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2016 Attorney Case Results

Disclaimer: Past results are posted here for historical reference only. Every case is unique and past results are no guarantee of future success.

February 2016: Motion to Suppress granted in Fairfax County Circuit Court on Possession of Cocaine Charge. Judge ruled that search of defendant violated the Fourth Amendment because there was no probable cause at the time.

February 2016: Client charged in Fairfax with 7 counts of Embezzlement totalling over $20,000. All but 1 count dismissed at preliminary hearing.

February 2016: High speed reckless driving charge in Stafford County General District Court reduced to 3 point traffic infraction.

February 2016: Bond Motion granted for client charged with Malicous Wounding, Felony Domestic Violence, Abuction, Strangulation and Violation of a Protective Order.

February 2016: Client Charged with Driving on a Suspended License had bench warrant issued against him for Failure to Appear when he missed his first court date. After hired lawyer, both charges were dimssed.

February 2016: Juvenile charged with Assault at school in Prince William County Juvenile Court. Sentenced to probation and counseling.

February 2016: Client facing 5 year mandatory minimum for Possession of a Firearm While Distributing More than Five Pounds of Marijuana (18 lbs). Gun charged dropped and marijuan amount reduced to less than 5 pounds pursuant to plea agreement.

February 2016: Client charged with Felony Shoplifting (Grand Larceny) and Larceny With Intent to Sell in Fairfax. Both charges dropped at preliminary hearing.

February 2016: Client sentenced to low end of the sentencing guidelines for multiple counts of possession of child pornography. Originally charged with distribution of child porn but charges were reduced during plea negotiations. Sentence ensured that client will serve time in local jail rather than prison envirnonment.

January 2016: Client charged with 3rd offense Driving on a Suspended License and 2nd Offense Possession of Marijuana. Lawyer was able to convince prosecutor to agree to no jail time despite prior record.

January 2016: Indecent Exposure case in Arlington resulted in sentence of probation with no active jail time.

January 2016: Grand Larceny and Larceny with Intent to Sell charges in Fairfax County dismissed at preliminary hearing.

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