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2017 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Disclaimer:  Past results are posted here for historical reference only.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.

March 2017:  Client originally accused of Rape and Sodomy in case arrising from sexual acts performed with intoxicated minor and video-taped.  Charged with Production of Child Pornography but was able to plead guilty to Unlawful Video Taping of a Minor and avoid the Sex Offender Registry.  Judge nevertheless sentenced to three years based on the aggregious nature of the conduct to the unconsenting minor victim.

March 2017:  Domestic Assault charge in Arlington J&DR Court.  Case dismissed.

March 2017:  DUI appeal in Alexandria Circuit Court.

March 2017:  Client charged with criminal Reckless Driving (80/55) in Fairfax County Traffic Court, had charge reduced to simple speeding (65/55).

March 2017:  Defendant charged in Fairfax with Felony Grand Larceny for shoplifting at Nordstrom's in Fair Oaks Mall.  Charge was reduced to misdemeanor Petit Larceny with no active jail time.

March 2017:  Defendant and his brother charged with Possession of Marijuana in Federal Court.  At defendant's request, he was able to take responsibility for the charge in exchange for the government dropping the case against his brother (who was already on probation in state court).

February 2017:  Bond motion in Arlington for middle school teacher charged with sexual battery against two of his students.  Bond granted in the Juvenile Court but prosecution appealed and Circuit Court judge denied bond.

February 2017:  Father charged with Petit Larceny and Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor for shoplifting with his two children present.  Contributing charge was dropped and Shoplifting case to be dismissed after 50 hours of community service.

Febuary 2017:  Father in the midst of custody battle charged with Assault and Battery of his son.  Found not guilty after trial in juvenile and domestic relations court.

February 2017:  Client charged with DUI and Refusal in Fairfax County General District Court.  Rejected plea offers and took the case to trial.  The judge convicted him of Refusal but dismissed the DUI.

February 2017:  Defendant in Federal Court in the Eastern District of Virginia sentenced to straight probation for the crime of Making False Statements on immigration applications.

January 2017:  Client charged with DUI and Refusal after Fairax County Police found him passed out behind the wheel at a traffic light.  Had prior DUI several years before.  Proscution agreed to dismiss the DUI charge in exchange for a plea to the Refusal.

January 2017:  Client charged with Possession of Marijuan in the Town of Vienna Court.  Case was dismissed by nolle prosequi pursuant to agreement with the prosecutor.

January 2017:  Sentencing in Loudoun County Circuit Court on Felony Shoplifting case.  Client had 6 prior larceny charges, but attorney was able to present mitigation evidence of client's significant mental health issues.  Judge gave straight probation with no active jail time.

January 2017:  Sentencing in Fairfax County Circuit Court on Distribution of Marijuana charge.  Sentencing Guidelines recommended three to six months of incarceration, but judge gave client two weeks and a short period of probation.

January 2017: Client caught Driving on a Suspended License in Arlington after several prior convictions, was able to avoid an active jail sentence.

January 2017:  Defendant with lengthy record sentenced for Distribution of Schedule I or II Drug in Fairfax County Circuit.  Guidelines called for significant period of probation.  Attorney's mitigation argument convinced judge to give minimal jail time and a chance on probation.

January 2017:  Client charged with Fraudulent Registration and Possession of Marijuana in Arlington County. Fraud charge was dropped and defendant received deferred finding (.251 disposition) on marijuana charge.

January 2017:  Defendant charged with Assault and Battery in Prince William Juvenile Court.  Accusation involved allegation of excessive force by a teacher in a martial arts studio.  Found not guilty at trial.

January 2017:  Client charged with sexual battery for groping a waitress at Hooters in Fairfax City.  Attorney negotiated case dismissal pursuant to an Accord and Satisfaction.