||People v. L.G. (Yolo County)
||Felony vehicular manslaughter and two felony DUIs with injury (3 victims)
||Four + years in prison
||Case dismissed at preliminary hearing due to showing of insufficient evidence, improper blood testing
||People v. L.H. (Sac. County)
||Felony Domestic Violence
||After preliminary hearing and taking over for prior counsel, convinced DA proof was lacking and case dismissed.
||People v. F.G. (Sac. County)
||Felony receiving stolen property.
||Local jail time or prison.
||After multiple court appearances and defense investigation, case dismissed.
||USA v. J.M. (Sac. Fed Court)
||Conspiracy to Distribute 100+ grams of heroin with prior drug conviction
||Case dismissed. 8 months after charges filed, the defense found a flaw in the wiretap warrant. This compelled a dismissal without filing a motion to suppress.
||People v. C.T. (Placer County)
||Felony Possession of Large Knife on School Grounds.
||Reduced to misdemeanor, community service/alternative sentencing, no jail time.
||USA v. E.R.(Sac. Fed Court)
||False Claims Against the United States
||At least two years prison
||Probation, no jail time.
||People v. Richard F. (Sacramento County)
||DUI with .15% BAC
||Standard DUI penalties and license suspension
||DUI dismissed with helmandollar waiver; no license suspension; pled to lesser charge of drunk in public for deferred entry of judgment (6 hour class)
||People v. R. R. (Sac. County)
||Battery with priors
||Up to 1 year in jail
||Case dismissed. After 18 months of defense investigation and collecting favorable witness statements, the DA dismissed on the day trial was set to begin.
||USA v. Justin N. (Sacramento Fed Court)
||Conspiracy to Distribute MDMA (Ecstasy) and Marijuana
||Up to 20 years in prison
||No jail time; 3 years supervised release
||People v. Arthur B. (Sac County)
||PC 187, Murder
||25 to Life
||3 years; resolved for lesser charge of voluntary manslaughter