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People v. R.W. – Our client faced a DUI with aggravating factors including that they caused another car to be flipped, and they knocked down a tree. There were multiple witnesses to the incident. The cost to our client would have be significant; they were a college student and an immigrant. After prolonged negotiation, LACL obtained a plea deal where our client accept a wet reckless and received 3 years of probation without anything else. Our client avoided sanctions from school and potential issues with his legal status.

People v. R.C. - Persuaded District Attorney to offer plea deal in which our client pled guilty to a DUI with no custody, SCRAM, or special designations. All the client had to do was finish a 3 month class and panel with MADD. After guilty plea, had an arrest for a bar brawl dismissed; probation was never revoked. It was if the second incident never occurred.

People v. L.W. – Minor immigrant faced underage DUI. Losing the case would have significant consequences to his life. LACL convinced the DA to dismiss the case against our client.

People v. E.S. – Our client was facing charges for violating his probation. The basis for this alleged violation was a two-month old warrant. LACL negotiated with the DA and received a result where the warrant was treated as though it never existed; no violation.

People v. B.R. - Our client faced a second DUI in addition to violation of terms of probation for the first DUI. The basis or this alleged violation was a year-old warrant. Convinced the DA to treat the warrant as if it had never existed; no violation.

People v. S.T. - Our client face aggravated DUI charges on the basis of an extremely high BAC, LACL persuaded the DA to offer our client probation without classes, and nothing else

People v. V.C. - Our client was arrested because the arresting officer suspected he was driving under the influence for a second time, and was driving over 105 miles per hour. The Prosecutor demanded 180 days in jail. LACL obtained electric monitoring for 135 days with no jail time.

People v. J.P. - Our client allegedly violated the terms of house arrest 6 times, which they were placed on for 120 days. LACL was able to convince the judge to treat the violations as if they had never occurred; no additional consequences.

People v. A.L. Our client was arrested by harbor patrol on the basis that proper lights were not present. LACL got the case dismissed, and the judge described the case against our client “preposterous.”

People v. R.K. Our client faced a DUI based on a questionable police stop. The arresting officer claimed he had reasonable suspicion to initiate a stop because our client’s light was out. LACL introduced an expert who claimed that the lights were always operational, and could not be disabled. The case was dismissed.

People v. J.W. Our client faced a DUI based on a questionable stop. A park ranger pulled our client over because the lights on his “four-wheeler” were too bright. Our client subsequently blew a BAC of 0.18% and was arrested. LACL argued that there was no reasonable suspicion to initiate the stop, and the case was dismissed.

People v. D.T. Our client faced charges of a DUI hit and run. LACL convinced the judge that there was not enough evidence to maintain a conviction, and the case was dismissed.

People v. R.P. Our client faced a DUI for drinking in his driveway. LACL convinced the D.A. to dismiss the case against our client. Our client’s license was subsequently reinstated.

People v. V.B Our client faced charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and prescription drugs. At the DMV hearing, the DMV wanted our client’s license banned for life. LACL managed to have our client’s license reinstated.

People v. B.G Our client faced charges of DUI with aggravating factors of property damage. LACL obtained a punishment of 20 days community service performing highway work; this was then modified to 160 hours of volunteer services at a location of our client’s choosing.

People v. C.S. Our client faced charges of a DUI with aggravating factors of bodily injury, and an exceptionally high BAC. LACL got the charges reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor. Our client did not serve any jail time.

People v. D.T. Our client faced charges of a 7th lifetime DUI in addition to having served time for a felony. LACL convinced the DA to offer probation.

People v. B.R. Our client was faced charges of a DUI with aggravating factors of serious bodily injury and two counts of child endangerment and a BAC of 0.15%. The DA demanded 3 years in prison; LACL obtained 180 days of electronic monitoring.

People v. J.H. - Our client faced charges of driving without a license and a DUI with no priors. LACL convinced the DA to agree to our client paying fines and attending DUI classes.

People v. J.L. - Our client faced charges of a DUI involving property damage and a 0.11% BAC. LACL convinced the DA to agree to 3 years of probation with nothing else.

People v. B.P. - Our client faced charges of a DUI with a 0.21% BAC. LACL convinced the DA to offer a wet reckless.

People v. A.B. - Our client faced charges of driving under the influence with a 0.21% BAC and property damage. LACL convinced the D.A. to agree to probation with no other penalties.

People v. E.W - Our client faced charges of driving under the influence with a 0.16% BAC and an accident where our client supposedly rolled their vehicle. LACL convinced the DA to agree to a First DUI with no other consequences.

People v. A.J.J. - Our client faced charges of a third DUI driving with a 0.18% BAC. LACL convinced the D.A to agree that our client would not serve time, and dismissed the remaining charges.

People v. J.A. - Our client faced charges of a second DUI. The Prosecutor demanded custody as a requirement for parole. LACL convinced the judge to charge the offense as a first DUI, without serving time.

People v. T.L. - Our client was faced misdemeanor DUI charges in addition to child endangerment. LACL obtained a “wet reckless” with no jail time.

People v. R.G. - Our client faced a felony DUI with $100,000 bail. LACL negotiated the charge down to a misdemeanor, and credit for 5 days in custody without additional jail time.

People v. R. C. - Our client faced charges of a DUI and resisting arrest. LACL negotiated the charge down to a simple DUI.

People v. B. P. - Our client faced charges of driving under the influence with 0.10% BAC. LACL negotiated the charge to include zero time in custody, no PWS, and no IID.

People v. T. J. - Our client faced charges of a second driving under the influence offense with an excessively high BAC. LACL obtained a plea that was “non-priorable, and involved zero custody and no IID.

People v. L. W. -Our client faced charged of a DUI. LACL obtained a plea where client agreed to seek treatment in exchange for a dismissal of the charges.

People v. R. W. - Our client faced charges of a DUI with property damage. LACL negotiated the case down to a wet reckless with no time in jail.

People v. K.C - Our client faced two felony DUI charges. LACL negotiated with the D.A. to charge the case as a misdemeanor in and probation without custody.

People v. M. R. - Our client faced charges of driving under the influence with a suspended license. LACL got the case dismissed as a result of a violation of the Speedy trial clause.

People v. A.Z. - Our client faced a first offense DUI with a 0.179% BAC. In addition, our client was involved in multiple vehicle accident while under the influence. LACL negotiated the punishment to a fine without anything else.

People v. V.T. - Our client faced a felony first DUI involving bodily injury. The Victim claimed they were injured severely. LACL utilized a private investigator to debunk that claim. The case is currently subject to a condition rejection from the D.A.

People v. J.H. - Our client, a Chinese student, faced charges of a DUI involving bodily injury and property damage. LACL negotiated a penalty that did not involve custody or anything else. Our client simply had to complete 40 hours of DUI class while in China.

People v. T.J. - Our client faced charges of a second DUI, both of which involved excessive BACs. LACL negotiated with the D.A. to dismiss the charges of a second offense in exchange for our client pleading to a first offense DUI. No custody or anything else.

People v. D.W. - Our client was from out of state, and faced charges of driving under the influence without a valid license. LACL dismissed all cases accept the DUI, and obtained a punishment where our client served no jail time and remained eligible for an out of state restricted license.

People v. L.W. - Our client was a minor, who faced punishment because of the California Zero Tolerance Law. LACL obtained acceptance into a diversion plan. Provided our client completes he program, there will be no conviction.

People v. R.G. - Our client faced charges of a DUI involving injury. Prosecutor requested 30 days custody. LACL managed to have our client released that day without any other consequences.

People v. B.P. - Our client faced charges of driving under the influence with 0.10% BAC and multiple passengers. LACL negotiated the charge to a point where there was no custody required.

People v. R.W. - Our client faced charges of a DUI with well over 0.16% BAC. LACL negotiated a result which did not include military consequences, or an IID, which the Prosecutor initially requested.

People v. J.P. - Our client faced a fourth offense DUI, based on a conviction from another state. LACL successfully argued that the out-of-state priors were improper to consider. Client was charged with 2nd offense DUI and sentenced to 60 days of SCRAM.

 

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