The defendant was stopped while driving for having a license tag where the registration date was obscured. The officer ran his driver license information, and defendant was charged with felony level driving with a suspended license.

  • Case: STATE V. K.P.
  • Charges: The defendant was stopped while driving for having a license tag where the registration date was obscured. The officer ran his driver license information, and defendant was charged with felony level driving with a suspended license.
  • Summary: Prior to trial, the defense successfully suppressed all evidence of the suspended license due to an illegal stop. The state was forced to dismiss the case.

 


The defendant collided with a shopping center column while driving and was injured. He managed to walk to his nearby home to call 911. The defendant was charged with leaving the scene of an accident with property damage.

  • Case: STATE V. J.W.
  • Charges: The defendant collided with a shopping center column while driving and was injured. He managed to walk to his nearby home to call 911. The defendant was charged with leaving the scene of an accident with property damage.
  • Summary: The defense argued to the state that the defendant has to leave the scene due to his medical emergency. The state dismissed all charges.

 


Law enforcement pulled the defendant over for failing to stop his vehicle before a stop bar at an intersection. The defendant gave permission to search his car and his person. A baggie of marijuana was found. The defendant was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

  • Case: STATE V. T.M.
  • Charges: Law enforcement pulled the defendant over for failing to stop his vehicle before a stop bar at an intersection. The defendant gave permission to search his car and his person. A baggie of marijuana was found. The defendant was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
  • Summary: The defendant received no conviction, no probation, no jail, and no two year driver’s license suspension for a drug conviction.

 


The defendant was charged with cultivating marijuana in a grow house. The house was under surveillance, and a search warrant revealed evidence creating a solid case for the state. The defendant faced up to five years in prison and an adjudication of guilt.

  • Case: STATE V. O.R.
  • Charges: The defendant was charged with cultivating marijuana in a grow house. The house was under surveillance, and a search warrant revealed evidence creating a solid case for the state. The defendant faced up to five years in prison and an adjudication of guilt.
  • Summary: Due to effective representation by the defense, the case was resolved without the defendant serving any prison or jail time and without an adjudication of guilt on his record.

 


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The defendant was charged with felony level stalking and multiple violations of domestic injunction. The defendant faced mandatory prison time.

  • Case: STATE V. H.C.
  • Charges: The defendant was charged with felony level stalking and multiple violations of domestic injunction. The defendant faced mandatory prison time.
  • Summary: After extensive pre-trial investigation of case and persistent negotiations, the State dismissed the felony charge, and defendant received no prison or jail time.

 


The defendant was charged with felony level grand theft and faced up to five years prison time.

  • Case: STATE V. L.P.
  • Charges: The defendant was charged with felony level grand theft and faced up to five years prison time.
  • Summary: After successful negotiation with the prosecutor, the defendant was referred to a diversion of prosecution program, upon completion of which the charges will be dropped.

 


The defendant was charged with prostitution pursuant to surveillance and an undercover sting by law enforcement. The defendant faced jail time.

  • Case: STATE V. X. L.
  • Charges: The defendant was charged with prostitution pursuant to surveillance and an undercover sting by law enforcement. The defendant faced jail time.
  • Summary: The defense negotiated a plea deal where the defendant was not found guilty of the charge with no jail time, and the court terminated her probation after less than two months of serving probation upon a successful motion by the defense.

 


The defendant was charged with Petit Theft and faced up to one year in jail.

  • Case: STATE V. C. L.
  • Charges: The defendant was charged with Petit Theft and faced up to one year in jail.
  • Summary: After The Rivas Law Firm’s successful advocacy, the prosecutor completely dropped all charges against the defendant and no further action was taken by the State against her.

 


The defendant was charged with Driving Under the Influence. The Division of Motor Vehicles suspended his driver’s license for one year for refusing to take the breath test.

  • Case: STATE V. D. J.
  • Charges: The defendant was charged with Driving Under the Influence. The Division of Motor Vehicles suspended his driver’s license for one year for refusing to take the breath test.
  • Summary: The Rivas Law Firm contested the breath test refusal with the Division of Motor Vehicles in a hearing. The law firm won the hearing, and the administrative suspension of the license was lifted.

 


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The Defendant was charged with misdemeanor Driving with Suspended License.

  • Case: STATE V. D. P.
  • Charges: The Defendant was charged with misdemeanor Driving with Suspended License.
  • Result: Charge to lesser charge.

 


The Defendant was charged with felony Possession of Cocaine.

  • Case: STATE V. D.P.
  • Charges: The Defendant was charged with felony Possession of Cocaine.
  • Result: Case dismissed.

 


The Defendant was charged with Obstruction with Violence.

  • Case: STATE V. I.R-C.
  • Charges: The Defendant was charged with Obstruction with Violence.
  • Result: Case dismissed.

 


The Defendant was charged with Obstruction with Violence.

  • Case: STATE V. I.R-C.
  • Charges: The Defendant was charged with Obstruction with Violence.
  • Result: Case dismissed.

 


The Defendant was charged with misdemeanor Battery.

  • Case: STATE V. D.O.
  • Charges: The Defendant was charged with misdemeanor Battery.
  • Result: Case dismissed.

 


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The Defendant was charged with misdemeanor Petit Theft.

  • Case: STATE V. D.M. Charges: The Defendant was charged with misdemeanor Petit Theft.
  • Result: Case Client referred to diversion program so that case can be dismissed.

 


The Defendant was charged with misdemeanor Expired Vehicle Registration.

  • Case: STATE V. S.L.
  • Charges: The Defendant was charged with misdemeanor Expired Vehicle Registration.
  • Result: Case dismissed.

 


The Defendant was charged with felony Carrying Concealed Firearm.

  • Case: STATE V. F.C.
  • Charges: The Defendant was charged with felony Carrying Concealed Firearm.
  • Result: Client referred to diversion program so that case can be dismissed.

 


The Defendant was charged with Careless Driving.

  • Case: STATE V. R.B.
  • Charges: The Defendant was charged with Careless Driving.
  • Result: Case dismissed.

 


The Defendant was charged with Driving Under the Influence.

  • Case: STATE V. R. B.
  • Charges: The Defendant was charged with Driving Under the Influence.
  • Result: Charge reduced to Reckless Driving.

 


The Defendant was charged with misdemeanor Possession of Sea Bass (under the legal weight) and Finning Sharks.

  • Case: STATE V. A.B.
  • Charges: The Defendant was charged with misdemeanor Possession of Sea Bass (under the legal weight) and Finning Sharks.
  • Result: Case dismissed.

 

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