Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s Senior attorney, of counsel, Cherie R. Wallace was able to get a restraining order dismissed involving potential medical licensing issues in San Francisco County.
Attorney Clint C. Christofferson was able to get a client’s felony reduced to a misdemeanor in San Mateo County by way of California Penal Code Section 17(b) for a client who had a history of probation violations including a charge for unlawful possession of ammunition while on probation.
Recently, a client’s conviction was successfully challenged resulting in a 10-year reduction in his sentence out of the United States District Court, Northern District of California by firm owner and senior attorney David J. Cohen.
A Vehicular manslaughter case was dismissed in its entirety on the eve of trial resulting from the unrelenting efforts and trial preparation of senior associate, of counsel, Cherie R. Wallace, and associate attorney Clint C. Christoffersen.
Associate attorney Clint C. Christoffersen successfully represented a client in San Francisco County and was able to negotiate the dismissal of two cases upon the completion of a primary caregiver diversion program, in addition to having the client’s conviction set aside in a third case.
Associate attorney Clint C. Christoffersen obtains dismissal of one charge and no custody time in Alameda County felony embezzlement case!
Firm owner David J. Cohen, Esq. successfully negotiated against and prevented, the seizure of the client’s business, and the dismissal of all charges completely avoided any immigration consequences for client charged with aiding and abetting, and whose business faced seizure by the government.
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC firm owner David J. Cohen successfully defended client in a federal immigration matter where the client received no jail time or probation!