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.
The Supreme Court banned non-unanimous jury verdicts for criminal cases in a recent Supreme Court decision. California already requires unanimous jury verdicts in criminal cases, so the decision applies to the remaining two states that allow non-unanimous jury verdicts. Call Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC for a free consultation at 415-390-3900 24/7.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, bail will be waived in California Courts temporarily for those arrested and charged with low-level offenses. Call Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC for a free consultation at 415-390-3900 24/7.
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC still meeting the needs of clients and people faced with criminal charges during the Coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Firm owner David J. Cohen will be presenting oral argument before the 6th Circuit Court of Appeal in a multi co-defendant murder case with special gang enhancements.