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Misdemeanor for Selling Alcohol to a Minor Dismissed
People v Davinder Pal Singh, Case No. 14CR-00899: Client was charged with misdemeanor for selling alcohol to a minor in 2014 and did not appear in court. Our office filed a motion requesting the prosecution be dismissed based on violation of Mr. Singh's constitutional right to a speedy trial. The Court granted the motion and case was dismissed on October 12, 2018.
Obtained Sole Legal Custody
Our office was able to get her sole legal and physical custody of her children along with a substantial amount of child support.
Felony Hit & Run Dismissed
Juvenille Felony Hit and Run (Felony VC 20001 with injury) , case was dismissed and record sealed
PC 422 Dismissed & Sealed
Misdemeanor Criminal Threats 422- case was dismissed and record sealed.
Client charged with 2 misdemeanour driving
Client charged with 2 misdemeanour driving on suspended driver's license and exhibition of speed. 7/10/18- Case dismissed at trial.
Client charged with felony marijuana cultivation
Client charged with felony marijuana cultivation. Case reduced to a misdemeanour and was dismissed at trial. 3.2018
Client charged with misdemeanour battery
Client charged with misdemeanour battery, case was reduced to PC 415 infraction. No probation, no record and minimal fine. .6.2018
Client charged with misdemeanor 148 obstructing an officer duty
Client charged with misdemeanor 148 obstructing an officer duty. Case was dismissed after client completed community service. 5.2018
Client charged with misdmeanor domestic violence
Client charged with misdmeanor domestic violence. Case was dimissed after client completed 16 week anger management program. 7/2/18
Dismissed at trial
PC 211, PC 182, PC 242- Dismissed at trial, Client found factually innocent, case dismissed and sealed. - MAY 22, 2018 We recently represented a juvenille who was charged with Felony Robbery, Felony Conspiracy, and misdemeanor battery. At trial, the case was dismissed and we made a motion to find the client factually innocent. The Judge granted the motion and ordered the case sealed.
Client was a commercial driver
Client was a commercial driver who was deemed by DMV to be a negligent operator and they intended to suspend his driving privilege for a period of 6 months. After an adminstrative hearing, our office was able to have the matter set aside.
Client was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence
Client was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence causing traumatic injury against his spouse. After negoiations and proof of 16 week anger management program completion the case was dismissed.
Charged by the district attorney’s office with battery against his spouse
A recent client was charged by the district attorney’s office with battery against his spouse. Our client faced significant employment implications from the charge because it included domestic violence terms. Mr. Srai was able to negotiate with the district attorney to reduce to “fighting in public,” a charge that did not include any domestic violence terms and included no jail time.
Support to his ex-wife in a short term marriage
Mr. Srai represented a client who was paying spousal support to his ex-wife in a short term marriage. Mr. Srai was able to convince the court to terminate spousal support under the facts because of the short term marriage and the fact the ex-wife was cohabitating with her new fiancé.
Pay an unreasonable amount of spousal support to her spouse
Our attorney recently represented a client in a divorce proceeding who was ordered by the court to pay an unreasonable amount of spousal support to her spouse. Through effective advocacy and oral argument, Mr. Srai was able to convince the judge to reduce the support by a substantial amount.
Charged in a criminal case involving a group of individuals in a gang drive by shooting
Mr. Srai represented a client who was charged in a criminal case involving a group of individuals in a gang drive by shooting. The client was facing a prison sentence; however, Mr. Srai made sure his client received credit for time served while he plead to a lesser charge.
Charged with Driving under the Influence of Alcohol
Mr. Srai represented a client that was charged with Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, driving while license suspended, driving with a high blood alcohol level, and resisting arrest. Our attorney was able successfully resolve the case where our client only did 2 days of alternative work project, and the DA dismissed the charges of driving with a high blood alcohol and resisting arrest. Mr. Srai represented a client that was charged with child endangerment as a misdemeanor. Our attorney was able to get the case dismissed as long as the client obeyed all laws for 6 months.
Charged with a violation of penal code section 594(a)
A recent client was charged with a violation of penal code section 594(a), vandalism. This offense was a misdemeanor that also had the possibility of jail time. Our attorney was able to get the case successfully dismissed after the client completed 6 months of community service.
Charged with being a minor in possession of marijuana
Our office represented a client who was charged with being a minor in possession of marijuana. Our attorney was able to get the case dismissed after the client obeyed all laws for 6 months and provide proof of 24 hours of community service.
charged with Driving under the Influence of Alcohol/Drugs
Mr. Srai represented a client who was under 21 years old and charged with Driving under the Influence of Alcohol/Drugs. Driving Under the Influence is a misdemeanor and has a mandatory license suspension and jail time. Further, under the zero tolerance policy those under the age of twenty–one will have their license suspended for one year. Mr. Srai was able to get the charge reduced to a “dry reckless” which involved no jail time, no license suspension, and no mandatory alcohol classes.
Charged with violating California Vehicle Code 14601.2
A recent client was charged with violating California Vehicle Code 14601.2, driving on suspended driver’s license while the license was previously suspended for drunk driving. A violation of VC 14601.2 is a misdemeanor and has a mandatory 10 day jail sentence. Our office was able to get the offense reduce to driving without a license, VC 12500 as an infraction. The client faced no jail time, no points on license, and was not required to install an interlock device in his car.
Charged with possession of dangerous drugs without a prescription
Our attorney represented a client who was charged with possession of dangerous drugs without a prescription. Mr. Srai got the case dismissed as long as the client obeyed all laws for 6 months and did not commit a similar offense.
Charged with possession of drug paraphernalia
Our office represented a client who was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana while driving, and displaying false automobile license tags. Mr. Srai was able to resolve the case by having the client plea only to displaying false license tags and the other remaining drug charges were dismissed.
charged with a misdemeanor violation of Penal Code Section 594(A)
Mr. Srai represented a client who was charged with a misdemeanor violation of Penal Code Section 594(A), Vandalism. Mr. Srai was able to get the case dismissed against his client.
Charged with violating Penal Code Section 242
A recent client was charged with violating Penal Code Section 242, Battery as a misdemeanor. Our office was able to convince the District Attorney’s Office to dismiss the charge against our client.
Charged with a violation of Penal Code Section 484
A recent client was charged with a violation of Penal Code Section 484, Petty Theft. This charge carried possible immigration ramifications against our client. Our office was able to convince the District Attorney’s Office to reduce the charge to an Infraction which carried significantly lower penalties and minimal immigration consequences.
Charged with violating Penal Code Section 148
A recent client was charged with violating Penal Code Section 148, Resisting Arrest. This offense was charged as a misdemeanor and carried up to one year in jail. Our office was able to provide information to the DA that indicated that our client was not guilty of the charge. The District Attorney’s Office dismissed the charges against our client.
Charged with violating Penal Code Section 273.5(A)
A Client was charged with violating Penal Code Section 273.5(A); Child Endangerment as a misdemeanor. After conducting a thorough investigation, our office determined that the charges were unfounded. The DA dismissed the case after being provided with the information.
Charged with violating Penal Code Section 243(e)
A recent client was charged with violating Penal Code Section 243(e), misdemeanor Domestic Battery. This charge carried a possible jail sentence up to a year in jail, a 52 week domestic violence class, and substantial fines. The District Attorney’s Office dismissed the case after our attorney informed them of several weaknesses in their case. Our office represented a client who was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs (23152(a)/23152(b); the client was also charged with being under the influence of narcotics, violation of health and safety code 11550. After lengthy negotiations, the DA amended the charge to a dry reckless which carried no jail time, no license suspension, and was not considered a DUI for enhancement purposes.
Charged with a violation of Penal Code Section 422
Our office represented a client who was charged with a violation of Penal Code Section 422, making criminal threats as a misdemeanor and a violation of Penal Code Section 417(a) (1) exhibiting a deadly weapon other than a firearm also a misdemeanor. After investigating the case, our office was able to provide information to the District Attorney’s Office that lead to a dismissal of all charges against our client.
Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs
A recent client was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs with a prior DUI (23152(A)/23152(B)) with 23540. After lengthy negotiations with the District Attorney, the charges were reduced to a wet reckless which carried no jail time, no license suspension, and a significantly lower fine.
Our Client was being investigated
Our Client was being investigated and was facing felony charges of assault with deadly weapon penal code violation 245(a). A felony charge of assault with deadly weapon carries severe penalties which include prison time and substantial fines. After speaking with the investigating agency our office was able to convince the agency not to forward the charges to the district attorney. Charges were never filed.A recent Client was charged with petty theft as a misdemeanor. Our office was able to obtain a plea and abeyance for the client which entitled the client to a dismissal of the case after the completion of community service. Our Client was charged with violation of 422 of the penal code, criminal threats as a misdemeanor. Client faced up to one year in county jail. After negotiating with the district attorney, Mr. Srai obtained a favorable outcome for our client. The District Attorney dismissed the case against our client after the client completed 12 Alcoholic Anonymous classes. Our Client was charged with a petty theft as a misdemeanor. Mr. Srai was able to convince the District Attorney to reduce the charge to an infraction thereby limiting the penalties for our client.