Attorney Clint C. Christoffersen was able to obtain a great result for a client charged in Contra Costa County with misdemeanor firearms charges who faced a potential sentence of county jail as well as revocation of their professional license. Mr. Christoffersen was able to avoid firearms charges by getting them changed to trespassing charges, and assist the client in avoiding the loss of their professional license.
Attorney Alexander P. Guilmartin obtained a favorable result in a felony fraud case out of San Mateo County resulting in misdemeanor charges with court probation and 4 days of SWAP where the client originally faced felony charges and a potential prison sentence of five years.
Firm owner David J. Cohen received a favorable result out of Alameda County resulting in a 10 1/2 month sentence for 4 felony cases, including a 1st degree murder charge which carried a potential sentence of 25 years to life imprisonment.
Senior associate Cherie R. Wallace obtained a suspended sentence where client served less than a year in county jail in Contra Costa County in a matter consisting of multiple felony counts of conspiracy to commit murder and criminal threats.
Attorney Clint C. Christoffersen received a DISMISSAL in a civil lawsuit out of Santa Clara County where our client was part of a multi-defendant matter with multiple causes of action, including sexual abuse of a minor, negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Attorney Clint C. Christoffersen received a complete DISMISSAL out of Alameda County for a misdemeanor for a solicitation of prostitution matter where the client faced a potential sentence of one year in custody.
Senior attorney and firm owner David J. Cohen received a FULL DIMISSAL in a home care fraud matter out of Contra Costa County. Charges included Grand Theft, Unemployment Fraud and Worker’s Compensation Fraud where the client faced a potential lengthy state prison term.
Senior associate Cherie R. Wallace handled a San Mateo County multiple count Domestic Violence and Child Endangerment case which resulted in a misdemeanor Disturbing the Peace charge, no jail time, 18 months informal probation including negotiating a joint custody agreement.
Of Counsel attorney Brian J. Gregory was able to get 7 out of 9 counts DISMISSED and credit for time served on a probation violation in Santa Clara County.