Case Dismissed in San Mateo County Hit and Run!

San Mateo County

Associate attorney Alexander P. Guilmartin recently had a case dismissed in San Mateo County for a client facing hit and run charges. Our client, if charged, faced a potential sentence of six months in custody plus fines for the misdemeanor vehicle code violation. Mr. Guilmartin was successful in obtaining a Deferred Entry of Judgement for our client after their completion of a program resulting in the charges being completely DISMISSED!

Alexander P. Guilmartin, Esq. and the team of criminal defense attorneys at Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC are well-versed and frequently successful in negotiating Deferred Entry of Judgement of Diversion programs for eligible clients. Deferred Entry of Judgement and Diversion programs allow those eligible to suspend their criminal proceedings to complete an educational, rehabilitation, or treatment program. If the program is completed successfully, the case can be dismissed in its entirety. If the program is not completed successfully, criminal proceedings will resume.

If you or someone you know would like to speak with an attorney experienced with obtaining Diversion and Deferred Entry of Judgement programs, the criminal defense attorneys at Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC offers free initial consultations as well as reasonable fees and financing options to help you get the best outcome possible. Our attorneys are available to discuss your specific situation 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We also have three Bay Area office locations located in San Francisco, Dublin, and Redwood City, California to meet your needs.

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Alexander P. Guilmartin, Esq. gets case dismissed for San Mateo County hit and run!