A client faced trial in Alameda County for a special-circumstances murder case that ultimately resulted in probation instead of prison pursuant to a plea agreement negotiated by Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s Alex P. Guilmartin.
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s Clint C. Christoffersen, Esq. successfully argued multiple issues at the Preliminary Hearing that ultimately lead to an immigration-friendly, NON-290 registration, NO STRIKE plea to a felony assault charge, and lewd conduct in public charge.
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s associate attorney Kate O. Bredenberg successfully defended a Domestic Violence Restraining Order out of San Francisco County resulting in NO RESTRAINING ORDER for our client.
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s Alexander P. Guilmartin, Esq. obtained an incredible result for a client facing federal charges out of the United States District Court, Northern District of California for conspiracy to destroy records in connection with the high-profile Boogaloo murder case.
An Alameda County felony firearms matter ended with a great deal thanks to the hard work of Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s associate attorney Clint C. Christoffersen!
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s associate attorney Clint C. Christoffersen, Esq. successfully had warrants recalled out of Alameda County and Contra Costa 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.
Bay Area Criminal Lawyers, PC’s Alexander P. Guilmartin recently had a case dismissed in San Mateo County for a client facing hit and run charges.
Associate attorney Clint C. Christoffersen was able to successfully obtain a finding of factual innocence in Alameda County