Beginning in 2010 and continuing to this time, a number of law firms in locations across the country have filed suits, on behalf of independent film owners, against large numbers of unnamed or “Doe” defendants, alleging that they copied or… Read more »
Welfare fraud is committed when a person intentionally misuses the Arizona welfare program. The act may be committed if a person intentionally withholds certain information that is required or provides false information. Perhaps a person misrepresents their income in order… Read more »
Prop. 200 1st Strike: If you are convicted of your first drug offense, the law requires that you be placed on probation, and the law does not require you to be sentenced to any jail or prison time. As part… Read more »
Diversion provides many first-time offenders an opportunity to participate in relevant counseling rather than proceeding through the court system and establishing a criminal record. Through counseling and classes, participants are guided toward alternative methods of managing and understanding the kind of… Read more »
The days of decoy police officers walking the street in scantly clad outfits is a thing of the past. Thanks to the internet, social media and communications apps like KIK, the police are letting you do the walking. Police decoys… Read more »
Client found not guilty in Federal District Court charged with Bank Robbery. Defendant made admissions while in workhouse on Misdemeanor charges and expert testimony was utilized to establish reasonable doubt and jury acquitted after two days of deliberation.
Secured a case dismissal in a Criminal Damage to Property matter when Jury found client guilty, but determined that there was no dollar value to property damaged.
Wells Fargo employee acquitted on all charges in a case that spanned two years of investigation from the Secret Service and the Minnesota Financial Crimes Task Force in which over $50 million was claimed to be defrauded by U.S. banks…. Read more »