed. Residential burglary case dismissed after our investigation led District Attorney to dismiss charges.

Case Dismissed. Unlawful posting explicit digital material of a minor was dismissed upon successful completion of a counseling course.

Case Dismissed. Parole violation dismissed.

Case Dismissed. Parole violation dismissed in global resolution with pending substantive charges.

Case Dismissed. Parole violation dismissed.

Case Dismissed. Minor client was charged with assaulting a family member. Our investigation showed that the client acted in lawful self defense of another. All charges were dismissed.


Case Dismissed.  All parole violation charges of possession of a firearm assault, absconding parole supervision and failing to follow a direct parole instruction were dismissed due to a violation of our client's right to a speedy hearing.


Case Dismissed. Minor charged with assault likely to produce great bodily injury with a weapon (a knife) and criminal threats resulted in dismissal of all charges at the pre-trial conference. Our claims and evidence of lawful self defense led to this two strike petition being dismissed in its entirely.


Case Dismissed. Parole violation charges of domestic assault, driving on suspended license, and changing address without informing the Dept. of Adult Parole Operations were all dismissed upon successful objections to the introduction of hearsay evidence.


Case Dismissed. Parole violation was dismissed at probable cause hearing for lack of supporting evidence.

 

Case Dismissed. Both charges of commercial burglary and vandalism felony charges were dismissed for insufficient evidence after our investigation and negotiation with the District Attorney.


Case Dismissed. Agreement was reached where the charges against our client were dismissed once he completed counseling and community service hours.


Case Dismissed. Unlawful use of teargas charges were dismissed after our investigation showed that use was in self defense.


Case Dismissed. Parole violation dismissed by Board of Prison Hearings at Morrissey Hearing ("Revocation Hearing") after Comito Objection was sustained. Allegations of domestic violence were dismissed due to our inability to cross-examine alleged victim when she failed to attend the hearing.

 

Case Dismissed.  Comito Objection was granted leading to this parole violation allegation being dismissed. Charges were domestic violence, false imprisonment, burglary and vandalism.

 

Case Dismissed.  Parole hold for loitering in a known drug area was dropped after showing the client was at the location for lawful purpose.

 

Case Dismissed.  Parole allegations of sexual battery were dismissed. Client was accused of sexual misconduct with a guard at Cal. State Prison Sacramento. The case was dismissed due to lack of evidence presented by the State. Commissioner granted Comito objection which was granted and led to the case being dismissed.


Case Dismissed. Parole violation was dismissed at probable cause hearing for lack of sufficient evidence to hold client in custody.

 

Case Dismissed. Our research showed that the client was eligible for Non-Revocable Parole ("NRP"). Accordingly, the client's parole hold  under Penal Code Section 3056 was dropped and the client released from custody.

 

Case Dismissed.  District Attorney dismissed case after Judge granted our motion to suppress illegally obtained evidence. Minor was searched without probable cause. This search led to the illegal discovery of methamphetamine. 

 

Case Dismissed.  Case dismissed after our showing the limited mental capacity of our client, coupled with the lack of eye-witnesses to the discharge of a firearm, showed the co-defendant, not our client was most likely the perpetrator. The District Attorney conceded that they could not prove the case and dismissed the charges for insufficient evidence.

Case Dismissed.  Parole violation dismissed for lack of sufficient evidence.

Case Dismissed.  Charges of breaking into a school and stealing and vandalizing property were dismissed after our investigation showed the identification of our client was not reliable for the prosecution to continue. Case dismissed for insufficient evidence. Case Dismissed. Parole violation dismissed for lack of sufficient evidence.

Case Dismissed. Client was involved in several residential burglaries with older, more sophisticated defendants known to law enforcement. Client agreed to testify against co-defendant and had his case dismissed. Law enforcement was very eager to do whatever was necessary to convict the co-defendant. Victim restitution, estimated at over $20,000.00 was not ordered to client due to this agreement. (Note: we do not generally advise clients testify against other participants for favorable treatment from the District Attorney.  However, this is a decision that can only be made by the client).

Case Dismissed.  Parole violation was dismissed at probable cause hearing for lack of sufficient evidence to hold client in custody.

Case Dismissed.  When our client had both a juvenile case and adult matter pending, we were able to  get the District Attorney and Court to agree to dismiss the juvenile matter as part of an adult plea agreement.

Case Dismissed.  Successfully argued that the parole violation allegations were not supported by the evidence. Commissioner agreed and dismissed the case.

Case Dismissed.  Client's charges of attempted burglary were dismissed after the client provided proof of completing counseling.

Case Dismissed.  Juvenile matter dismissed when client was convicted of unrelated adult case.

 

Case Dismissed.  Parole violation dismissed. No supporting evidence was provided to support allegations. Hold dropped.

 

Case Dismissed.  On day of pretrial, District Attorney dismissed case. District attorney stated they had insufficient evidence to proceed after our negotiations and reviewing our investigation.

 

Case Dismissed. Felony Robbery ("strike") allegation dismissed after our investigation raised reasonable doubts as to our client's involvement.


Case Dismissed. Allegations of being in possession of a stolen vehicle was dismissed after discussing the case with the District Attorney. There was insufficient evidence to prove that our client knew the vehicle was in fact stolen when he was in the vehicle. 

Case Dismissed.  Robbery allegation dismissed after our private investigator raised significant doubts as to our client's involvement.

 

Case Dismissed.  Our objections at the Parole Board Hearing led to the charges being dismissed and our client's parole hold being lifted.

 

Case Dismissed.  Robbery charges dismissed after showing that our client did not match the description given by the witnesses. DA agreed to dismiss rather than run a lineup motion as we requested.

 

Case Dismissed.  District Attorney and Court agreed to dismiss juvenile matter as part of an adult plea agreement.

 

Case Dismissed.  Client's parole hold was dismissed at Morrissey Hearing after our Comito objection was sustained.

 

Case Dismissed. Parole violation allegations were dismissed after resolving issue with parolee and Department of Parole Operations. 

 

Case Dismissed. Allegation of associating with prohibited persons was dismissed and parole hold dropped after we showed that the client had no knowledge (and no reasonable way to have known) the person with whom he was associating was a validated gang member.

 

Case Dismissed.  Parole violation of possession of dangerous and deadly weapons, under Penal Code Section 12020 was dismissed after showing Commissioner law on what is a dirk or dagger under the California Law. The item in possession of our client was not illegal.

 

Case Dismissed. Morrissey Hearing resulted in dismissal of parole violation charges due to lack of supporting evidence at that hearing.

 

Case Dismissed. Our investigation led to statements that exculpated parole violation client at Board hearing.

 

Case Dismissed.  Our objections at the Parole Board Hearing led to the charges being dismissed and our client's parole hold being lifted.

 

Case Dismissed.  Parole violation was dismissed at probable cause hearing for lack of sufficient evidence to hold client in custody.

 

Case Dismissed.  Parole violation dismissed for lack of sufficient evidence.

 

Case Dismissed. Charges of making criminal threats, brandishing a firearm, and gang association were dismissed by the Board of Prison Hearings after alibi investigation exonerated our client. 

 

Case Dismissed. Possession of a firearm on school grounds was dismissed after our research proved the item in question, a partial paintball gun, was not precluded by law.

 

Case Dismissed. Commercial burglary, conspiracy and failing to comply with Jessica's Law GPS orders was dismissed after our investigation raised significant doubt as to the evidence presented by the State.

 

Case Dismissed. Violations of the Valdivia timelines resulted in dismissal of parole violation.

 

Case Dismissed. Allegation of possession of forged documents was dismissed after our investigation proved the items were possessed without intent to use the documents in question.

 

Case Dismissed. Parole violation was dismissed after our arguments to the Board of Prison Hearings that the local adjudication would provide better rehabilitative services than would a return to prison.

 

Case Dismissed. Charges of non-compliance with Jessica's Law GPS and absconding parole supervision were dismissed after our cross examination of the arresting officer.

 

Case Dismissed. Juvenile DUI, battery, and petty theft were dismissed after we presented court with proof of counseling, community service, and sanctions imposed by the minor's parents.

 

Case Dismissed. Violation action was dismissed after our objection to procedural deficiencies in discovery and our right to fully prepare and cross examine State witnesses.

 

Case Dismissed. Parole violation dismissed.

 

Case Dismissed. Resisting arrest charges dismissed after negotiations with District Attorney and judge.

 

Case Dismissed. Domestic violence parole violation was dismissed after our investigation raised substantial questions about the credibility of the complaining witness.

 

Case Dismissed. Arson charges were dismissed after our investigation showed the minor was a witness and not the person who made or threw the multiple molotov cocktails.

 

Case Dismissed. Parole violation was dismissed at the probable cause hearing after the Deputy Commissioner agreed with our argument that no probable cause supported the charges.

 

Case Dismissed. Parole violation was dismissed after our objection to due process violations was granted.

 

Case Dismissed. Domestic violence parole violation was dismissed at parole revocation hearing based on insufficient evidence.

 

Case Dismissed. Parole violation was dismissed after legal research resolved issue.

 

Case Dismissed. Parole violation was dismissed upon our motion to allow parolee to serve local commitment without consecutive parole sanctions.

 

Case Dismissed. Parole violation dismissed at Morrissey Hearing due to insufficiency of evidence after legal objections precluding unreliable testimony was granted.

 

Case Dismissed. Drunk in public parole violation dismissed after our investigation and defense showed that the state

failed to prove a violation of law.

 

Case Dismissed. Charges of resisting arrest and vehicle theft dismissed after our investigation showed that the incorrect apartment was searched during police pursuit and the wrong persons arrested.

 

Case Dismissed. Charge of petty theft dismissed after we proved mistaken identity in which another party used our client's name upon arrest.

 

Case Dismissed. Domestic battery parole violation dismissed based upon insufficient evidence, as evidenced by our objections and argument at the parole violation hearing. 

 

Case Dismissed. Robbery charge was dismissed after it was proven that the eye witness identification was not strong enough to support a conviction. 

 

Case Dismissed. Absconding parole charge was dismissed after the state was found to have violated our client's right to a speedy hearing. 

 

Case Dismissed. Parole violation charges of extortion and making criminal threats were dismissed after aggressive cross examination of the alleged victim and witnesses led to significant doubts as to their credibility. 

 

Case Dismissed. Domestic violence parole violation charge was dismissed for insufficient evidence after our cross examination of the state's witnesses. 

 

Case Dismissed. Robbery charge, a "strike" under the three-strikes law, was dismissed for insufficient evidence after our investigation raised substantial doubt that the eye witness identification of our client was valid.  

 

Case Dismissed. Minor was charged with making an explosive device. We were able to negotiate a conditional dismissal of the charges after presenting mitigating evidence. 

 

Case Dismissed. Alleged parole violation of using methamphetamine was dismissed after our investigation uncovered several errors in the laboratory report putting the proffered positive sample in doubt.  

 

Case Dismissed. Objection to improper evidence under United States v. Comito (9th Cir. 1999) 177 F.3d 1166, was granted resulting in the allegation of making criminal threats being dismissed.

 

Case Dismissed. Parole violation dismissed based on our objection to violations of due process and non-compliance with procedural requirements when filing violation of parole.

 

Case Dismissed. Charges of possession of a firearm and vehicle theft were dismissed after our investigation showed that our client had no knowledge of the gun or that the vehicle was stolen at the time the client was in the vehicle.

 

Case Dismissed. Charge of possession of a controlled substance was dismissed after testing showed that it was not an illegal substance.

 

Case Dismissed. Charges of receiving stolen property, possession of burglary tools, and criminal/terrorist threats were all dismissed after we proved the officer substantially copied a prior report, which report was inaccurate as applied to this case's facts. After hearing this evidence, the Deputy Commissioner of Parole Hearings found the police report untrustworthy and dismissed all charges.

 

Case Dismissed. Charge of robbery with a strike was dismissed after we uncovered evidence showing the victim's identification of our client was in error and our client was not present at the scene of the robbery.

 

Case Dismissed. Domestic violence charge dismissed after proving that the alleged victim fabricated evidence. 

 

Charge Dismissed. Charge of elder abuse was dismissed by the Board of Prison Hearings after it was shown that our client did not have a legal responsibility, or duty, to provide care to a nonrelatives.

 

Case Dismissed. The Board of Prison Hearings dismissed client's parole violation charge of unlawful contact with an individual after we provided proof that the parole agent led our client to believe the contact was permissible and sanctioned by parole.

 

Case Dismissed. Charge of first degree residential burglary was dismissed by the District Attorney after our investigation and review of the case showed there was insufficient evidence. 

 

Case Dismissed. District Attorney agreed to dismiss petty theft charges and handle the matter informally for juvenile work project. 

 

Case Dismissed. Attempted robbery charge was dismissed by the District Attorney after our investigation showed that the conduct was related to a robbery that was already litigated in the adult court pursuant to a direct file.


Case Dismissed. Board of Prison Hearings Deputy Commissioner dismissed all charges of receiving stolen property, check fraud, and forgery after our cross examination of the arresting officer. The officer admitted on cross examination that he was not privy to all of the related facts at the time of arrest and testified that, upon review of investigation obtained after his involvement on the case, he did not believe that our client was involved in the criminal activity. 

 

Case Dismissed. Robbery with a firearm charges were dismissed by the District Attorney after reviewing and investigating witness statements that proved the innocence of our client.

 

Case Dismissed. Parole violation charges were dismissed by Deputy Commissioner of the Board of Prison Hearings after reviewing our legal research and case investigation.

 

Restitution Reduced. Restitution was reduced by 59% after consideration of our investigation and research by the court. 

 

Case Dismissed. All charges were dismissed and client released after our investigation proved our client was not involved in the alleged parole violation. 

 

Case Dismissed. Our client was charged with a gang-related assault whereupon the victim's nose was broken during that assault. After review of our investigation by the District Attorney, all charges were dismissed.

 

Case Dismissed.  Parole violation dismissed. Client released from custody.

 

Case Dismissed.   Objection to lack of sufficient evidence led to parole violation being dismissed.

 

Case Dismissed.  Parole violation dismissed. There was insufficient evidence to convince the commissioner by a preponderance of evidence that our client was responsible for the alleged crime.

 

Case Dismissed.  Parole violation dismissed. No supporting evidence was provided to support allegations. Hold dropped.

 

Case Dismissed.  Parole violation dismissed for lack of sufficient evidence.

 

Case Dismissed.  Objection to lack of sufficient evidence was granted. Parole hold and violation dismissed.

 

Case Dismissed.  Allegations of possession of meth for sales were dismissed by Board of Prison Hearings after we successfully argued that the supporting evidence was insufficient to violation our client.

 

Case Dismissed.  Parole violation allegation not found true at hearing.

Case Dismissed.  Parole hold released after arguing at hearing that the evidence was not enough to justify return to prison on violation.

 

Case Dismissed.  Penal Code 3056 Parole Hold was dropped after our supporting evidence showed the allegation was not true.

 

Case Dismissed.  Parole violation was dismissed after argument at Board hearing.

 

Case Dismissed.  Morrissey Hearing resulted in dismissal of parole violation charges. Our witnesses presented evidence that rendered the allegations not able to be proven by a preponderance of the evidence.  

 

Case Dismissed.  Comito objection to lack of ability to cross examine witnesses infringed on our parole violation client's due process rights. Case dismissed.

  

Case Dismissed.  Objections at parole violation hearing led to dismissal of case.

 

Parole Violation Dismissed. Parole violation alleging assault with a deadly weapon while in Folsom Prison was dismissed due to the States failure to comply with our client's due process rights.

$24,000 Reduction in Restitution. Our client was held responsible for a residential burglary and restitution was ordered. We challenged the order and the Court ultimately reduced the restitution by 42%. 

 

Parole Violation Dismissed. Parole charges of battery were dismissed due to the States failure to comply with our client's due process rights.

 

Case Dismissed. District Attorney dismissed all charges of a gang related assault after our investigation uncovered witnesses that showed our client acted in lawful self defense. 

 

All Charges Dismissed. Board of Parole Hearings Deputy Commissioner dismissed all charges and released parole hold after considering our arguments that the interests of justice would be served with such a result. 

 

Case Dismissed. Minor was charged with an assault resulting in great bodily injury where the victim sustained nearly forty thousand dollars in medical bills. Our witness statements proved the minor was acting in lawful defense of others as the victim was armed with a weapon at the time of the altercation.

 

Case Dismissed. All charges against our client were dismissed after the District Attorney conceded that the eye-witness testimony was unreliable and the case could not be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.  

 

Case Dismissed. Violation of probation charge was dismissed after obtaining witness statements that cast serious doubt on the allegations. 

 

Case Dismissed. All juvenile delinquency charges of possession of marijuana on school grounds were dismissed after proving the minor had attended drug counseling and no longer needed probationary intervention. 

 

Case Dismissed. Charge of residential burglary was dismissed for insufficient evidence after our investigation raised serious questions about the credibility of a codefendant's allegations against, and implication of, our client.

 

Case Dismissed. Parole revocation was dismissed after we produced evidence and witnesses that led the Deputy Commissioner of the Board of Prison Hearings to dismiss all charges and drop the client's parole hold.  

 

Case Dismissed. Our client was a suspect in connection with a gang-related shooting. The case was ultimately dismissed after our investigation uncovered exculpatory evidence showing that the District Attorney could not prove the charges. 

 

Case Dismissed. After the District Attorney reviewed our investigation and legal research the charges of carjacking and elder abuse were dismissed.

 

Case Dismissed. Our client was charged with participating in a robbery. Our investigation and representation led the District Attorney to concede there was insufficient evidence to proceed to trial. The case was subsequently dismissed.

 

Case Dismissed. Our investigation produced evidence presented in a parole revocation Morrissey Hearing that led to all charges of possession of burglary tools and possession of illegal weapons being dismissed.

 

Case Dismissed. Client's charges of second degree burglary were dismissed after eyewitness statements exculpating our client were reviewed by the District Attorney. The client was arrested with the true perpetrators only moments after the crime. 

 

Case Dismissed. Board of Prison Hearings Deputy Commissioner dismissed all parole violation allegations of domestic battery at Morrissey Hearing after sustaining our objections to the state parole officer's attempt to present improper evidence.

 

Case Dismissed. Parole violation charges against parolee client were dismissed by the Deputy Commissioner after we successfully argued that the charges were improperly filed.

 

Case Dismissed. Client was charged with grand theft auto. Based upon what we believed was weak evidence, we conducted our own investigation that uncovered serious questions about the alleged victim's credibility. The day before trial, the District Attorney conceded that they lacked sufficient evidence to prove the charges and dismissed the case.

 

Case Dismissed. Client was charged with vandalizing numerous vehicles. We aggressively investigated the purported identification of our client. The District Attorney dismissed the case on the eve of trial. 

 

Case Dismissed. Client was charged with a violation of parole for stabbing another parolee with a pen. We successfully argued that the parolee was acting in self defense. 

 

Case Dismissed. Client was charged with loitering with intent to commit prostitution. Our investigation led the District Attorney to concede they could not prove their case and resulted in all charges being dismissed against our client.

 

Case Dismissed.  Charges of a gang motivated assault were dismissed after we presented evidence that showed the alleged victim had a significant motive to fabricate the allegations and was a biased witness.

 

Case Dismissed. District Attorney dismissed all charges of vandalism against our client after our investigation showed that the charges were unsupported and not provable under the law.

 

Case Dismissed. Board of Prison Hearings Commissioner dismissed our client's violation of parole and released that client after considering our argument that the condition of parole imposed by the state was not legal. 

 

Case Dismissed. Client charged with terrorist threats and false imprisonment had his case dismissed after our investigation led the District Attorney to concede they could not prove the allegations. 

 

Case Dismissed. Commissioner held the state failed to prove the client "possessed" a firearm that was in the client's vehicle.

 

Case Dismissed. Vehicle theft and receiving stolen property charges dismissed after the Commissioner agreed the state lacked probable cause the subject committed the alleged crimes.

 

Case Dismissed. Client was charged with an assault on staff while in custody at a correction facility. The case was dismissed for procedural violations of the client's rights to a timely hearing. 

 

Case Dismissed. Client was charged with violating a restraining order and harassing her former boyfriend. Our investigation and cross examination of the complaining witness exposed inconsistencies in her statement, a bias against our client, and led to the witness admitting she lied in her report to law enforcement. All charges were dismissed. 

 

Case Dismissed. All charges were dismissed in the "McClatchy High School Attempted Murder Plot" case. Our investigation helped convince the District Attorney that the conspiracy charges were unfounded and led to the local media questioning the law enforcement tactics used in this case. (Articles linked). 

 

Case Dismissed. Client was charged with two counts of statutory rape. Both charges were dismissed after cross examination of the alleged victim and evidence presented by our defense proved the allegations were not credible.

 

Case Dismissed. Client was charged with rape by force and rape with a foreign object, both strike charges, and was facing nine years in Department of Juvenile Justice facilities. After extensive investigation into the alleged victim's background and credibility, subponea records, discussions with expert medical witnesses, and other investigation, the District Attorney conceded the case should be dismissed. 

 

Strike Charges Dismissed. We successfully negotiated a disposition that removed two strong arm robbery strike charges filed against our client. If those charges had been sustained, the client would have been at risk for a 25-year to life sentence for any felony for the rest of the client's life. 

 

Client Paroled. Client was committed to the Department of Juvenile Justice for carjacking with the personal use of a firearm. We successfully argued at his parole suitability hearing for his release, thus avoiding a potential maximum confinement until 2013.

 

Case Dismissed. Client was charged along with several others for assault. Our investigation and questioning of the prosecution witnesses left substantial doubt whether the state had charged the right person.

 

Case Dismissed. Client was charged with sexual battery. Our investigation uncovered serious doubts as to whether the victim picked the correct suspect during a cross-racial lineup. Upon review of our investigation, the District Attorney dismissed the case on the day of trial.

 

Court Ruling Reversed. Client was released on electronic monitoring pending case investigation. We successfully argued to have the case dismissed, however the court denied a motion to refund the fees charged by the county for electronic monitoring. We filed a motion for reconsideration and the Department of Revenue Recovery reversed the charges, thereby resulting in no restitution costs to the client.

 

Dismissed.  Client was charged with violating traffic laws causing an accident.  After trial, the judge ruled in favor of defense favor absolving client from paying restitution for the totaled vehicle.

 

Case Dismissed. Client was charged with robbery after being identified by the victim. Our investigation uncovered evidence that the victim was mistaken. After review, the District Attorney conceded they may have charged the wrong person, and subsequently dismissed the case.

 

Case Dismissed. Client charged with failure to register as a registered sex offender PC 290. Our research and motions resulted in an order that our client was improperly required to register per 290 and clarified that 290 does not apply to our client.

 

Restitution Reduced. Minor caused substantial damage when driving under the influence. Our investigation and research successfully reduced the court's order of restitution to the property owner by 63%.

 

Case Dismissed. Client was in fight with another girl from her neighborhood. After being injured, the neighbor called the police and reported that our client started the fight and caused her injuries. The District Attorney dismissed the case at the pretrial conference citing to the court that our investigation left them with serious doubts as to whom was the instigator of the altercation, and conceded that our client likely acted in self defense.

 

Case Dismissed. Minor charged with being an accessory to a robbery purse snatch, a strike allegation, had her case dismissed on the day of trial. After reviewing our investigation and arguments, the District Attorney realized that they had charged the wrong person and dismissed all charges.

 

Case Dismissed. Minor was charged with assault with a deadly weapon with an enhancement of infliction of great bodily injury for stabbing a boy in the back, stomach, and shoulder. At trial, the case was dismissed by the judge when our investigation and evidence showed the minor was acting in lawful self defense.

 

Case Dismissed. Minor charged with assault with a deadly weapon, a golf club. The case was dismissed after investigation tracked down witnesses who proved the minor was acting in legal self defense.

 

Case Dismissed. Client was the passenger in a vehicle found to contain nearly 100 individually wrapped rocks of cocaine and over $500 cash. After being charged with possession of cocaine for sale, our investigation discovered information that led the State to dismiss the case.

 

Case Dismissed. Minor was charged with a triple stabbing in Howard Park allegedly over a drug sales transaction gone bad. By aggressively scouring phone records, interviewing witnesses, and subpoenaing medical records, our investigation showed the stabbings were committed in self defense. The District Attorney originally filed this case as three strikes of assault with a deadly weapon or assault by force likely to produce great bodily injury.

 

Case Dismissed. Minor was charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a minor under fourteen years of age (child molest). Our immediate and aggressive investigation and filing of motions led the court to dismiss the case upon the District Attorney admitting they had insufficient evidence.

 

Case Dismissed. The District Attorney dismissed charges of possession of marijuana for sale after our investigation showed that several people had access to area where drugs were discovered.

 

Case Dismissed. Case is dismissed after our investigation tracked down several eyewitnesses who confirmed that our client was acting in self defense and was not guilty of assault or battery on school grounds.

 

Case Dismissed. Juvenile was charged with assault and battery. Our investigation proved that the minor was not the person involved. Case dismissed by the District Attorney after reviewing our investigation.

 

Case Dismissed. Client charged with being go-between in hand to hand sales of cocaine to under cover officers. Our research and investigation convinced the District Attorney that the conduct of the minor was not illegal.

 

Case Dismissed. Client, a passenger in vehicle, was searched and found to be in possession of a concealed handgun on his person. Case dismissed after we successfully argued that the search was a violation of our client's Fourth Amendment rights not to be unreasonably searched. The court agreed and stopped the District Attorney from using any evidence discovered by the officer's illegal actions. Case was dismissed for lack of admissible evidence.

In Re Anthony C. 3rd District Court of Appeals reverses jury's findings to extend a California Youth Authority commitment in rare published opinion citing insufficiency of evidence as argued by Wraymond Plummer during a lengthy jury trial. The appellate opinion can be found at: http://fsnews.findlaw.com/cases/ca/caapp4th/slip/2006/c048529.html

 

Case Dismissed. Court dismissed all charges after we asserted the prosecution violated our client's right to a speedy trial ("Serna Motion"). Our client was charged with a domestic violence assault and vandalism. Law enforcement failed to charge our client for over 2 years.

 

Case Dismissed. Client was charged with embezzlement and theft. District Attorney dismissed the case after we researched, prepared, and filed a "Serna Motion" to dismiss the case for violating our client's due process right to a speedy trial.

 

Case Dismissed. Our client was stopped by law enforcement and searched. The officer squeezed items in her pocket and discovered methamphetamine. We asserted the officer's conduct violated our client's right not to be unreasonably searched or seized. The court agreed and precluded the District Attorney from using any evidence discovered by the officer's illegal actions. Case was dismissed for lack of admissible evidence.

 

Case Dismissed. Client was charged with disturbing the peace for yelling at a courthouse clerk and several Sheriff Officers for at least 10 minutes in the Carol Miller Courthouse. Jury voted 10 to 2 for not guilty after we asserted his actions were protected by the First Amendment's right to free speech. The District Attorney dismissed the case after the jury verdict.

 

Case Dismissed. Our client was illegally pulled over when driving with a temporary registration sticker. Drugs were subsequently discovered. We asserted that the vehicle stop was an illegal search and seizure and violated the Fourth Amendment. The court agreed and deemed all contraband to be illegally discovered and inadmissible. Case was dismissed for lack of evidence.

 

Jury Acquittal. Adult client was acquitted of driving under the influence of marijuana "DUI." Our investigation and use of drug effect experts proved to the jury that our client was innocent. Client did have to pay a $100 fine for being in possession of marijuana.

 

Case Dismissed. Adult client was accused of drunk driving. Our investigation proved that our client was not the person driving the vehicle. After the jury refused to convict our client, the District Attorney dismissed the case.

 

Case Dismissed. District Attorney dismisses all charges against after jury refused to convict our client of fighting in public and disturbing the peace. Our investigation showed our client was acting in self defense.

 

Case Dismissed. The District Attorney takes unusual steps of dismissing the case during the trial after our cross examination of the alleged victim of a domestic violence case. Our investigation showed that the complaining witness was not credible and had changed her story on numerous occasions.

 

Case Dismissed. Sexual assault charges were dismissed by the judge after we filed a motion showing our client's due process right to a speedy trial was violated.

 

Case Dismissed. Adult client was charged with robbery. Our investigation proved to a jury that a relative of the client was the real perpetrator. The jury voted eleven to one for not guilty leading the District Attorney to dismiss all charges.

 

Case Dismissed. Adult client had jury conviction of domestic violence set aside and motion for new trial was granted after juror misconduct was discovered. We represented the client on retrial. Our investigation showed violent behavior by alleged victim that led the District Attorney dismissing the case.

 

Agreement to Dismiss Case. Adult client was charged with felony In Home-Support Services fraud where the District Attorney initially wanted a two year prison sentence. Our investigation led the District Attorney to agree to release the client and further agree to dismiss the case once the overcharged funds were returned.

 

Dismissed. Adult client was charged with stealing electricity and growing marijuana. Several pounds of marijuana were discovered in the client's house along with numerous pieces of false identification and gun in the client's vehicle. We filed a "Speedy Trial Motion" that led to the case being dismissed for violating our client's due process rights.

 

Dismissed. A search of a motel room rented by our client and a friend discovered methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia consistent with drug sales. Our investigation led the District Attorney to dismiss the case.

 

Dismissed. Charges were dismissed after the real perpetrator took responsibility for 1.5 lbs of pot, methamphetamine, and a loaded gun .32 caliber handgun.

 

Dismissed. Client was charged with committing credit card fraud where he sold a relatively large quantity of merchandise to an individual without proper identification. Our investigation showed that our client was not properly trained and took all the security steps he was instructed to take.


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Wraymond K. Plummer is licensed to practice law in California, practicing in Sacramento County and surrounding areas only, and does not seek to represent anyone based solely on a visit to the attorney's web site. These successful cases are an example of possible outcomes and are actual cases. However, every legal case is different, has its own facts, and no promise or guarantee of outcome is given or intended. 

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