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    Know and Protect Your Rights in a Criminal Defense Matter




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      Know and Protect Your Rights in a Criminal Defense Matter







          3 Misdemeanor Charges Related to Child Molestation and Contempt

          Client was facing 3 misdemeanor charges, including 2 counts of PC 647.3(a)(1) – Child Molestation and one count of PC 166(a)(4) – Contempt. Client was accused of making inappropriate advance against a minor and violating a pending restraining order. Client was facing several years in county jail and mandatory sex offender registration. Our team was able to secure a resolution that not only dismissed the sex offenses and the contempt action but resulted in a no contest plea to a petty misdemeanor offense of PC 653m(a), annoying telephone calls. The client did serve jail time and was not required to register as a sex offender.

          Multiple Felony Forcible Lewd Conduct Acts Upon a Child – PC 288 (b)(1)

          Client was facing 2 felony charges for forcible lewd conduct with a child with attached special allegations requiring mandatory consecutive prison terms. A conviction would have led to substantial prison time and the requirement to register as a sex offender. We were able to not only defeat allegations at preliminary hearing but post-prelim we were able to secure a plea agreement for the client to a PC 243(d) a wobbler offense that required no prison or jail time and no sex offender registration.

          Felony Sexual Battery & Restraining Order

          Client was accused of felony sexual battery and was served with a summons for a Restraining Order by the client’s ex-partner. The Restraining Order was ultimately dismissed after our team filed a forceful response countering the Petitioner’s accusations. The criminal charges were ultimately rejected and the client no longer had to face the threat of criminal prosecution or the requirement to register as a sex offender.

          23 Felony Counts Ranging from Sodomy, Oral Copulation, Rape, and Domestic Violence

          Client was arrested and arraigned on 23 felony charges ranging from various allegations of forcible rape, sodomy, oral copulation, and domestic violence (corporal injury) after an intimate partner claimed that ongoing consensual intercourse was not consensual. Our attorneys successfully defeated all 23 charged allegations and resolved the matter as a PC 32 (accessory after the fact) that secured the client’s immediate release from custody. The client was not required to register as a sex offender, serve further jail time, and the PC 32 was reduced to a misdemeanor.

          Sexual Assault

          Outcome: Dismissed

          Client, a juvenile, was accused of sexual assault by another minor. The client and client’s family were distraught at the seriousness of these charges and how a conviction would affect the client’s future. We defended client against a Restraining Order by the parents of the alleged “victim”, which was ultimately dismissed. Thus, our client’s reputation was saved, the client’s future was unobstructed, and no expulsion from school took place.  Criminal charges were not filed and matter was certified as detention only.

          Rape and 22 Other Felony Charges

          Outcome: Client Pled Guilty to One Count of Accessory After the Fact

          Client was arrested and arraigned on 23 felony charges ranging from assault, battery, and rape after an intimate partner claimed that consensual intercourse was not consensual. The Nieves Law Firm was able to secure a dismissal of 22 of the 23 charges at a preliminary hearing, resulting in the client pleading no contest to one charge of PC 32 (Accessory After the Fact) which is not sexual or violent in nature. Client was also immediately released from custody.

          DVRO + Sexual Battery

          Outcome: Dismissed

          Client was accused of felony sexual battery and was served with a summons for a Restraining Order by client’s ex-partner. The Restraining Order was ultimately dismissed after we filed a detailed response to counter each of Petitioner’s accusations and criminal charges were rejected.

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