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  • Los Angeles County - PC 311.11(a) Case - No Jail Time

    July 2022

    Our Los Angeles client was arrested for a violation of Penal Code Section 311.11(a) – (Misdemeanor Possession of Child or Youth Pornography).  After a thorough work up of the case, the presentation of a strong mitigation case, and aggressive negotiations with the Los Angeles County District Attor... Read On

  • Alameda County - 3rd DUI - No Jail Time

    July 2022

    Berkeley client was still on probation when he was arrested again for a 3rd misdemeanor violation of Vehicle Code Section 23152(a) – (driving under the influence of an alcoholic beverage) and violation of Vehicle Code Section 23152(b) – (driving with a blood alcohol of .08% or higher). Aggressive... Read On

  • San Francisco Client Under Investigation for Possession of Child Pornography

    June 2022

    Our client in San Francisco was under investigation for possession of child pornography. After taking an aggressive approach and numerous contacts with the San Francisco Police Department and San Francisco District Attorney's Office, NO CHARGES FILED. Read On

  • Santa Clara County Client Facing Lifetime Registration

    May 2022

    Mountain View, California client was initially charged with Two Counts of violation of Penal Code Section 243.4(e)(1) - (Touching an Intimate Part of Another Person) and One Count of a violation of 647.6(a)(1) - (Annoying or Molesting a Child) and was facing lifetime Penal Code 290 sex offender r... Read On

  • Alameda County - Petition for Certificate of Rehabilitation and Petition to Terminate Sex Offender Registration GRANTED

    May 2022

    Our client in Berkeley was charged with two felony violations of Penal Code Section 243.4 – (sexual battery) and one felony violation of Penal Code Section 236 – (false imprisonment).  After conducting a thorough mitigation investigation, negotiating with the Alameda County District Attorney's Of... Read On

  • Contra Costa County - Child Molestation Investigation

    May 2022

    Our client in Danville was under investigation for child molestation.  After taking an aggressive approach and numerous contacts with the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Investigations Division, NO CHARGES FILED. Read On

  • Marin County DUI Reduced to Lesser Charge

    April 2022

    Client arrested in Marin County for a misdemeanor violation of Vehicle Code Section 23152(a) – (driving under the influence of an alcoholic beverage) and violation of Vehicle Code Section 23152(b) – (driving with a blood alcohol of .08% or higher). Aggressive negotiations with the District Attorn... Read On

  • Alameda County Client Removed from 290 Registration

    February 2022

    Our client in Alameda County was convicted in San Diego County of a sex offense that had required him to register as a sex offender pursuant to Penal Code section 290 for more than 20 years. Our client was ecstatic when the court granted his petition to be removed from the 290 sex offender regist... Read On

  • Alameda County - Child Molestation Investigation - No Charges Filed

    February 2022

    Our client in Hayward was under investigation for child molestation.  After taking an aggressive approach and numerous contacts with the Hayward Criminal Investigations Bureau (S.A.F.E. Task Force) and Alameda County District Attorney's Office, no charges were filed. Read On

  • Alameda County - Failure to Register Case Dismissed

    February 2022

    Our Union City client was charged with Two Counts of a felony violation of Penal Code Section 290.012(a)/290.018(b) - (Failure to Register).  Creative negotiations with the Alameda County District Attorney's Office led to a dismissal of charges pursuant to a civil compromise. Read On

  • Santa Clara County - 290 Petition Granted

    January 2022

    Client was convicted in Santa Clara County of a felony violation of Penal Code Section 288(a) – (Lewd or Lascivious Act with a Minor). The court granted our client's petition to be removed from sex offenders registration. Read On

  • Santa Clara County - PC 647.6(a)(1) - Deferred Entry of Judgment - Charges Dismissed

    January 2022

    Palo Alto, California client was initially charged with a misdemeanor violation of Penal Code Section 647.6(a)(1) - (Annoying or Molesting a Child) and was facing a minimum of 10 years 290 sex offender registration.  After aggressive negotiations with the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Of... Read On

  • Alameda County Conspiracy to Commit a Crime - Deferred Entry of Judgment

    January 2022

    Client in Stockton, California was charged with a felony violation of Penal Code Section 182(a)(1) - (Conspiracy to Commit a Crime) and a felony violation of Unemployment Insurance Code 2101(a) - (False Statement, Representation or Concealment) in Alameda County.  A strong mitigation case and an ... Read On

  • Ventura County Client Removed from 290 Sex Offender Registration

    January 2022

    Client was convicted in Ventura County of a sex offense that had required him to register as a sex offender pursuant to Penal Code section 290 for more than 12 years. Our client was ecstatic when the court granted his petition to be removed from the 290 sex offender registration list. Read On

  • Santa Clara County Juvenile Sexual Battery Case

    October 2021

    Our client in Sunnyvale California was referred to the Santa Clara County Juvenile Probation Office for a violation of Penal Code Section 243.4(a) – (Sexual Battery). The client was facing potential lifetime sex registration. Aggressive negotiations with the Santa Clara County Juvenile Probation ... Read On

  • San Joaquin County Client Under Investigation for Child Pornography - No Charges Filed

    July 2021

    Our client in Stockton, California was under investigation for possession and distribution of child pornography.  After numerous contacts with the Lodi Police Department and a thorough investigation, gathering of impeachment evidence of the reporting party and aggressive negotiations with the San... Read On

  • San Francisco Client Under Investigation for Possession of Child Pornography - No Criminal Charges Filed

    July 2021

    Our client in San Francisco, California was under investigation for possession of child pornography.  After taking an aggressive approach and numerous contacts with the San Francisco Police Department and San Francisco District Attorney's office, no criminal charges were filed. Read On

  • Contra Costa County Client Charged with Petty Theft - Charges Dismissed

    July 2021

    Thanks to aggressive negotiations, our client (from an immigrant family and first in his family to go to college) in Hercules was only charged with a misdemeanor violation of Penal Code Section 484 - (Petty Theft) after embezzling items that could have brought a felony charge.  Further negotiatio... Read On

  • Santa Clara County Client Charged with Solicitation of Prostitution - Case Dismissed - Record Sealed

    July 2021

    Our client was arrested in Milpitas and charged in Santa Clara County Superior Court with a misdemeanor violation of Penal Code Section 647(b) – (Solicitation of Prostitution). We negotiated for an offer of diversion, the case was ultimately dismissed and our client's petition to seal his arrest ... Read On

  • San Francisco Client Under Investigation for Sexual Assault - No Charges Filed

    April 2021

    Our client in San Francisco was under investigation for sexual assault.  After taking an aggressive approach and numerous contacts with the San Francisco Police Department, the San Francisco District Attorney's Office and the Alameda County District Attorney Office's, no charges were filed. Read On

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“The death penalty is a lie, a misguided mistake born of anger and frustration. Capital punishment has become a perverse monument to inequality, to how some lives matter and others do not. It is a violent example of how we protect and value the rich and abandon and devalue the poor. The death penalty is a grim, disturbing shadow formed by the legacy of racial apartheid and bias against the poor that condemns the disfavored among us, but corrupts us all. It’s the perverse symbol elected officials use to strengthen their ‘tough on crime’ reputations and distract us from confronting the causes of violence. It is finally the enemy of grace, redemption and all of us who recognize that each person is more than their worse act.”
- Bryan Stevenson

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